Volcano Eruption on the Rise Due to ‘Cauldrons’ in the Icelandic Glacier

August 28, 2014 4:47 PM

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Ice over the rumbling Bardarbunga volcano in Iceland has melted to unveil a row of cauldrons stretched at 1 km wide in length which is mostly due to a sub glacial eruption and hence the country’s meteorological office said late on wednesday. The rumbling has been a cause of concern for an eruption that could spell trouble for air travel. An ash cloud from the volcano made by eruption of Eyjafjallajokull was the reason for the closing up of the Europe’s airspace for six whole days.

According to the website of the Met Office, it was shown that it had not examined an increase in the level of tremors in connection with the discovery of the cauldrons that measure 10 to 15 meters deep and 4 to 6 km in length.

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