Geoscience Canada

Volume 17, Number 3, September 1990

Table of contents (28 articles)

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    Special Symposium Commemorating the10th Anniversary of the Eruption of Mount St. Helens, May 18, 1980


    Before Mount St. Helens: The Eocene to Miocene Cascade Volcanic Arc in Southern Washington
    How Do "Fire" and Ice Interact on a Volcano?
    Current Perspectives on the 18 May 1980 Lateral-blast Deposit at Mount St. Helens, Washington


    The May 18, 1980, Eruption of Mount St. Helens, Washington State: A synopsis of events and review of Phase 1 from an eyewitness perspective
    Compositional Trends and Eruptive Cycles at Mount St Helens
    Record of Prehistoric Debris Avalanches on the North Flank of Mount St. Helens Volcano, Washington
    Mount St. Helens, the1980 Re-awakening and Continuing Seismic Activity
    The Rockslide -Debris Avalanche of the May 18, 1980, Eruption of Mount St. Helens — 10th Anniversary Perspectives
    A Decade of Dome Growth at Mount St. Helens, 1980-90
    Results of Seismological Monitoring in the Cascade Range, 1962-1989: Earthquakes, eruptions, avalanches and other curiosities
    Overview of the Effects and Influence of the Activity of Mount St. Helens in the 1980s
    Mount Meager Complex, Garibaldi Belt, Southwestern British Columbia
    Late Cenozoic Volcanism in the Mount Garibaldi and Garibaldi Lake Volcanic Fields, Garibaldi Volcanic Belt, Southwestern British Columbia
    Magmatic Unrest at Long Valley Caldera, California, 1980-1990
    Patterns of Volcanism in the Cascade Arc During the Past 15,000 Years
    Volcanic Hazards in the Pacific Northwest

Conference Reports / Compte rendus de réunions

    We've seen the Enemy and it is Us. The Why and How of Communicating Science: A report on the Royal Society of Canada workshops
    Fractals and Chaos
    Rapid Change in the Quaternary AMQUA/CANQUA 1990
    TL + ESR 6th International Specialist Seminar on Thermoluminescence and Electron Spin Resonance Dating

Features / Rubriques

    Active Earth: : Down the Kola Well


    COMMENT on "Serpentine seamounts of Pacific fore-arcs drilled by the Ocean Drilling Program: Dr. Hess would be pleased"

Book Reviews / Critiques

    The Field Naturalist: John Macoun, the Geological Survey and Natural Science
    Let's Call Him Barnum

Secretary's Report / Rapport du Secretaire

    Secretary's Report : May 1989-May 1990

Letters / Lettres

    Letter to the Editor

Positions Available

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