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USA-PROTESTS/PORTS
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December 12, 2011
Idle Port of Portland cranes with Mount St. Helens in the background are seen after "Occupy Portland",...
Portland, UNITED STATES
Idle Port of Portland cranes with Mount St. Helens in the background are seen after "Occupy Portland",...
Idle Port of Portland cranes with Mount St. Helens in the background are seen after "Occupy Portland", to attempt to shut down west coast ports in Oregon December 12, 2011. REUTERS/Steve Dipaola (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST)
NEWZEALAND-HILLARY/
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January 22, 2008
Lady Hillary, wife of Mount Everest hero Sir Edmund Hillary, wipes away a tear while sitting next to...
Auckland, New Zealand
Lady Hillary, wife of Mount Everest hero Sir Edmund Hillary, wipes away a tear while sitting next to...
Lady Hillary, wife of Mount Everest hero Sir Edmund Hillary, wipes away a tear while sitting next to Prime Minister Helen Clark (R) in St Mary's church in Auckland, during his state funeral January 22, 2008. REUTERS/Brett Phibbs/POOL (NEW ZEALAND)
NEWZEALAND-HILLARY/
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January 22, 2008
Lady Hillary (L), the wife of Mount Everest hero Sir Edmund Hillary, stands with New Zealand's Prime...
Auckland, New Zealand
Lady Hillary, the wife of Mount Everest hero Sir Edmund Hillary, stands with Prime Minister Helen Clark...
Lady Hillary (L), the wife of Mount Everest hero Sir Edmund Hillary, stands with New Zealand's Prime Minister Helen Clark outside St Mary's church in Auckland after Sir Edmund's state funeral January 22, 2008. REUTERS/Nigel Marple (NEW ZEALAND)
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January 22, 2008
Lady Hillary (3rd R) and Prime Minister Helen Clark (R) follow the pallbearers as they carry the coffin...
Auckland, New Zealand
Lady Hillary and PM Clark follow the pallbearers as they carry the coffin containing Mount Everest hero...
Lady Hillary (3rd R) and Prime Minister Helen Clark (R) follow the pallbearers as they carry the coffin containing Mount Everest hero Sir Edmund Hillary from St Mary's church after his state funeral in Auckland January 22, 2008. REUTERS/Simon Baker (NEW ZEALAND)
NEWZEALAND-HILLARY/
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January 22, 2008
Lady Hillary (L), wife of Mount Everest hero Sir Edmund Hillary, and Prime Minister Helen Clark share...
Auckland, New Zealand
Lady Hillary and Prime Minister Helen Clark share a moment in St Mary's church
Lady Hillary (L), wife of Mount Everest hero Sir Edmund Hillary, and Prime Minister Helen Clark share a moment in St Mary's church in Auckland, during his state funeral January 22, 2008. REUTERS/Brett Phibbs/Pool (NEW ZEALAND)
NEWZEALAND-HILLARY/
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January 22, 2008
New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark (R) blows her nose while sitting next to Lady Hillary, wife of...
Auckland, New Zealand
New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark blows her nose while sitting next to Lady Hillary in Auckland
New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark (R) blows her nose while sitting next to Lady Hillary, wife of Mount Everest hero Sir Edmund Hillary, in St Mary's church in Auckland, during his state funeral January 22, 2008. REUTERS/Brett Phibbs/Pool (NEW ZEALAND)
NEWZEALAND-HILLARY/
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January 22, 2008
Lady Hillary (L), wife of Mount Everest hero Sir Edmund Hillary, and Prime Minister Helen Clark leave...
Auckland, New Zealand
Lady Hillary, wife of Mount Everest hero Sir Edmund Hillary, and Prime Minister Helen Clark leave St...
Lady Hillary (L), wife of Mount Everest hero Sir Edmund Hillary, and Prime Minister Helen Clark leave in the recession at St Mary's church in Auckland after his state funeral January 22, 2008. REUTERS/Nigel Marple (NEW ZEALAND)
NEWZEALAND-HILLARY/
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January 22, 2008
Lady Hillary (L), wife of Mount Everest hero Sir Edmund Hillary, and Prime Minister Helen Clark leave...
