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IceNews

Contrary to popular belief, Iceland's volcanoes are relatively quiet right now
IceNews
They are Katla, Hekla, Grímsvötn and Bárðarbunga, well monitored but no one can really predict when an eruption might occur or how big it will turn out to be.” LAVA Centre opens in Iceland When asked if it's possible to predict to size of next ...



IFLScience

Four Of Iceland's Volcanoes Are Priming To Erupt
IFLScience
The volcanoes in question are Katla, Hekla, Bárðarbunga, and Grímsvötn. With no data or references given in the post, we decided to do a little digging ourselves. So what of Katla? Well, it's a rather sizable volcano that has indeed been showing signs ...



Iceland Monitor

Four of Iceland's main volcanoes all preparing for eruption - Iceland ...
Iceland Monitor
According to geophysicist Páll Einarsson, four of Iceland's volcanoes are showing increased amounts of activity in preparation for another eruption.

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Scientific American

Volcano Forecast? New Technique Could Better Predict Eruptions
Scientific American
Being able to predict how this element of the system changes could help volcanologists make better forecasts. For their study, the team created a simplified model based on the Grímsvötn volcano, also in Iceland. They then used synthetic satellite data ...

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Popular Mechanics

7 of the World's Most Fearsome Active Volcanoes
Popular Mechanics
The term "active volcano" can mean a lot of different things . Sometimes the hot magma under the surface remains in a constant state of stewing, blowing steam into the sky as a reminder of what rests beneath. Other times mountains that have lain quiet ...



Iceland Magazine

Katla: Iceland's most notorious volcano is kept under close surveillance
Iceland Magazine
The fire within Iceland's most active and potent volcanos are in the south part of the country. This photo was taken in 2010 when a small volcano at Fimmvörðuháls ridge erupted. Since 2010 two other volcanos in south Iceland have erupted. Photo/Vilhelm ...

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CNBC

Scientists are trying to use satellites to forecast volcanic eruptions
CNBC
At first, the team used computer simulations to build their model, but Bato said they are now testing the model on the Grímsvötn volcano in Iceland and the Okmok volcano in Alaska. "In our community, we are just at the beginning of establishing more ...
Predicting eruptions using satellites and mathEurekAlert (press release)
Scientists predict volcanic eruptions with satellites and GPSQ13 FOX
Scientists use GPS to predict volcanic eruptionsDaily Sabah
Popular Science
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Big Think (blog)

Grímsvötn eruption closes Keflavik Airport near Reykjavik (and more images of the eruption)
Big Think (blog)
I don't know how many articles I've read where images of Grímsvötn are labeled as "spewing smoke". There is no smoke in the plume. None. Zero. Zilch. The plume is made of three things: (1) steam - a lot of it; (2) ash - fine, fragmental pieces of ...
Iceland's Grimsvotn volcano starts new eruptionBBC News
Grimsvotn Eruption 2011: Iceland Volcano Sends Plume 18000 Feet In The Air (PHOTOS)Huffington Post
Not again! Hellfire in Iceland as new volcano erupts... hurling ash plume 12 miles into the skyDaily Mail
National Geographic -LiveScience.com
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LCI

Islande : à la découverte du volcan Grimsvötn
LCI
TERRES VOLCANIQUES - L'Islande est une des régions volcaniques les plus actives du monde, et ces dernières années plusieurs éruptions spectaculaires ont marqué les esprits. Une équipe de TF1 a suivi une expédition scientifique qui va ausculter le ...


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