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Eruption For Months In Early 1980, Scientists, Journalists, Sightseers, And Nearby Residents Listened Anxiously To Rumblings In Mount St Helens, Part Of The Chain Of Western Volcanoes Fueled By The 700 Mile Long Cascadia Fault Still, No One Was Prepared When An Immense Eruption Took The Top Off Of The Mountain And Laid Waste To Hundreds Of Square Miles Of Verdant Forests In Southwestern Washington State The Eruption Was One Of The Largest In Human History, Deposited Ash In Eleven U.S States And Five Canadian Provinces, And Caused Than One Billion Dollars In Damage It Killed Fifty Seven People, Some As Far As Thirteen Miles Away From The Volcano S Summit.Shedding New Light On The Cataclysm, Author Steve Olson Interweaves The History And Science Behind This Event With Page Turning Accounts Of What Happened To Those Who Lived And Those Who Died.Powerful Economic And Historical Forces Influenced The Fates Of Those Around The Volcano That Sunny Sunday Morning, Including The Construction Of The Nation S Railroads, The Harvest Of A Continent S Vast Forests, And The Protection Of America S Treasured Public Lands The Eruption Of Mount St Helens Revealed How The Past Is Constantly Present In The Lives Of Us All At The Same Time, It Transformed Volcanic Science, The Study Of Environmental Resilience, And, Ultimately, Our Perceptions Of What It Will Take To Survive On An Increasingly Dangerous Planet.Rich With Vivid Personal Stories Of Lumber Tycoons, Loggers, Volcanologists, And Conservationists, Eruption Delivers A Spellbinding Narrative Built From The Testimonies Of Those Closest To The Disaster, And An Epic Tale Of Our Fraught Relationship With The Natural World. 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10 thoughts on “Eruption

  1. says:

    This book made me hate humanity It s super depressing Let me explain.The bulk of the beginning of this book was an explanation of the logging company that owned a good percentage of the land around Mount St Helens We got the WHOLE history of it, including how when the Europeans came over to America, they proceeded to strip the forests of the old growth trees almost immediately Over 2 3s of the trees that America HAD are GONE So that part made me


  2. says:

    Summary This narrative weaves together the science, history, and economic interests surrounding the eruption of Mount St Helens in 1980, and its subsequent history.I ve been a sucker for a volcano story ever since a volcano was a part of the plotline in a comic strip I followed as a kid Years later, I devoured Simon Winchester s Krakatoa Mount St Helens occurred in my lifetime, onedisaster at the end of Jimmy Carter s ill fated presidency, one mark


  3. says:

    Having lived through this even in Yakima, Wa, this was a very interesting read There is a tremendous amount of history at the beginning of the book It can be quite tedious initially and weighty to go through But, it helps you to develop a much bett...


  4. says:

    Loved this book I remember when the eruption happened, but this book has filled in the details and given me a bigger picture of events how it impacted the economy, history, environment, and people of Washington While some readers may become impatient with Olson s details of the history of the area s logging economy, the information is necessary to explain the reasons why the various people killed and injured in the eruption were there at that time, and it h


  5. says:

    Heartwrenching After a not so successful read through of Krakatoa The Day the World Exploded, this was definitely a change for the better Olson puts you right into the event, alongside many who lost their lives on the fateful day of May 18th, 1980 The most devastating fact in this tragedy is of course how preventable many of these de...


  6. says:

    a well written, often riveting account of mount st helens before, during, and after its famed 1980 reawakening, steve olson s eruption delves into the weeks of uncertainty that preceded and followed the mountain s explosion, framing the monumental event in the context of the timber industry, pacific northwest politics, the history of the forest service, and ongoing conservation efforts in addition to chronicling the blast, avalanche, flooding, and ashfall that deva


  7. says:

    Author Steve Olson set out to tell the story of most of the 57 people who died as a result of the May 18th eruption, and in doing so he incorporates a lot of history Several had a connection to logging, and Weyerhauser owned land that abutted the prohibited zones, so a history of that company starts off the book Science, economy, and the politics of 1980 also factor into this comprehensive story.The eruption and aftermath are clearly detailed, along with speculations o


  8. says:

    The author did a lot of research for this book but that research wasn t specifically on Mount St Helens itself.The book spent an inordinate amount of time and ink on the Weyerhauser logging company, which has an interesting history that does intersect with the history of southwestern Washington but that wasn t exactly the Untold Story of Mount St Helens that I was expecting from the title Even still, there was a lot to take away and next time I am in Washington, I want to


  9. says:

    I ve always found Mount St Helensthan a bit fascinating, although I ve only taken the time to read a few articles and watch a few television programs about it Overall, the gist I got was it was a relatively unexpected eruption as in the geologists knew SOMETHING was up with the volcano, but the eruption itself caught them off guard , the people who died because of the eruption had been warned away but either insisted upon staying or snuck past the road block except for Dave Jo


  10. says:

    3.5 starsThis study of the 1980 eruption of Mt St Helens is recent it was just published in 2016 It starts out strong, developing the history of the land, logging, the railroad, forestry in the US, the Weyerhaeuser family company, and Mt St Helens itself As a fairly recent transplant to the area, this was all pretty new to me, very interesting To hear that the man who owned the mountain the day it erupted had been abducted as a child two blocks from where I live now was certai 3.5


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