Mount St. Helens’ eruption had a local effect on climate because of ash reducing the reception of solar radiation on the Earth’s surface. Mount St. Helens had very minimal global effect on the climate because the eruption occurred at an oblique angle putting little sulfur dioxide into the stratosphere.
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