Auckland, New Zealand
Lady Hillary (L), wife of Mount Everest hero Sir Edmund Hillary, and Prime Minister Helen Clark leave...
Lady Hillary (L), wife of Mount Everest hero Sir Edmund Hillary, and Prime Minister Helen Clark leave St Mary's church in Auckland after his state funeral January 22, 2008. REUTERS/Nigel Marple/Pool (NEW ZEALAND)
NEWZEALAND-HILLARY/
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January 22, 2008
Lady Hillary (C), wife of Sir Edmund Hillary, and Prime Minister Helen Clark (R) leave St Mary's church...
Auckland, New Zealand
Lady Hillary and PM Helen Clark leave St Mary's church after the state funeral for the Mount Everest...
Lady Hillary (C), wife of Sir Edmund Hillary, and Prime Minister Helen Clark (R) leave St Mary's church after the state funeral for the Mount Everest hero in Auckland January 22, 2008. REUTERS/Simon Baker (NEW ZEALAND)
NEWZEALAND-HILLARY/
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January 21, 2008
New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clarke (R) sits with Mount Everest hero Sir Edmund Hillary's wife Lady...
Auckland, New Zealand
New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clarke sits with Mount Everest hero Sir Edmund Hillary's wife Lady Hillary...
New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clarke (R) sits with Mount Everest hero Sir Edmund Hillary's wife Lady Hillary in St Mary's church in Auckland, during his state funeral January 22, 2008. REUTERS/Brett Phibbs/Pool (NEW ZEALAND)
NEWZEALAND-HILLARY/
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January 21, 2008
Lady Hillary (C), wife of Mount Everest hero Sir Edmund Hillary, and New Zealand Prime Minister Helen...
Auckland, New Zealand
Lady Hillary, wife of Mount Everest hero Sir Edmund Hillary, and New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark...
Lady Hillary (C), wife of Mount Everest hero Sir Edmund Hillary, and New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark arrive with Clark's husband Peter Davis (R), Dean of Christchurch Peter Beck (2nd R) and Dean of Auckland Ross Bay at St Mary's church in Auckland for Edmund Hillary's state funeral January 22, 2008. REUTERS/Nigel Marple/Pool (NEW ZEALAND)
NEWZEALAND-HILLARY/
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January 21, 2008
New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark (R) sits with Lady Hillary, wife of Mount Everest hero Sir Edmund...
Auckland, New Zealand
Prime Minister Helen Clark sits with wife of Mount Everest hero Sir Edmund Hillary near his casket in...
New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark (R) sits with Lady Hillary, wife of Mount Everest hero Sir Edmund Hillary, near his casket in St Mary's church in Auckland, during his state funeral January 22, 2008. REUTERS/Brett Phibbs/Pool (NEW ZEALAND)
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January 21, 2008
Lady Hillary (2nd R), wife of Mount Everest hero Sir Edmund Hillary, and New Zealand Prime Minister Helen...
Auckland, New Zealand
Lady Hillary and Prime Minister Helen Clark arrive with the Dean of Christchurch Peter Beck and Dean...
Lady Hillary (2nd R), wife of Mount Everest hero Sir Edmund Hillary, and New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark (3rd R) arrive with the Dean of Christchurch Peter Beck (R) and Dean of Auckland Ross Bay at St Mary's church in Auckland for his state funeral January 22, 2008. REUTERS/Nigel Marple/Pool (NEW ZEALAND)
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January 21, 2008
New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark speaks during the state funeral for Mount Everest hero Sir Edmund...
Auckland, New Zealand
Prime Minister Clark speaks during state funeral for Mount Everest hero Sir Edmund Hillary at St. Mary's...
New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark speaks during the state funeral for Mount Everest hero Sir Edmund Hillary in St. Mary's Church in Auckland January 22, 2008. REUTERS/John Selkirk/Pool (NEW ZEALAND)
NEWZEALAND-HILLARY/
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January 21, 2008
Lady Hillary (C), wife of Mount Everest hero Sir Edmund Hillary, touches the casket of her husband during...
Auckland, New Zealand
Lady Hillary, wife of Mount Everest hero Sir Hillary, touches casket of her husband during his state...
