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Iceland eruption: How tech can help predict the next volcanic event

19/03/2024

On Saturday, a giant 3-kilometre fissure opened up in the ground on the Reykjanes Peninsula in Iceland, sending a river of molten lava flowing across the landscape. The eruption is the fourth and largest to hit the region since December. It has forced some 3,800 residents from the nearby town of Grindavik to evacuate....
On Saturday, a giant 3-kilometre fissure opened up in the ground on the Reykjanes Peninsula in Iceland, sending a river of molten lava flowing across the landscape. The is the fourth and largest to hit the region since December. It has forced some 3,800 residents from the nearby town of Grindavik to evacuate. Many have said they have no plans to return. Another view of when the #eruption started a short while ago in #Iceland. The ground just opens up and boom! Just amazing!!! 🤩 Speed X20 pic.twitter.com/oXEeub7MbB — Volcaholic 🌋 (@volcaholic1) March 16, 2024 The Icelandic Meteorological Service…This story continues at The Next Web
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