Day: September 11, 2014
The sulfur dioxide (SO2) levels in Reyðarfjörður, East Iceland, yesterday were more than four times the record levels detected in the town on Saturday. As reported, the pollution, caused by the Holuhraun eruption, measured 2550μg/m3 at its peak yesterday.
Neunzehn verschiedene Fluggesellschaften boten im August Flüge von Keflavík aus an. Jeden Tag starteten durchschnittlich 55 Linienflüge nach Europa und Nordamerika.
The smell of sulfur dioxide from the Holuhraun eruption has been detected on the west coast of Norway, according to public broadcaster NRK.
Scientists believe that the new lava from the Holuhraun eruption could block glacial river Jökulsá á Fjöllum, as it is now approaching an area where the river flows through old lava instead of sand and will no longer be able to retreat.
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