Mount St. Helens

St. Helens Erupted on May 18th 1980

True facts about volcanoses and Mount St. Helens

All volcanoes form in warm parts of the world. There are 6 different kinds of volcanoes like, Fissure volcanoes, shield volcanoes, Acid dome volcanoes, Ash volcanoes, cinder volcanoes, composite volcanes and caldera volcanoes. Mount St. Helens was a comosite volcanoe. As you can see at the top, it erupted on May 18th 1980. Mount St. Helens was loacated in Washington. The most Explosive/desructive kind of volcanoe is the caldera. All composite volcanoes have a medium sized base, like Mount St. Helens. Volcanoes can be found on every continent. After 1 volcanoe erupts many contries are effected. Mount St. Helens Stood 8363 feet tall

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