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Morphology and rheology of pyroclastic (of Mount St. Helens) flows and their deposits and guidelines for future observations

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Morphology and rheology of pyroclastic (of Mount St. Helens) flows and their deposits and guidelines for future observations. / Wilson, L.; Head, J. W.

In: U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper, Vol. 1250, 01.01.1981, p. 513-524.

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Wilson, L. ; Head, J. W. / Morphology and rheology of pyroclastic (of Mount St. Helens) flows and their deposits and guidelines for future observations. In: U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper. 1981 ; Vol. 1250. pp. 513-524.

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