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Category Archives: Eruption
New article: “Emergency Hospital Visits in Association with Volcanic Ash, Dust Storms and Other Sources of Ambient Particles: A Time-Series Study in Reykjavík, Iceland.”
New article in Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 12(4): 4047 – 4059. (Paper on publisher web site) Emergency Hospital Visits in Association with Volcanic Ash, Dust Storms and Other Sources of Ambient Particles: A Time-Series Study in Reykjavík, Iceland.
Holuhraun eruption still going, since 31 August 2014. The lava is now 1.3 km3, and covers over 80 km2. There is a lot of SO2 gas coming with the eruption, leading to pollution events where the concentration is well above … Continue reading
The eruption in Holuhraun (Holu-lava field) has now been active for just over a week; since 31 Agust (if I remember correctly). There is a fair bit of lava that has been extruded, as can be seen on this Landsat … Continue reading
High levels of particulate matter in Iceland due to direct ash emissions by the Eyjafjallajökull eruption and resuspension of deposited ash Throstur ThorsteinssonEnvironment and Natural Resources and Institute of Earth Sciences, University of Iceland, Reykjavík, IcelandThorsteinn JóhannssonThe Environment Agency of … Continue reading
Image from 12:50 (NASA/Rapidfire).
Sediments from pro-glacial lakes near Langjökull, and ash from the Eyjafjalljökull and Grímsvötn eruptions (most likely mixture of those) were blowing around today ! MODIS image taken 2011-09-09 at 11:30 (NASA/Rapidfire). MODIS image taken 2011-09-09 at 13:25. MODIS image 2011-09-09 … Continue reading