Valin Posted August 5, 2022 Share Posted August 5, 2022 Aug 4, 2022 A new volcanic eruption recently began in Iceland just outside of the nation's capital. What was initially a 100 meter long fissure is now more than 350 meters or 1,148 feet in length and has created somewhat of a surprise. This new eruption is outputting a volume of lava which is more than 5 times higher than witnessed in a similar eruption last year. So, what will happen next? Where will the lava flow? This video will answer these two questions and the ongoing volcanic eruption. Links to more official sources: (Snip) 0:00 A New Eruption in Iceland 0:28 A High Lava Effusion Rate 1:31 Lava Flow Paths 1:52 A VEI 0 Eruption 2:15 Sulfur Dioxide 2:55 Geldingadalir, Krysuvik, or Fagradalsfjall? 3:38 Conclusion Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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