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Krafla walk

Monday 21 July
Our walk takes us through a wide variety of landscape types, starting with a pale brown volcano, where we turn left along a giant rift. 238 more words

Walking

Land of Fire and Ice

The Mid-Atlantic Ridge is pulling Iceland apart. The current seismic activity is happening in central Iceland in the area where the two “branches” of rift zones meet. 114 more words

Science

The Bárðarbunga dyke intrusion

So my previous post on Bárðarbunga focussed on the geochemistry and plumbing of the volcano, but I thought it might be useful to talk a little bit about the activity we’ve witnessed over the last week or so.   569 more words

Science

Pre trip expectations

So I’m heading off on my travels on September 24th- 2014.

I’ve been looking forward to this all year now.  With ticket sorted, and my count down begins to a well deserved break. 81 more words

Iceland

Freedom (or not) of the Icelandic press

The Icelandic press has generally been considered – at least by outsiders – as free from corruption and editorial bias. But is it?

Earlier this week, one of the editors of the widely-read newspaper… 128 more words

Musings

New on 500px : Powers of Nature by stefanbrenner

“Everything in Nature contains all the powers of Nature. Everything is made of one hidden stuff.” (Ralph Waldo Emerson)

This ‘little’ man is starring at the mesmerizing Dynjandi waterfall in Iceland with its beautiful water cascades. 8 more words

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New concerns - Iceland volcano: magma moving towards new volcanic system – could set off another volcano

August 2014 ICELAND - The magma from Iceland’s Bardarbunga volcano could be moving towards another large volcanic system. Data recorded by a team from the University of Cambridge suggests that 50 million cubic meters of molten rock has moved in the last 24 hours. 466 more words
Earth Changes

misswillow1974 reblogged this on Willow Andreasson's Journey Into The Mysteries of Life and commented:

Thank you Alvin for posting this update on the Bardabunga Volcano in Iceland. A huge amount of magma has moved so very, very quickly, with a number of potential scenarios being examined as a consequence.
I'm keeping an eye on the Azores Islands, by the way. 'Why?', I hear you asking. M3.2 and M3.6 affecting the Azores yesterday evening, Universal Time. Just keep a close eye on the Azores, that is all...