Icelandic volcano erupts amid series of earthquakes

Iceland’s Fagradalsfjall volcano is putting on an impressive display, spewing lava from a fissure on the side of the mountain close to the country’s capital, Reykjavik.

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30 thoughts on “Icelandic volcano erupts amid series of earthquakes

  1. This lava breached in matter of a few days once the series of quakes began. The flow is 4-5x the amount the eruption last year produced. The Crack that opened up is approx 984 ft long. Seems to also be a pressure imbalance occurring where the majority of the flow is coming from the center of the Crack. Some experts say this may mean the Crack will extend further northward OR we may see another area nearby begin to erupt also. Should be interesting.

  2. This lava breached in matter of a few days once the series of quakes began. The flow is 4-5x the amount the eruption last year produced. The Crack that opened up is approx 984 ft long. Seems to also be a pressure imbalance occurring where the majority of the flow is coming from the center of the Crack. Some experts say this may mean the Crack will extend further northward OR we may see another area nearby begin to erupt also. Should be interesting.

  3. This lava breached in matter of a few days once the series of quakes began. The flow is 4-5x the amount the eruption last year produced. The Crack that opened up is approx 984 ft long. Seems to also be a pressure imbalance occurring where the majority of the flow is coming from the center of the Crack. Some experts say this may mean the Crack will extend further northward OR we may see another area nearby begin to erupt also. Should be interesting.

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