Lady Hillary (C), wife of Mount Everest hero Sir Edmund Hillary, touches the casket of her husband during his state funeral as New Zealand's Prime Minister Helen Clark (R) watches in St. Mary's Church in Auckland January 22, 2008. REUTERS/Brett Phibbs/Pool (NEW ZEALAND)
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January 21, 2008
Lady Hillary (2nd L), wife of Mount Everest hero Sir Edmund Hillary, arrives for her husband's state...
Auckland, New Zealand
Lady Hillary, wife of Mount Everest hero Sir Hillary, arrives for her husband's state funeral in Auckland...
Lady Hillary (2nd L), wife of Mount Everest hero Sir Edmund Hillary, arrives for her husband's state funeral with New Zealand's Prime Minister Helen Clark (L), Clark's husband Peter Davis (2nd R) and the Dean of Christchurch Peter Beck at St. Mary's Church in Auckland January 22, 2008. REUTERS/Nigel Marple/POOL (NEW ZEALAND)
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January 21, 2008
Lady Hillary (R), wife of Mount Everest hero Sir Edmund Hillary, arrives for her husband's state funeral...
Auckland, New Zealand
Lady Hillary, wife of Mount Everest hero Sir Hillary, arrives for her husband's state funeral with New...
Lady Hillary (R), wife of Mount Everest hero Sir Edmund Hillary, arrives for her husband's state funeral with New Zealand's Prime Minister Helen Clark at St. Mary's Church in Auckland January 22, 2008. REUTERS/Nigel Marple (NEW ZEALAND)
MOUNT SAINT HELENS
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October 11, 2004
Steam vents out of the crater of Mount St. Helens, October 10, 2004. Very little seismic activity was...
Mount Saint Helens, USA
Steam vents out of the crater of Mount St. Helens, October 10, 2004. Very little seismic activity wa.....
Steam vents out of the crater of Mount St. Helens, October 10, 2004. Very little seismic activity was detected overnight and the steam began to rise just after dawn and has continued throughout the day and into evening. The lava dome has risen over 300 feet in the last two weeks.
ENVIRONMENT VOLCANO
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October 11, 2004
Will Kramer, 7, uses his dad's telescope to look up at Mount St. Helens venting steam October 11, 2004....
Mount Saint Helens, USA
Young boy uses telescope to look up at Mount St. Helens.
Will Kramer, 7, uses his dad's telescope to look up at Mount St. Helens venting steam October 11, 2004. The Washington State volcano has been letting off steam for the last two days and scientists expect will do so for the days to come. Seismic activity has been low in the last couple days but it is believed magma is very close to surface and could break through anytime. Picture taken through double-paned window. REUTERS/Andy Clark AC/SV
ENVIRONMENT VOLCANO
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October 11, 2004
Visitors to the Coldwater Ridge Center look up at Mount St. Helens venting steam October 11, 2004. The...
Mount Saint Helens, USA
Visitors look up at Mount St Helens venting steam from crater.
Visitors to the Coldwater Ridge Center look up at Mount St. Helens venting steam October 11, 2004. The Washington State volcano has been letting off steam for the last two days and scientists expect will do so for the days to come. Seismic activity has been low in the last couple days but it is believed magma is very close to surface and could break through anytime. REUTERS/Andy Clark NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE AC
ENVIRONMENT VOLCANO
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October 11, 2004
Residents of Toutle, Washington spend some quiet time fishing as Mount St. Helens simmers in the distance...
Toutle, USA
Residents of Toutle fish while Mount St. Helens simmers in the distance.
Residents of Toutle, Washington spend some quiet time fishing as Mount St. Helens simmers in the distance October 11, 2004. The volcano has been letting off steam for the last two days and scientists expect will do so for the days to come. Seismic activity has been low in the last couple days but it is believed magma is very close to the surface and could break through anytime. REUTERS/Andy Clark AC
ENVIRONMENT VOLCANO
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October 11, 2004
A high flying jet leaves a contrail as steam vents from the lava dome inside Mount St. Helens October...
Mount Saint Helens, USA
High flying jet leaves a contrail over Mount St. Helens as it lets of steam.
