Статьи, помеченные тэгом ‘Icelandic volcano’

Volcano in Iceland ceased, but not for long

Sunday, May 23rd, 2010

Volcano in Iceland is not do dangerous now, as it was before. Now from the vent of the volcano is still smoke rising, but the ash is not. According to experts, the minimum activity of the volcano, however, say that the eruption had ended too early.

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Volcano in Iceland remains very dangerous

Saturday, May 22nd, 2010

Volcano in Iceland still remains one of the greatest problems in Europe. According to recent University of Iceland, the eruption of the main Icelandic volcano slowed: lava flow has completely stopped, and the volcano emits only a small amount of ash.

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FTSE, DAX and CAC were covered with Icelandic volcano ash

Monday, May 17th, 2010

Markets in Europe were covered with Icelandic volcano ash. Europe can not get out of the crisis … This circumstance is mainly due to the fact that the bidders have decided to heed the opinion of analysts on the overvalued securities of the European region. In particular, Credit Suisse Group analysts advised clients to buy shares of European companies, and representatives of Morgan Stanley established rating better than the market “for most European markets. In turn, UBS analysts urged investors to purchase shares of German companies.

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The volcano in Iceland awakened new volcanoes

Sunday, May 16th, 2010

Icelandic eruption of the volcano, which paralyzed air travel, according to scientists, perhaps marks the beginning of the burst of volcanic activity, which will affect the life of Europe for decades. Scientists have reconstructed the chronology of 205 volcanic eruptions in Iceland for 1100 years and came to the conclusion that they are regular cycles, and a relatively quiet phase, which lasted five decades, is coming to an end.

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Ash cloud is over UK again

Sunday, May 16th, 2010

Great Britain civil aviation management has closed its airspace in several parts of Nothern Ireland until 13:00 of Sunday. It is because of Icelandic volcano activity which ash cloud spreads over the UK.

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Volcano in Iceland canceled the new flights

Sunday, May 16th, 2010

Volcano in Iceland continues to hamper air service in the UK. Icelandic volcanic ash covers the sky of Britain. Civil Aviation Authority of Britain has closed on Sunday to 17:00 BST on time for flights in the airspace of several parts of Northern Ireland.

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Volcano in Iceland has sent new portion of ashes and dust

Sunday, May 9th, 2010

Volcano continues to make great problems for EU, that can’t be solved anyway. In some European countries once again extend a cloud of volcanic ash – from the volcanic eruption in Iceland. Hundreds of flights canceled in airports in Portugal, Spain and Germany. Disrupted as flights in France, Italy, closed some airports in Austria.

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Volcano in Iceland closes new airports

Sunday, May 9th, 2010

Volcano is still alive. A new cloud of volcanic ash from Icelandic volcano continues to move towards Europe. Through the southern part of Switzerland it got to the Apennine peninsula. Italian authorities were forced to order the closure of airports in Milan, Pisa and Florence. The government promised to open them today, but everything will depend on how dangerous clouds will be.

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Volcano in Iceland began to terror in Europe with a new and no less force

Sunday, May 9th, 2010

The volcano in Iceland proves Europe that about peaceful life in the Old World they can only dream. To hope that the situation has improved is not necessary. The majority of flights between Europe and North America postponed because of the Icelandic volcano. Ashes cover an increasing part of the sky of Europe. A cloud of dust, which formed from the eruption drifted to the wind from the north to the south of the Old World.

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Cloud of ash from Iceland strikes the European aviation

Sunday, May 9th, 2010

Volcano in Iceland is still dangerous enough. Volcanic cloud again spreading through Europe. Lifted 900 flights. Due to the change of wind direction on the UK and Ireland is coming from the north of Iceland a new cloud of volcanic ash, which can result in the next day to the closure of a number of airports.

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