Bárðarbunga – three weeks of tweets

It’s been over 3 weeks since unrest began at Bárðarbunga, and nearly a fortnight since the fissure eruption began at the Holuhraun.  It’s come at a busy time, so I haven’t managed to blog as much as I would have liked to.  I have been trying to provide context and interesting information via the @volcan01010 Twitter account instead.  This post is a compilation of tweets from the past few weeks.

I’m leaving for Iceland this afternoon to join the team of geologists from the Institute of Earth Sciences at the University of Iceland who are monitoring the lava flow.  I’ll be away for a week and hope to keep you updated from the field.

Enjoy.

Sources of good information

Bárdarbunga monitoring and context

Holuhraun / Bárðarbunga videos and pictures

Iceland geology

Links to my blog posts

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3 Comments

  1. Hi,

    with special permission I had the unique chance to photograph directly at the eruption – a few of my best pictures are online on my website:

    http://www.lukas-gawenda.de/bildergalerie/vulkanausbruch-island/

    Please let me know if you are interested in licencing my pictures:

    http://www.lukas-gawenda.de/kontakt/

    Kind regards,
    Lukas

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