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  • 1. Hazard zoning

    the no-access area around the eruption site by the Icelandic Civil Protection throughout the eruption. Preliminary maps were produced considering a short meteorological data set (one month); and were only done for 50% and 90% likelihood of occurrence. A more proper data set of runs was done using 10 years of meteorological data from the ECMWF and probabilistic hazard maps accounting /pollution-and-radiation/volcanic-gas/hazard-zoning/
  • 2. Hazard zoning

    the no-access area around the eruption site by the Icelandic Civil Protection throughout the eruption. Preliminary maps were produced considering a short meteorological data set (one month); and were only done for 50% and 90% likelihood of occurrence. A more proper data set of runs was done using 10 years of meteorological data from the ECMWF and probabilistic hazard maps accounting /pollution-and-radiation/volcanic-gas/hazard-zoning
  • 3. 100 days of gas release at Holuhraun

    ) with peaks up to 1300 kg/s (~112 kT/d). Assuming a constant release of gas until today, the eruption has injected into the atmosphere an amount of SO2 in the range 3.5 Mt (considering the average flux) – 11.2 Mt (considering the peak). These numbers could be compared with the largest gas-rich eruption which occurred in Iceland in 1783-1784 (Laki eruption, Skaftáreldar, Móðuharðindin) and lasted 8 /pollution-and-radiation/volcanic-gas/measurements/
  • 4. 100 days of gas release at Holuhraun

    ) with peaks up to 1300 kg/s (~112 kT/d). Assuming a constant release of gas until today, the eruption has injected into the atmosphere an amount of SO2 in the range 3.5 Mt (considering the average flux) – 11.2 Mt (considering the peak). These numbers could be compared with the largest gas-rich eruption which occurred in Iceland in 1783-1784 (Laki eruption, Skaftáreldar, Móðuharðindin) and lasted 8 /pollution-and-radiation/volcanic-gas/measurements
  • 5. 100 days of gas release at Holuhraun

    ) with peaks up to 1300 kg/s (~112 kT/d). Assuming a constant release of gas until today, the eruption has injected into the atmosphere an amount of SO2 in the range 3.5 Mt (considering the average flux) – 11.2 Mt (considering the peak). These numbers could be compared with the largest gas-rich eruption which occurred in Iceland in 1783-1784 (Laki eruption, Skaftáreldar, Móðuharðindin) and lasted 8 /pollution-and-radiation/volcanic-gas/measurements/nr/3036
  • 6. 100 days of gas release at Holuhraun

    ) with peaks up to 1300 kg/s (~112 kT/d). Assuming a constant release of gas until today, the eruption has injected into the atmosphere an amount of SO2 in the range 3.5 Mt (considering the average flux) – 11.2 Mt (considering the peak). These numbers could be compared with the largest gas-rich eruption which occurred in Iceland in 1783-1784 (Laki eruption, Skaftáreldar, Móðuharðindin) and lasted 8 /pollution-and-radiation/volcanic-gas/measurements/nr/3036/
  • 7. bb100days_ens

    in the volcanic cloud. The more abundant gases present are SO2, CO2, HCl, HF, H2O. In the first month and half we had an averaged flux equals to 400 kg/s (~35 kT/d) with peaks up to 1300 kg/s (~112 kT/d). Assuming a constant release of gas until today, the eruption has injected into the atmosphere an amount of SO2 in the range 3.5 Mt (considering the average flux) – 11.2 Mt (considering the peak /media/jar/bb100days_ens.pdf
  • 8. Monitoring Öræfajökull – update 22. Dec. 2017

    and the ice-surface deformation.When considering all these data together, the interpretation is that the activity in Öræfajökull has been fairly stable over the last weeks without showing acceleration in the process. But it is considered too early to conclude that the activity is decreasing. For this reason the Icelandic Meteorological Office keeps the YELLOW level for the Aviation Color Code /about-imo/news/monitoring-oraefajokull-update-22-dec-2017
  • 9. Monitoring Öræfajökull – update 22. Dec. 2017

    and the ice-surface deformation.When considering all these data together, the interpretation is that the activity in Öræfajökull has been fairly stable over the last weeks without showing acceleration in the process. But it is considered too early to conclude that the activity is decreasing. For this reason the Icelandic Meteorological Office keeps the YELLOW level for the Aviation Color Code /about-imo/news/monitoring-oraefajokull-update-22-dec-2017/
  • 10. Factsheet_Bardarbunga-140911

    supporting the assumption that the amount of magma flowing into the dyke continues to be similar to the magma erupted to the surface. Considering the time period since the beginning of the eruption slight movements towards the Bárðarbunga caldera indicate continuing subsidence of the caldera.  Three scenarios are considered most likely: o Subsidence of the Bárðarbunga caldera stops /media/jar/Factsheet_Bardarbunga-140911.pdf

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