Статьи, помеченные тэгом ‘Icelandic volcano’

Volcano in Iceland: a cloud of ash again swaddled Europe

Sunday, May 9th, 2010

Volcano in Iceland continues to terrorize Europe. A new cloud of ash and dust from the eruption of an Icelandic volcano continues to disrupt air traffic in some regions of Europe. Dozens of flights canceled or delayed at airports in France, northern Italy, some parts of Spain and Portugal. Changed routes of transatlantic flights – to avoid the area where the altitude of 6,000 meters is volcanic dust, dangerous for aircraft engines.

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Katla volcano in Iceland ready to erupt

Sunday, April 25th, 2010

Iceland wakes up more powerful volcano. That’s it might wake up another Icelandic volcano – Katla. It is much stronger and more of his “brother”. Katla in size ten times smaller brother, and at its peak has a much more significant reserves of ice. Icelandic Volcano week terrorized Europe: loss Eurozone economy billions of dollars.

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Another volcano is set to erupt in Iceland

Wednesday, April 21st, 2010

The eruption of Eyjafjallajokull volcano threw Europe into state of chaos, leading to paralysis of European air communication. Millions of people spent five days in the airports waiting for the opportunity to return home and airlines suffered great financial losses. But it seems that the current volcanic eruption isn’t the worst thing that awaits Europe this year – another Icelandic volcano, which is much bigger than Eyjafjallajokull is likely to erupt this year.

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Volcanic eruption in Iceland: effects

Wednesday, April 21st, 2010

Immediately after the eruption of an Icelandic volcano experts had hoped that the dominant transport ash to happen to the north and north-east, in the Barents Sea. However, the ashes to the south and south-east, i.e. in Europe.

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Icelandic Volcano compared with the terrorist attack

Wednesday, April 21st, 2010

Volcano in Iceland has become a real terrorist attack for Europe. European airlines see losses from stop flights, criticizing the actions aviavlastey and doubting that the closure of air space was needed. Major carriers have conducted dozens of successful test flights, although NATO fix the problems with their fighters.

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Volcano in Iceland continues eruption, flies are cancelled

Tuesday, April 20th, 2010

Despite reports of a possible decrease in volcanic activity in Iceland, plans to open the airspace over the UK may be disrupted due to the emergence of the country a new cloud of ash ejected Icelandic volcano. International exhibition “Medical Tourism”, which was to be held April 17-18 in London, was postponed due to problems with flights.

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Volcanic eruption in Iceland: another volcano may wake up soon

Tuesday, April 20th, 2010

Icelandic Volcano, that knocked schedule throughout Europe and has caused concern among asthmatics, brought good news to the fighters to global warming. As stated by experts of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), a dense cloud of ash formed in the sky after the eruption circled the globe for 3-4 years and would slow global warming. According to volcanologists, Eyyafyatlayokudl poses no danger to humanity. However, there are fears that soon may wake up other Icelandic volcano – and in this case, the consequences would be catastrophic already.

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Volcano in Iceland: eruption isn’t so active

Monday, April 19th, 2010

Volcanic eruption in Iceland, nearly completed, reported today British broadcaster Sky News referring to the representatives of the British Meteorological Office. “Eruption virtually ceased. Below the six thousand feet / 1,8 km / observed only a very small amount of ash” – said representatives of the Met. They also reported that traces of volcanic ash were observed above the mark at 35 thousand feet / 10.5 km /.

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Volcano in Iceland and global cataclysms

Monday, April 19th, 2010

Volcano in Iceland is only a speck of dust in the system of global cataclysms. Icelandic volcano, whose name I will not dare say without hesitation, have reached the hackneyed idea of the fragility of civilization, that nature is still far stronger than man, well and the transitory nature of existence in general. With such a melancholy head Europeans should be particularly pleased to enjoy the heavenly glow of the eruption – an unprecedented scarlet and purple sunsets, like the one he saw in his unit Shakhmatovo June 4, 1901:

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Volcano in Iceland has increased activity

Monday, April 19th, 2010

Icelandic volcano, which European air passengers has been dubbed the cause of all misfortunes, began to erupt with even greater force. However, despite the strengthening of disaster, the European Association of airports and the Association of European Airlines called to cancel an unprecedented restriction of air traffic in Europe.

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