Index
Stratovolcanoes
Ash Plume
Cooling After a Volcanic Eruption
Mt. Pinatubo's Contribution to Climate Change
Strange Weather & Hazard Map
Sources
SOURCES
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• U.S. Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey
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• Nasa Website Linking Mount Pinatubo and Hurricane Andrew

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