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SlashDot reports that volcanic rock has flowed to the surface of Mount St. Helens’ crater, creating a new lava dome after weeks of seismic activity, the bulge had risen at least 330 feet since scientists noticed it September 30.

Geologists said there is still a chance of explosive ash eruptions from the 8,364-foot mountain, and the immediate area around the volcano remained closed.”

Here’s the official live webcam, Volcano Blogs & Photos, photos of the USGS sensors, Cascades Volcano Observatory news, Google News and Yahoo Full Coverage.

DailyWireless has more Inside the Mountain.

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