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ESS 106 Week 7 Lecture 16 Mt. Pinatubo Video on YouTube A geographical map will be given and you have to point out the locations of the  volcanoes (Mt. Vesuvius, Nevado del Ruiz) Plinian eruptions extend to about a few km Neutral buoyancy is when the particles just float around Wind Speed, Rise Velocity and Density of the Eruption Column is important! Whichever direction the wind is blowing, that is where the Umbrella Region goes Mass Flux – More stuffs erupted, higher the column goes
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Unformatted text preview: Understand how to look at Volcanic Hazard Maps 3 Major Causes of debris avalanche – Steep Slopes, Hydrothermal Alteration, Volcanic Seismicity What triggers a Lahar? InSAR measures a field of deformation, unlike the rest which are only a point of deformation Subduction happening at Juan De Fuca Plate MSH is the most active volcano thus far Lateral Blast happens sideways...
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  • Spring '09
  • Bergantz
  • Volcanoes, Juan de Fuca Plate, Nevado del Ruiz, Mt. Vesuvius, 106 Week, Volcanic Hazard Maps, InSAR

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