A high flying jet leaves a contrail as steam vents from the lava dome inside Mount St. Helens October 11, 2004. The Washington State volcano has been letting off steam for the last two days and scientists expect will do so for the days to come. Seismic activity has been low in the last couple days but it is believed magma is very close to surface and could break through anytime. REUTERS/Andy Clark NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE AC
ENVIRONMENT VOLCANO
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October 11, 2004
Steam vents from the lava dome inside Mount St. Helens October 11, 2004. The Washington State volcano...
Mount Saint Helens, USA
Mount St. Helens lets off steam from the crater.
Steam vents from the lava dome inside Mount St. Helens October 11, 2004. The Washington State volcano has been letting off steam for the last two days and scientists expect will do so for the days to come. Seismic activity has been low in the last couple days but it is believed magma is very close to the surface and could break through anytime. REUTERS/Andy Clark NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE AC
ENVIRONMENT VOLCANO
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October 10, 2004
Mount St. Helens is shrouded in clouds at sunset October 10, 2004. Steam began rising just after dawn...
Mount Saint Helens, USA
Clouds shroud Mount St. Helens at sunset.
Mount St. Helens is shrouded in clouds at sunset October 10, 2004. Steam began rising just after dawn continuing throughout the day into the evening. The lava dome has risen over 300 feet in the last two weeks. REUTERS/Andy Clark NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE AC
ENVIRONMENT VOLCANO
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October 10, 2004
Mount St. Helens is shrouded in clouds at sunset, October 10, 2004. Steam began rising just after dawn...
Mount Saint Helens, USA
Mount St. Helens is shrouded in clouds at sunset.
Mount St. Helens is shrouded in clouds at sunset, October 10, 2004. Steam began rising just after dawn continuing throughout the day into evening. The lava dome has risen over 300 feet in the last two weeks. REUTERS/Andy Clark NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE AC
ENVIRONMENT VOLCANO
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October 10, 2004
A couple walk along a ridge as steam from inside the crater of Mount St. Helens, October 10, 2004. Very...
Mount Saint Helens, USA
Visitors walk along ridge as Mount St. Helens vents steam from crater.
A couple walk along a ridge as steam from inside the crater of Mount St. Helens, October 10, 2004. Very little seismic activity was detected overnight and the steam began to rise just after dawn continuing throughout the day into evening. The lava dome has risen over 300 feet in the last two weeks. REUTERS/Andy Clark NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE AC
ENVIRONMENT VOLCANO
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October 10, 2004
Steam vents out of the crater of Mount St. Helens, October 10, 2004. Very little seismic activity was...
Mount Saint Helens, USA
Steam venting from crater rises above Mount St Helens.
Steam vents out of the crater of Mount St. Helens, October 10, 2004. Very little seismic activity was detected overnight and the steam began to rise just after dawn and has continued throughout the day and into evening. The lava dome has risen over 300 feet in the last two weeks REUTERS/Andy Clark NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE AC
ENVIRONMENT VOLCANO
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October 10, 2004
Steam vents itself out of the lava dome inside the crater of Mount St. Helens, in the state of Washington,...
Mount Saint Helens, USA
Small vents of steam rise from the lava dome inside crater of Mount St. Helens.
Steam vents itself out of the lava dome inside the crater of Mount St. Helens, in the state of Washington, October 10, 2004. Very little seismic activity was detected overnight and the steam began to rise just after dawn. The lava dome has risen over 300 feet in the last two weeks REUTERS/Andy Clark NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE AC/GN
ENVIRONMENT VOLCANO
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October 10, 2004
Steam vents itself out of the lava dome inside the crater of Mount St. Helens October 10, 2004. Very...
Mount Saint Helens, USA
Steam rises from the crater of Mount St. Helens.
Steam vents itself out of the lava dome inside the crater of Mount St. Helens October 10, 2004. Very little seismic activity was detected overnight and the steam began to rise just after dawn. The lava dome has risen over 300 feet in the last two weeks. REUTERS/Andy Clark AC/SV
ENVIRONMENT VOLCANO
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October 10, 2004
Steam vents itself out of the lava dome inside the crater of Mount St. Helens October 10, 2004. Very...
Mount Saint Helens, USA
Mount St. Helens lets off steam during small eruption.
