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{{Ligam web | last = Schilling | first = Steve P. | coauthors = David W. Ramsey, James A. Messerich, and Ren A. Thompson | títol = USGS Scientific Investigations Map 2928: Rebuilding Mount St. Helens | url= | date = 2006-08-08 | accessdate = 2007-03-07 }}</ref>
Amb la recenta activitat volcanica que comencèt en 2004, los lòbes del glacièr son butats suls costats e cap amont per la creissença del dòma volcanic novèl. The surface of the glacier, once mostly without crevasses, turned into a chaotic jumble of [[icefall]]scascadas de glaç heavily criss-crossed with [[crevasse]]s and [[serac]]s caused by movement of the crater floor. The new domes have almost separated the Crater Glacier into an eastern and western lobe. Despite the volcanic activity, the termini of the glacier have still advanced, with a slight advance on the western lobe and a more considerable advance on the more shaded eastern lobe. Due to the advance, two lobes of the glacier joined together in late May 2008 and thus the glacier completely surrounds the lava domes.<ref name="NT">{{Ligam web|títol=MSH08_aerial_st_helens_crater_from_north_05-30-08|url=|publisher=[[United States Geological Survey]]|first=Steve|last=Schilling|date=2008-05-30|accessdate=2008-06-07}} - Glacier arms touch on North end of glacier.</ref> In addition, since 2004, new glaciers have formed on the crater wall above Crater Glacier feeding rock and ice onto its surface below; there are two rock glaciers to the north of the eastern lobe of Crater Glacier.
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