Monday, May 23, 2011

Iceland Volcano Eruption May 2011

Iceland Volcano Eruption May 2011 - New volcanic eruption in Iceland seems stronger than last year's explosion in flight shutdown, but should not affect international flights, a geophysicist at the Icelandic Meteorological Office said Sunday. "I do not expect that this will have the same effect as Eyjafjöll volcano, because the ashes are not

how beautiful it is, "Gunnar Gudmundsson told AFP. "I do not think this will have much effect on international flights, or that automatically from foreign airports, he said, adding that but it could easily" interfere with domestic flights. “

The most active volcanic eruption on Iceland Grimsvoetn, located in the largest glacier Vatnajökull began in the late evening Saturday, erupted just over a year after the Eyjafjöll nearby. Officials say the latest epidemic is unlikely to cause similar problems, even if the ban was introduced in the region.

Iceland Volcano Eruptions, which is often along the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, which separates the Eurasian and North American continental plate. Iceland Meteorological Office horses geologist Hjorleifr Sveinbjörnsson news agency Reuters that Grímsvötn was a cloud of white smoke over 15 km (9 miles) thrown into the air. "It can be a big eruption, but it is unlikely that, like last year, he added. Isavia Islands Airport Authority said the ban on flights of 120 nautical miles around the area was imposed.


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