Extensive text and color photos including two NASA U-2 color infrared photography shots. Very informative text including concise scientific explanations, illustrations, and graphs concerning volcanic action.
Geological Survey Professional Paper no. 1250. From the title page: "Early results of studies of volcanic events in 1980, geophysical monitoring of activity, and studies of volcanic deposits, effects and potential hazards."
Contains black-and-white and color photos, maps, diagrams, and extensive text including some information on rescue work, politics, and the impact on the state. First Mount Saint Helens book to be distributed and advertised nationally, on New York Times bestseller list.
Vol. 1, issue numbers 1, 2, 3, and 5 (1980) contain several extensive historical and contemporary accounts involving Mount St. Helens. Contains articles by Harry Majors, Thomas J. Dryer and Emily Lindsley.
A guidebook for researchers from the Washington Division of Geology and Earth Resources. Contains maps, geologic history, early exploration account, road guides, and suggestions on approaches to field research in the monument area.
Hardback coffee table edition featuring high quality color photos, as well as some black-and-white historical photos from the late 19th century. Contains brief informative text and captions and a selected bibliography.
Images of Mount St. Helens
Mount St. Helens from Spirit Lake, ca. 1950
Mount St. Helens ash plume as seen from Sand Point Naval Base, July 1980