Monitoring Mount St. Helens 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.
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Monitoring Mount St. Helens

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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