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Mount Jefferson

Volcano
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Estevan Hutchinson

on 28 January 2013

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Prezi by: Estevan
Hutchinson Classification Type of Volcano Date of Eruption(s) There was no information that was recorded or found to prove that people have died during the eruption of
Mount Jefferson Some articles say that Mount Jefferson is dormant while others
say that it is extinct. Mount Jefferson is known to be
a Stratovolcano. Last eruption was at about 4,500 B.C at Forked Butte Mt. which was south of the Mount Jefferson Number of People
Killed during
Eruption Mount Jefferson Location Located in...
Oregon, USA -------------------------------- -------------------- ----------------------------------- ------------------------------------ ---------------------------------- Type of Explosion -------------------------- The type of explosion that Mount Jefferson has is a lava flow Longitude and Latitude of Mount Jefferson --------------- Longitude- -121.8 degrees West
Latitude- 44.67 degrees North Important Facts ------------ *First year Mount Jefferson was climbed was in 1888 *The elevation is 10,495 ft *Rocks and minerals that make up
Mount Jefferson is Andesite and Dacite *Second Highest mountain in Oregon *First climbers were E.C. Cross
and Ray L. Farmer Map of
Mount
Jefferson References/Sources ---------------- * http://volcano.oregonstate.edu * http://www.peakware.com * http://www.volcano.si.edu World Map Sunset
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