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This guest blog provides us with an interesting update about the Icelandic volcano called Katla, which has been predicted to erupt shortly after the eruption of it’s ash bellowing neighbour Ejafjallajokull. The 2010 eruption of the Icelandic volcano Ejafjallajokull, produced dust clouds which played havoc with air travel in North West Europe, as airlines had to err [...]
In 2010 air travel across the UK and Europe was disrupted by the eruption of a volcano in Iceland. The volcano was one of the smaller ones on the island. But why is Iceland covered in active volcanoes? Iceland is located in the North Atlantic Ocean and sits directly over the Mid-Atlantic Ridge. This ridge [...]