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Volcanic Architecture: Exploring the Roots of Mount St. Helens
May 4 • 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm• Included with regular admission
38 years ago, Mount St. Helens produced the largest and most destructive volcanic eruption in recorded U.S. history. Recently, an interdisciplinary team of scientists converged on the volcano to image its magmatic plumbing system. Join University of New Mexico geophysicist and GeoPRISMS Distinguished Lecturer Brandon Schmandt to learn about the project—and the forces it revealed within Mount St. Helens.
Included w/ regular museum admission; FREE for members and UO ID card holders.