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Eyjafjöll Still Erupting

Posted by feww on March 31, 2010

Eyjafjöll Volcano on Fimmvörduháls Continues Erupting

As volcanic activity at the Fimmvörduháls in south Iceland waxes and wanes, an expert said up to 20 million cubic meters of pyroclasts may have been ejected from the fissure.

Local geophysicist Magnús Tumi Gudmundsson said the volcano may have spewed an estimated, 15-20 million cubic meters of tephra since the eruption began on March 21.  The lava now covers an area of about one square kilometer, he told a local newspaper.


Tephra fountain seen at Fimmvörduháls. Source . Image may be subject to copyright. Click image to enlarge.


Lava Fall created by eruption at Iceland’s Fimmvörduháls  Source. Image may be subject to copyright.
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Increased Volcanic Activity in Iceland
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