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EGU on Twitter: "Subsidence by hundreds of meters possible #Bardarbunga http://www.ruv.is/frett/subsidence-by-hundreds-of-meters-possible  Magma from Bardarbunga is being 'siphoned off' to fuel the eruptions at the Holuhrauns rift.  This section indicates one possibility: he subsidence will stop and the Holuhraun eruption slowly fades out.

EGU on Twitter: "Subsidence by hundreds of meters possible #Bardarbunga http://www.ruv.is/frett/subsidence-by-hundreds-of-meters-possible Magma from Bardarbunga is being 'siphoned off' to fuel the eruptions at the Holuhrauns rift. This section indicates one possibility: he subsidence will stop and the Holuhraun eruption slowly fades out.

Volcano Bardarbunga.  Þegar ís bráðnar og breytist í vatn breytist eðlismassinn úr 0,92 í 1,00. Þegar jökull bráðnar (segjum 100 m há vatnssúla) þannig að vatnið komist ekki burt (liggur á botninum!) minnkar rúmmálið úr 100m x1,00/0,92 = 108,7 m í 100 m eða um 8,7 m.  Spurning Er landsigið mælt á yfirborðinu (og gæti því verið bráðnun vegna eldgoss) eða er hæð botnsins mældur, sem þýðir landsig? Volcano Bárðarbunga Pétur Blöndal 8.9. 2014. NCO eCommerce, www.netkaup.is

Volcano Bardarbunga. Þegar ís bráðnar og breytist í vatn breytist eðlismassinn úr 0,92 í 1,00. Þegar jökull bráðnar (segjum 100 m há vatnssúla) þannig að vatnið komist ekki burt (liggur á botninum!) minnkar rúmmálið úr 100m x1,00/0,92 = 108,7 m í 100 m eða um 8,7 m. Spurning Er landsigið mælt á yfirborðinu (og gæti því verið bráðnun vegna eldgoss) eða er hæð botnsins mældur, sem þýðir landsig? Volcano Bárðarbunga Pétur Blöndal 8.9. 2014. NCO eCommerce, www.netkaup.is

Subsidence by hundreds of meters possible Bardarbunga http://www.ruv.is/frett/subsidence-by-hundreds-of-meters-possible    This section indicates one possibility:  subsidence could continue, along with the eruption in Holuhraun another eruption could start, possibly under the Dyngjujokull glacier. In this scenario, the eruption(s) could last for a longer time, with lava volume possibly measured in cubic kilometres thus causing greater subsidence in the Bardarbunga caldera.

Subsidence by hundreds of meters possible Bardarbunga http://www.ruv.is/frett/subsidence-by-hundreds-of-meters-possible This section indicates one possibility: subsidence could continue, along with the eruption in Holuhraun another eruption could start, possibly under the Dyngjujokull glacier. In this scenario, the eruption(s) could last for a longer time, with lava volume possibly measured in cubic kilometres thus causing greater subsidence in the Bardarbunga caldera.

Copper Porphyry Deposit Models from Porphyry Copper Assessment of Northeast Asia—Far East Russia and Northeasternmost China   http://pubs.usgs.gov/sir/2010/5090/w/

Copper Porphyry Deposit Models from Porphyry Copper Assessment of Northeast Asia—Far East Russia and Northeasternmost China http://pubs.usgs.gov/sir/2010/5090/w/

Volcano in Iceland; Bardarbunga Eruption. A possible scenario No 3. ( Hugsanleg atburðarás No 3 ) Hugleiðingar um öskjusig í Bárðarbungu og mögulegar sviðsmyndir | Jarðvísindastofnun - Institute of Earth Sciences. 11.9. 2014, NCO eCommerce, www.netkaup.is

Volcano in Iceland; Bardarbunga Eruption. A possible scenario No 3. ( Hugsanleg atburðarás No 3 ) Hugleiðingar um öskjusig í Bárðarbungu og mögulegar sviðsmyndir | Jarðvísindastofnun - Institute of Earth Sciences. 11.9. 2014, NCO eCommerce, www.netkaup.is

Contact Metamorphism Vs. Regional Metamorphism | Geology IN

Contact Metamorphism Vs. Regional Metamorphism | Geology IN

How cool is this island mountain called Kirkjufell in Icelend? Okay its technically attached to mainland but you must admire the roundness and uniform shape. It's like a giant sombrero hat mated with a pyramid.

Kirkjufell Mountain, Iceland

How cool is this island mountain called Kirkjufell in Icelend? Okay its technically attached to mainland but you must admire the roundness and uniform shape. It's like a giant sombrero hat mated with a pyramid.

Figure 5. Conceptual ground-water flow in a fractured-rock setting (modified from Harlow and LeCain, 1991). (Click to view larger image)

Figure 5. Conceptual ground-water flow in a fractured-rock setting (modified from Harlow and LeCain, 1991). (Click to view larger image)

Types of volcanic eruptions | Geology Page

Types of volcanic eruptions | Geology Page

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