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Iceland: volcanic activity grows

Thursday, April 22nd, 2010

The activity of volcanoes in Iceland today intensified. This is reported by specialists in volcanology. If on Friday a column of ash was tall at six miles, but now he has risen to eight and a half miles. Professor of Geophysics, University of Iceland Magnus Tumi Gudmundson eve noted that scientists are no predictions when completed eruption.

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Volcano in Iceland: cloud of ash rising

Sunday, April 18th, 2010

Europe awaits in fear for news about the eruption in Iceland. A cloud of volcanic ash in Iceland continues to grow, the Associated Press reported with reference to the British meteorologist from the National Weather Service forecast Britain’s National Weather Service Graeme Leach.

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Volcano in Iceland: eruption of ash continues to cover the whole world

Saturday, April 17th, 2010

Volcano in Iceland continues to terrorize Europe. Volcanic activity in Iceland continues above it is seen a column of ash – a thick dark-gray cloud height of 9.1 kilometers, according to the Associated Press referring to a meteorologist from the British National Service Weather Forecast Britain’s National Weather Service Graeme Leach.

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