- Mount St. Helens' eruptions had a disproportionately large influence on our understanding of volcanoes, hazards, and eruption response.
- Unique circumstances, both locally and abroad, molded the responses to Mount St. Helens' awakening.
- The eruptions provoked change not only within volcanology, but within allied professions.
- A direct line exists between lessons learned at Mount St. Helens and current volcanic eruption planning efforts by the USGS.
Speaker: Carolyn Driedger, USGS
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