Monitoring Mount St. Helens

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Scientists watching Mount St. Helens say seismic activity at the volcano has slowed down since last week, and that the danger of an imminent eruption has passed — at least for now. We get an update on the volcano and find out how scientists are monitoring it.

Dr. John Pallister, USGS Volcano Hazards Program, Cascades Volcano Observatory



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