There are many natural disasters that affect the world, for example, volcanoes. Mount St. Helens is known to be the most active volcano in the Cascade Range in Washington; effecting the people and the state. It was first recognized as a volcano in 1835! Before the eruption on May 18,1980, Mount St. Helens was a beautiful symmetrical cone, 3,000 meters above sea level. For most of the 20th century, many people viewed this mountain and recreation area as a beautiful and peaceful place, but after the volcano erupted in 1980 that view point was shattered. The eruption removed 1,300 feet of the summit leaving a horseshoe-shaped crater and a barren wasteland. This famous mountain got it 's name from Native Americans in the Pacific Northwest, they
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Considering the extreme weathers and extreme geological location, it can be concluded that Costa Rican experienced many form of natural hazard. In addition to that, these events are interconnected. Earthquakes and volcanoes are two common events in Costa Rica. Those events leads to another natural disasters such
In the foothills of the Putney Mountains located southwest of Charleston, West Virginia, is a little city, called Howardsville with a dark history. Ernest Cassidy, an elderly man lived in the two-story-house near the foothills was familiar with the myths, legends and lies, involving the city. The townspeople suspected him of being involved, but no one knew to what extent. The mysteries of Putney Mountain began years earlier when several strange and scary events happened and upset the residents of Howardsville leading to the legends, mysteries, and lies, which are still around to this day. For several years, Mr. Cassidy went outside the home only to collect cans and bottles using an old grocery cart.
On May 18th, 1980, thirty-five years ago, Mt St. Helens erupted and changed the course of history. This towering Washington volcano is part of the Pacific Ring of Fire. During the eruption the mountain spewed hot gases, rocks and, ash into the sky causing a mud flow down the mountain 's sides. According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration," this was the deadliest and most economically destructive volcanic event in the history of the United States".
During the daytime, you get to look down at the clouds, as well as the impressive volcano Mauna Lua across the plain. Mauna Lua is the world’s largest volcano and mountain when speaking of mass. When on the summit at night, you may be able to see the glowing lava flowing from Mauna Lua.
WASHINGTON — Since President Barack Obama decided to rename Mount McKinley, why not also restore the Native American name of Mount Rainier, the iconic Washington state peak named for a British admiral who fought the Americans during the Revolutionary War? That 's what advocates in the long battle to rename Mount Rainier as Mount Tacoma or Tahoma want to know. "It 's a much more compelling argument to rename the mountain here than in Alaska," said Bill Baarsma, former mayor of the city of Tacoma and president of the Tacoma Historical Society.
The Massive Earthquake The earthquake in 1906 was one of the most tragic things that happened in history . Mainly approximately 3,000 people died in this natural disaster .Also a woman named ¨Emma Burke ¨ was one of the survivors to live to write her story . Also the is a story that tells the reader about the 1906 earthquake .The name of that book is called ¨Dragonwings ¨ The disaster was really bad for those who lost their lives and to those who were injured .
Would you like to donate materials to help us build a garden for Stone Canyon? Stone Canyon is a outdoor learning center and a summer camp. They have schools that come to Stone Canyon. They teach you about all sorts of things like nature,indians, pioneers and who used to live in Larkspur back in the old days. They would like to have a garden because a lot of people do not come there a lot so they would like to have a garden so people can buy some of the flowers and veggies, so more people come to Stone Canyon.
Have you ever been in a earthquake? Have you ever been around a volcano eruption? I 'm here to tell you about these two natural disaster. I am going to include Mount Saint Helen 1980 eruption and the 1906 San Francisco Earthquake Mount St. Helens is well-known for its exceeding eruption in 1980, the most cruel and destructive volcanic action ever in U.S.. 57 people were killed, 250 homes, 47 bridges, 15 miles of railways, 185 miles of highway were ruined A giant fragments avalanche happened by an earthquake about 5.1 on the Richter scale made a eruption that decreased the elevation of the mountain 's peak from 9,677 ft to 8,363 ft, leaving a wide horseshoe shaped pit.
Mt. Vesuvius is one of the world’s most dangerous volcanoes. Mt. Vesuvius erupted on August 24,1944. The eruption was catastrophic. There was molten and pumice at a rate of 1.5 million per second. It is estimated that about six inches of ash fell every hour.
Hiking the Appalachian Trail Every year, roughly 2,000 people attempt to thru-hike the entire 1,280 miles of the famous Appalachian Trail. Only one in four succeeds. Stretching from Georgia to Maine, the Appalachian Trail (A.T.) winds through snowy mountains and extensive farmland, attracting visitors from across the world to test their mettle. More than just a physical challenge, A.T. vets regularly preach that the trail is a test of mental endurance.
From Misfortune to Oregon From around 1811 to 1840, a 2,200-mile trail was made, going from Missouri to Oregon. This trail was made by fur trappers and traders, and would soon be called The Oregon Trail. In 1846, thousands of men, women, and children began traveling to Oregon along this road. They had high hopes of finding fertile land, where they could set up large farms.
We start in North America. North America is 9,540,198 square miles! We will fly over the Grand Canyon. The Grand Canyon is found in the U.S., in state of Arizona many people consider it to be one of the seven wonders of the natural world. The Grand Canyon is 277 miles in length.
Have you ever seen something so majestic and awe inspiring that it simply overwhelms all thought, such instances in life are rare however when you witness one they become one of the true moments of wonder in life. Such a moment happened to me when I visited the Grand Canyon, it was truly a marvel to behold stretching as far as the eye could see, and one witnessing it can’t help but feel unbearably small in our suddenly very big world. The Grand Canyon has widely been regarded as one of few natural wonders of the world, this statement however fails to fully encompass the truly overwhelming presence felt when in front of such an awe-inspiring location. It is truly a place that will make you reassess your entire place on this world, the pure