Steam vents itself out of the lava dome inside the crater of Mount St. Helens October 10, 2004. Very little seismic activity was detected overnight and the steam began to rise just after dawn. The lava dome has risen over 300 feet in the last two weeks. REUTERS/Andy Clark NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE AC/SV
ENVIRONMENT VOLCANO
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October 09, 2004
Visitors to the Coldwater Ridge Center are surrounded by storm clouds near Mount St. Helens October 9,...
Mount Saint Helens, USA
People visiting Mount St Helens wait for clouds to clear to view volcano.
Visitors to the Coldwater Ridge Center are surrounded by storm clouds near Mount St. Helens October 9, 2004. Though two days of rainy weather have left the simmering volcano shrouded in cloud a regular stream of people have traveled in hopes of seeing St. Helens. Seismic activity continues to shake the mountain and the magma dome inside the crater grows steadily. REUTERS/Andy Clark NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE AC
ENVIRONMENT VOLCANO
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October 09, 2004
Visitors to the Coldwater Ridge Center are surrounded by storm clouds near Mount St. Helens October 9,...
Mount Saint Helens, USA
Visitors to Mount St Helens wait for weather to clear to view the volcano.
Visitors to the Coldwater Ridge Center are surrounded by storm clouds near Mount St. Helens October 9, 2004. Though two days of rainy weather have left the simmering volcano shrouded in cloud a regular stream of people have traveled in hopes of seeing St. Helens. Seismic activity continues to shake the mountain and the magma dome inside the crater grows steadily. REUTERS/Andy Clark NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE AC
ENVIRONMENT VOLCANO
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October 09, 2004
The remains of a tree from the 1980 eruption overlooks the valley at the foot of Mount St. Helens October...
Mount Saint Helens, USA
The remains of a tree from 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens.
The remains of a tree from the 1980 eruption overlooks the valley at the foot of Mount St. Helens October 9, 2004. A storm front from the Pacific has been hanging over the area for two days shrouding the simmering volcano in clouds (back). Seismic activity continues to shake the mountain and the magma dome inside the crater continues to grow. REUTERS/Andy Clark AC/SV
ENVIRONMENT VOLCANO
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October 09, 2004
The remains of an upturned tree from the 1980 eruption frames an isolated rain storm crossing the valley...
Mount Saint Helens, USA
The remains of upturned tree from 1980 eruption frames valley at foot of Mount St. Helens.
The remains of an upturned tree from the 1980 eruption frames an isolated rain storm crossing the valley at the foot of Mount St. Helens, October 9, 2004. A storm front from the Pacific has been hanging over the area for two days shrouding the simmering volcano in clouds. Seismic activity continues to shake the mountain and the magma dome inside the crater continues to grow. REUTERS/Andy Clark AC/SV
SCOTT
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October 08, 2004
Willie Scott of the United States Geological Survey describes acitivity inside the crater of Mount St....
Mount Saint Helens, USA
Willie Scott of the United States Geological Survey describes acitivity inside the crater of Mount S.....
Willie Scott of the United States Geological Survey describes acitivity inside the crater of Mount St. Helens, during a news conference at the Coldwater Ridge Visitors Center, October 8, 2004. Government scientists said activity continues inside the crater but has reduced in intensity.
USA
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October 08, 2004
A laptop computer displays seismic activity inside Mount St. Helens, October 8, 2004. The computer is...
Mount Saint Helens, USA
A laptop computer displays seismic activity inside Mount St. Helens, October 8, 2004. The computer i.....
A laptop computer displays seismic activity inside Mount St. Helens, October 8, 2004. The computer is on display at the Coldwater Ridge Visitors Center not far from the volcano. Government scientists said activity continues inside the crater but has reduced in intensity.
ENVIRONMENT VOLCANO
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October 08, 2004
A laptop computer displays seismic activity inside Mount St. Helens, October 8, 2004. The computer is...
Mount Saint Helens, USA
Computer with Mount St Helens seismic activity on display.
