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National Geographic

How Volcanoes Caused Violent Uprisings in Cleopatra's Egypt
National Geographic
Scientists don't know precisely where all the eruptions occurred, whether in Alaska, Russia, the tropics, Iceland or someplace else entirely. The climate models suggest that volcanoes in the far northern hemisphere may have the largest impact on Egypt, ...
Volcanic Eruptions May Have Doomed an Ancient Egyptian DynastyLive Science

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'Volcano plane' takes flight
CBBC Newsround
In 2010, the Eyjafjallajökull volcano in Iceland erupted, filling the sky with large, thick clouds of smoke and ash. The eruption was so massive that the clouds drifted into airspace over many northern and western European countries. Planes were forced ...



Daily Star

New monster tsunami ALERT: Fears Spain volcano will blow ANY MINUTE after 350 more quakes
Daily Star
The eruption of the Eyjafjallajokul volcano in Iceland in 2010 almost completely halted air travel across Europe – the largest disruption of air travel since WW2. The pillar of smoke and ash reached a height of 11km, and reached as far away as Russia.

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Telegraph.co.uk

Iceland launches new tourism video – could you sing the hardest karaoke song of all time?
Telegraph.co.uk
This is because the nation's Mother Tongue requires an oral dexterity few outside the northern European island are blessed with - everyone remembers the ash cloud devastation caused by that unpronouncable volcano, right? Repeat after me ...

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Stuff.co.nz

Elemental wonder inside the magma chamber of Iceland's Thrihnukagigur volcano
Stuff.co.nz
Thousands of years ago, this 120m tall tube in Iceland's south west was a bubbling, boiling pot of liquid fire, rapidly rising towards the surface. But somehow, rather than exploding like a pimple pop on the earth's surface, the magma disappeared into ...



Telegraph.co.uk

Travel advice: What will happen if Bali's Mount Agung volcano erupts?
Telegraph.co.uk
Volcano eruptions can cause widespread disruption beyond the crater. When Iceland's Eyjafjallajökull volcano erupted in 2010, more than 100,000 flights were grounded in Europe due to fears that the ash could get into plane engines. It was the largest ...

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Iceland Monitor

Earthquakes detected in both Grímsey and Bárðarbunga last night
Iceland Monitor
Several earthquakes were measured at Grímsey island north of Iceland last night as well as at Bárðarbunga but according to the Iceland Met Office there is no sign of volcanic unrest. Two earthquakes at a magnitude of over 3 were measured at Bárðarbunga ...
Four powerful earthquakes since yesterday: Iceland's most isolated village, Grímsey island, tremblesIceland Magazine

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Telegraph.co.uk

This video will make you want to quit your job and move to Iceland
Telegraph.co.uk
“Island”, by aerial video specialists Skies Untold, captures Iceland's landscape in March as it nears spring but remains frozen after a long, cold winter. Taking in snow-covered lava fields, a number of Iceland's renowned waterfalls and the shimmering ...



Traveller

Bail volcano travel advice: What will happen if Mount Agung volcano erupts?
Traveller
Volcano eruptions can cause widespread disruption beyond the crater. When Iceland's Eyjafjallajökull volcano erupted in 2010, more than 100,000 flights were grounded in Europe due to fears that the ash could get into plane engines. It was the largest ...

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Forbes

This Is Why We Can't Throw All Our Trash Into Volcanoes
Forbes
I was recently asked by a fairly small and young human why we don't just throw a lot of our waste into volcanoes – specifically, into the ones that have lava lakes, like Hawaii's Kilauea or the Democratic Republic of Congo's Nyiragongo. It's a ...


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