Iceland on Red Alert

The Guardian [UK] – Iceland aviation on red alert again after more volcanic activity

No ash detected, but authorities raise warning to the highest level and close airspace to 18,000 feet

Icelandic officials report eruption near Bardarbunga

The event was described as being not highly explosive — and thus not producing much of the fine ash that can affect aircraft engines.

Iceland Puts Airlines on High Alert after Volcanic Eruption

 

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15 thoughts on “Iceland on Red Alert

  1. Alert status back to Orange, as current eruption has ceased. This event is far from over though. Large earthquakes have continued this afternoon and fissure is on the move once again…

  2. This is LA-10 surface recorder at the sinkhole everything getting ready to blow up at the sinkhole.
    I think their having a bad thunderstorms passing though Bayou Corne right now.

  3. Stunning Icelandic lava flows illuminate desolate landscape (VIDEO).
    Excerpt:
    Lava fountains rose to around 50 meters on Sunday at the Bardarbunga volcano, which took the aviation warning to red, the highest on the scale. There has been a lot of seismic activity in the area and Einar Heinarsson, a spokesman from Iceland’s department of civil protections says,
    http://rt.com/news/184780-iceland-volcano-eruption-lava/

    Picture of lava fountains

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  5. Great video of Bárdarbunga volcano provided by dutchsinse. Daytime, some nighttime, and aerial footage of eruption. Nighttime aerial footage shows lava spewing from fissure JEC warned us about.
    9/05/2014 — MUST SEE!! Amazing Lava Flows at Ic…: http://youtu.be/rrKiqdKihDI

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