A laptop computer displays seismic activity inside Mount St. Helens, October 8, 2004. The computer is on display at the Coldwater Ridge Visitors Center not far from the volcano. Government scientists said activity continues inside the crater but has reduced in intensity. REUTERS/Andy Clark AC
ENVIRONMENT VOLCANO
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October 08, 2004
Willie Scott of the United States Geological Survey describes acitivity inside the crater of Mount St....
Mount Saint Helens, USA
Willie Scott of the USGS describes activity inside Mount St. Helens.
Willie Scott of the United States Geological Survey describes acitivity inside the crater of Mount St. Helens, during a news conference at the Coldwater Ridge Visitors Center, October 8, 2004. Government scientists said activity continues inside the crater but has reduced in intensity. REUTERS/Andy Clark AC
ENVIRONMENT VOLCANO
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October 08, 2004
Willie Scott of the United States Geological Survey describes acitivity inside the crater of Mount St....
Mount Saint Helens, USA
Willie Scott of the USGS describes activity inside Mount St. Helens.
Willie Scott of the United States Geological Survey describes acitivity inside the crater of Mount St. Helens, during a news conference at the Coldwater Ridge Visitors Center, October 8, 2004. Government scientists said activity continues inside the crater but has reduced in intensity. REUTERS/Andy Clark AC
MOUNT ST HELENS
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October 07, 2004
Clouds drift across the crater of Mount St. Helens at dusk, in this time exposure October 7, 2004. Government...
Mount Saint Helens, USA
Clouds drift across the crater of Mount St. Helens at dusk, in this time exposure October 7, 2004. G.....
Clouds drift across the crater of Mount St. Helens at dusk, in this time exposure October 7, 2004. Government scientists said that volcanic activity on Washington state's Mount St. Helens had started to taper off and downgraded their safety warning since Wednesday, following nearly two weeks of seismic activity and steam eruptions.
MOUNT ST HELENS
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October 07, 2004
Contrails from commercial jets flying north and south leave their mark in the sky over Mount St. Helens...
Mount Saint Helens, USA
Contrails from commercial jets flying north and south leave their mark in the sky over Mount St. Hel.....
Contrails from commercial jets flying north and south leave their mark in the sky over Mount St. Helens October 7, 2004. Government scientists have reduced the eruption threat level from three to two, though seismic activity has begun rise again inside the volcano.
MOUNT ST HELENS
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October 07, 2004
A tourist to the Cold Lake Visitor Center relaxes in the afternoon sun while watching Mount St. Helens...
Mount Saint Helens, USA
A tourist to the Cold Lake Visitor Center relaxes in the afternoon sun while watching Mount St. Hele.....
A tourist to the Cold Lake Visitor Center relaxes in the afternoon sun while watching Mount St. Helens October 7, 2004. Government scientists have reduced the eruption threat level from three to two though seismic activity has begun to rise again inside the volcano.
ENVIRONMENT VOLCANO
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October 07, 2004
Clouds drift across the crater of Mount St. Helens at dusk, in this time exposure October 7, 2004. Government...
Mount Saint Helens, USA
Clouds drift across the crater of Mount St. Helens at dusk.
Clouds drift across the crater of Mount St. Helens at dusk, in this time exposure October 7, 2004. Government scientists said that volcanic activity on Washington state's Mount St. Helens had started to taper off and downgraded their safety warning since Wednesday, following nearly two weeks of seismic activity and steam eruptions. REUTERS/Andy Clark AC/GN
ENVIRONMENT VOLCANO
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October 07, 2004
Tourists at the Cold Lake Visitor Center try to get a close look of the crater at Mount St. Helens October...
Mount Saint Helens, USA
Tourists try to get a close up view of the crater at Mount St. Helens.
Tourists at the Cold Lake Visitor Center try to get a close look of the crater at Mount St. Helens October 7, 2004. Government scientists have reduced the eruption threat level from three to two, though seismic activity has begun to rise again inside the volcano. REUTERS/Andy Clark AC
ENVIRONMENT VOLCANO
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October 07, 2004
A tourist to the Cold Lake Visitor Center relaxes in the afternoon sun while watching Mount St. Helens...
Mount Saint Helens, USA
Visitor relaxes in the afternoon sun while watching Mount St. Helens.
