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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mount_Pinatubo

Mount Pinatubo (Sambal: Bakil nin Pinatobo; Kapampangan: ... In 1991, damage to crops and property was estimated at $374 million (or $688 million today), to which continuing lahar floods added a further $69 million (or $123 million today) in 1992. In total, 42 percent of the cropland around the volcano was affected by more lahar floods, dealing ...

www.nytimes.com/2012/11/28/travel/mount-pinatubo-20-years-after-the-blast.html

When Mount Pinatubo blew in 1991 in the Philippines, it was the second largest eruption of the 20th century. But today, more than 3,000 tourists a month climb the volcano.

mountpinatubo.net

Mount Pinatubo Today. The volcano today is a safe place to visit. The crater of the volcano is a beautiful lake that is 2.7 kilometers wide and the water is crystal clear. However it is advised not to swim in the water of the lake. Trekking Mount Pinatubo is a popular activity among locals and foreigners alike.

www.universetoday.com/31797/mount-pinatubo

Mount Pinatubo is an active stratovolcano on the island of Luzon in the Philippines, and the site of one of the most powerful recent eruptions. In June 1991, the volcano produced the second ...

www.usgs.gov/news/remembering-mount-pinatubo-25-years-ago-mitigating-crisis

The Pinatubo Volcano Observatory in 1991 was a self-contained unit; data from the monitoring network were radioed to it and the analysis was done by scientists on-site. Today, data received at PVO would be forwarded to colleagues in the U.S. and elsewhere for more sophisticated analysis with the results quickly transmitted back to PVO.

www.thoughtco.com/mount-pinatubo-eruption-1434951

The events of the 1991 Mount Pinatubo eruption began in July 1990, when a magnitude 7.8 earthquake occurred 100 kilometers (62 miles) northeast of the Pinatubo region, determined to be a result of the reawakening of Mount Pinatubo.

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Ten years ago today (June 15, 2001), Mount Pinatubo in the Philippines erupted with a tremendous force, ejecting vast amounts of ash and gas high into the atmosphere; so high that the volcano’s plume penetrated into the stratosphere. The stratosphere is the layer of atmosphere extending from about 10 km to 50 km (6-30 miles) in altitude.

www.britannica.com/science/volcano/Mount-Pinatubo-Philippines-1991

Volcano - Mount Pinatubo, Philippines, 1991: Earthquakes and steam explosions announced the reawakening of Mount Pinatubo in 1991, surprising many geologists because Pinatubo was not even listed in catalogs of world volcanoes. This mountain (at that time having an elevation of 1,745 metres, or 5,725 feet) lacked the classic conical shape of a volcano because erosion had carved its summit into ...

www.livescience.com/14513-pinatubo-volcano-future-climate-change-eruption.html

The largest volcanic eruption in recent history, the blast of Mount Pinatubo in the Philippines, affected climate around the world, causing temperatures to drop and Asian rain patterns to shift ...

www.volcanodiscovery.com/pinatubo.html

Pinatubo volcano exploded spectacularly on 15 June 1991. The Pinatubo eruption on 15 June 1991 was the second largest volcanic eruption of the 20th century. Pinatubo is a complex of lava domes located 100 km NW of Manila city, Luzon Island, Philippines. Prior to the eruption, Pinatubo was a little known volcano and it had been dormant for 400 ...