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Advances(?) in mitigating volcano hazards in Latin America

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M.L. Hall, 1991, Advances(?) in mitigating volcano hazards in Latin America: Earthquakes & Volcanoes (USGS), v. 22, iss. 3.

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The 1980's were incredible years for volcanology. As a consequence of the Mount St. Helens and other eruptions, major advances in our understanding of volcanic processes and eruption dynamics were made. the decade also witnessed the greatest death toll caused by volcanism since 1902. Following Mount St. Helens, awareness of volcano hazards increased throughout the world; however, in Latin America, subsequent events showed that much was still to be learned.

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M.L. Hall
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U.S Geological Survey

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