A tourist to the Cold Lake Visitor Center relaxes in the afternoon sun while watching Mount St. Helens October 7, 2004. Government scientists have reduced the eruption threat level from three to two though seismic activity has begun to rise again inside the volcano. REUTERS/Andy Clark NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE AC/SV
ENVIRONMENT VOLCANO
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October 07, 2004
The stump of a tree destroyed in the 1980 eruption is bathed in the dawn sun as small trail of steam...
Mount Saint Helens, USA
The dawn sun highlights the stump of a tree destroyed in 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens.
The stump of a tree destroyed in the 1980 eruption is bathed in the dawn sun as small trail of steam exits the crater of Mount St. Helens (R) October 7, 2004. Government scientists have downgraded the threat level of the volcano from three to two after seismic activity decreased. REUTERS/Andy Clark NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE AC
ENVIRONMENT VOLCANO
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October 07, 2004
The stump of a tree destroyed in the 1980 eruption frames the dawn sun as small trail of steam exits...
Mount Saint Helens, USA
The stump of a tree destroyed in 1980 eruption rises into morning sky neat Mount St. Helens.
The stump of a tree destroyed in the 1980 eruption frames the dawn sun as small trail of steam exits the crater of Mount St. Helens, October 7, 2004. Government scientists have downgraded the threat level of the volcano from three to two after seismic activity decreased. REUTERS/Andy Clark AC/SV
MOUNT ST HELENS
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October 06, 2004
Officials have downgraded the alert level for Mount St. Helens from three to two after seismic activity...
Mount Saint Helens, USA
Officials have downgraded the alert level for Mount St. Helens from three to two after seismic activ.....
Officials have downgraded the alert level for Mount St. Helens from three to two after seismic activity decreased significantly inside the the volcano over the last 24 hours October 6, 2004. Photo shows St. Helens during it's last eruption October 5.
MOUNT ST HELENS
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October 06, 2004
Three-year-old Orion tries to view Mount St. Helens from a public viewing area October 6, 2004. Rainy...
Mount Saint Helens, USA
Three-year-old Orion tries to view Mount St. Helens from a public viewing area October 6, 2004. Rain.....
Three-year-old Orion tries to view Mount St. Helens from a public viewing area October 6, 2004. Rainy weather has descended on the area, obscuring the volcano in clouds and fog. Officials have downgraded the alert level for St. Helens from three to two after seismic activity decreased significantly in the last 24 hours.
ENVIRONMENT VOLCANO
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October 06, 2004
Visitors leave the area around Mount St. Helens (R) near dusk, south of Seattle, October 6, 2004. Hundreds...
Mount Saint Helens, USA
Visitors leave area around the volcano Mount St. Helens in state of Washington.
Visitors leave the area around Mount St. Helens (R) near dusk, south of Seattle, October 6, 2004. Hundreds travel to and camp overnight in the area each day in hopes they might see St. Helens erupt. Government scientists said that volcanic activity on Washington state's Mount St. Helens had started to taper off and downgraded their safety warning on Wednesday, following nearly two weeks of seismic activity and steam eruptions. REUTERS/Andy Clark NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE AC/GN
ENVIRONMENT VOLCANO
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October 06, 2004
People sit by the side of the road with a camera on a tripod waiting and hoping for any signs of eruption...
Mount Saint Helens, USA
People sit by side of road looking and waiting for signs from the volcano Mount St. Helens.
People sit by the side of the road with a camera on a tripod waiting and hoping for any signs of eruption from Mount St. Helens, south of Seattle, October 6, 2004. Government scientists said that volcanic activity on Washington state's Mount St. Helens had started to taper off and downgraded their safety warning on Wednesday, following nearly two weeks of seismic activity and steam eruptions. REUTERS/Andy Clark AC/GN
ENVIRONMENT VOLCANO
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October 06, 2004
Officials have downgraded the alert level for Mount St. Helens from three to two after seismic activity...
Mount Saint Helens, USA
Officals downgrade alert level for the volcano Mount St. Helens.
Officials have downgraded the alert level for Mount St. Helens from three to two after seismic activity decreased significantly inside the the volcano over the last 24 hours October 6, 2004. Photo shows St. Helens during it's last eruption October 5. REUTERS/Andy Clark NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE AC/SV
ENVIRONMENT VOLCANO
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October 06, 2004
Signs on the highway heading to Mount St. Helens refer to the volcano October 6, 2004. Officials have...
