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“Lahar Emergency Preparedness." 2005.

“Educational Outreach to Schools.”  2003.

George, Brian.  “Hazardous Implications at Mount Rainier National Park.”  2002

USGS.“Developing a Volcano Emergency Plan.”  2004.

Sisson, Thomas W. “Volcanic Hazards in Mount Rainier.”  May, 2004.

USGS. “Volcano Warning Strategy Used By the USGS Volcano Hazards Program.”  2004.

USGS.  “Lahar Detection System.”  2004.                            

“Lahars.”  2003.PBS. 

“Volcano’s Deadly Warning.”  November, 2002.

NOVA Online.  “Planning for Disaster.”  September, 2004.

Inventors.  "Seismograph.”  2004.

“Seismograph.”  2004.

“Deadly Lahars from Nevado del Ruiz, Columbia.  November 13, 1985.”  2002. 

“Mt. Ruapehu Crater Lake Lahar, Lahar Risk Assessment, Mitigation Recommendations & Alarm System.” 2003.

USGS.  “Mount Pinatubo, Phillipines.”  1998.

Newhall and Punongbayam, eds.  “Smithsonian Institution-Global Volcanism Program.”  1998.  University of Washington Press.

Pierce County EMD.  “Mt. Rainier Volcanic Hazards Response Plan.”  July, 1999.

Zillessen, Bianca.  “Volcanic Mudflows at Mount Pinatubo, Philippines and Ruapehu Volcano, New Zealand.”  1999.

“World Organization of Volcanic Observatories.”  2004.

USGS.  “Pilot Project-Mount Rainier Volcano Lahar Warning System.”  2003. 

Riley, C.M.  “Lahars.”  2003.

“Holography Lasers and Holograms.”  2004.  

“A Guide To Practical Holography.”  2004.

“Technical Glossary On Holography.”  2004.

Holo Kids. . 2003.

“Holographic Materials.”  2004.

How Stuff Works.  “How Holographic Environments Will Work.” ibs/la/holographic-environment.htm.  2004.

“How GPS Works.”  2004.

“How Does GPS Work?”  2004. 

Armstrong, Lee. “DSRC Tutorial.”  2003.

“DSRC-Dedicated Short Range Communication.”  2004.

FCC.  “Dedicated Short Range Communication.”  2004.

How Stuff Works. “How Solar Energy Works.”  2003.

"Learning Zone" (FrontPage and multimedia tutorials)
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USGS--We couldn't have done the research for this project without your assistance and your great websites.

Lee Armstrong--You helped us to understand the science of DSRC and it's promising future.

Our coach and other school district staff--You gave so much of your time and your wonderful teaching skills!  Thanks so much!

We truly hope that VEWS will become a reality in the future, so that many lives will be saved, when a lahar occurs at one of the 1,500 potentially active volcanoes in the world.