Definition of Ashfalls
1. ashfall [n] - See also: ashfall
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Literary usage of Ashfalls
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Geological Disasters in the Philippines: July ‘90 Earthquake & June ‘91 by Giovanni Rantucci (1995)
"8.8.4 Damage to agriculture and related activities The damage to agriculture, caused mainly by ashfalls and lahars, was estimated at over half a billion US$ ..."
2. Effects of the Eruptions of Mount St. Helens on Physical, Chemical, and by Douglas B. Lee (1998)
"Spirit Lake received heavy ashfalls during the May 18,1980 eruption and the lake bottom was raised some 197 feet by avalanche debris and ..."
3. Volcanic Ash and Aviation Safety: Proceedings of the First International edited by T. J. Casadevall (1995)
"... likely to be transported at 8- to 15-km altitude to the northeast, east, and southeast. Large ashfalls are expected in the airports of ..."
4. First International Symposium on Volcanic Ash and Aviation Safety: Program (1993)
"The 1912 Katmai eruption put an estimated 25 km^ of ash into the atmosphere during a sustained eruption lasting almost 3 days, while prehistoric ashfalls ..."
5. Engineered Barrier Systems (Ebs) in the Context of the Entire Safety Case by OECD Nuclear Energy Agency, European Commission (2003)
"... in the north to Amargosa Desert in the south and is made of layers of ashfalls from volcanic eruptions that happened more than l0 million years ago. ..."
6. In Place of the Forest: Environmental and Socio-Economic Transformation in by H. C. Brookfield, Lesley Potter (1995)
"Climatic shocks and the forest No part of this region is close to active volcanoes and, although there are traces of ashfalls in some soils, ..."