Mount Saint Helens, USA
Signs along highway refer to the volcano Mount St. Helens.
Signs on the highway heading to Mount St. Helens refer to the volcano October 6, 2004. Officials have downgraded the alert level for St. Helens from three to two after seismic activity decreased significantly in the last 24 hours. REUTERS/Andy Clark AC
ENVIRONMENT VOLCANO
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October 06, 2004
A sign on the outside of a campground uses humor to warn those heading up to the volcano Mount St. Helens...
Mount Saint Helens, USA
A sign using humor warns visitors heading up to view the volcano Mount St. Helens.
A sign on the outside of a campground uses humor to warn those heading up to the volcano Mount St. Helens October 6, 2004. Officials have downgraded the alert level for Mt. St. Helens from three to two after seismic activity decreased significantly in the last 24 hours. REUTERS/Andy Clark AC
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October 06, 2004
Three-year-old Orion tries to view Mount St. Helens from a public viewing area October 6, 2004. Rainy...
Mount Saint Helens, USA
Young boy tries to view Mount St. Helens after foulr weather covered the volcano with cloud.
Three-year-old Orion tries to view Mount St. Helens from a public viewing area October 6, 2004. Rainy weather has descended on the area, obscuring the volcano in clouds and fog. Officials have downgraded the alert level for St. Helens from three to two after seismic activity decreased significantly in the last 24 hours. REUTERS/Andy Clark NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE AC
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October 05, 2004
Ash continues to drift out from inside the crater of Mount St. Helens (R) as unusual cloud formations...
Mount Saint Helens, USA
Ash drifts out of Mount St. Helens volcano as unusual clouds form in sky nearby.
Ash continues to drift out from inside the crater of Mount St. Helens (R) as unusual cloud formations gather nearby October 5, 2004. Earlier in the day, the mountain had its second eruption in two days. The Washington State volcano has had three small eruptions over the last five days. REUTERS/Andy Clark AC
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October 05, 2004
Dirt, ash and clouds close in on Mount St. Helens and following an eruption earlier in the day and a...
Mount Saint Helens, USA
Dirt ash and clouds cover Mount St. Helens after eruption earlier in day.
Dirt, ash and clouds close in on Mount St. Helens and following an eruption earlier in the day and a weather front moves in October 5, 2004. Mount St. Helens has had three small eruptions including two days in row since the volcano came to life after 18 years. REUTERS/Andy Clark AC
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October 05, 2004
Dirt and ash continues to drift out from inside the crater of Mount St. Helens after a small eruption...
Mount Saint Helens, USA
Dirt and ash continues to drift out from inside crater of Mount St. Helens after small eruption.
Dirt and ash continues to drift out from inside the crater of Mount St. Helens after a small eruption earlier in the day October 5, 2004. The Washington State volcano has three small eruptions over the last five days. REUTERS/Andy Clark AC
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October 05, 2004
A Halloween jack o lantern pumpkin sits on a wall in a public viewing area near the volcano Mount St....
Mount Saint Helens, USA
Halloween jack o lantern sits on a wall near Mount St. Helens.
A Halloween jack o lantern pumpkin sits on a wall in a public viewing area near the volcano Mount St. Helens (background) October 5, 2004. The pumpkin was carved by a man who was trying to entertain his young children as they spent a couple days camping overnight waiting for St. Helens to erupt. The Washington State volcano has had 3 small eruptions since it came to life after 18 years of silence. REUTERS/Andy Clark AC
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October 05, 2004
An unidentified visitor to Mount St. Helens wearing a Sasquach, or the more familiar Big Foot, costume...
Mount Saint Helens, USA
Visitor to Mount St. Helens dressed up in Sasquach costume views mountain erupting.
An unidentified visitor to Mount St. Helens wearing a Sasquach, or the more familiar Big Foot, costume while viewing the mountain erupting October 5, 2004. The mountain erupted for the second day in row leaving a long trail of steam and ash. Why the visitor was wearing the costume remains unclear. REUTERS/Andy Clark AC/JDP
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