Filling its magma chambers and emitting enormous quantities of CO2 every day.
Alert code raised to yellow.
Satellite images show a new caldera forming in the ice with a diameter of one kilometer (6/10ths of a mile) in Öræfajökull glacier.
Confirms what I’ve been saying all along!
NASA scientists admit that a massive heat source almost as hot as the Yellowstone supervolcano may be melting the Antarctic ice sheet from below.
Underground streams of heated rock may be melting the ice.
And no one even knew it was there. Researchers also suspect there are undiscovered underwater volcanoes in the region. Includes video.
“Is Iceland About to experience its biggest volcanic eruption yet?” asks the Independent.
Tremors at Katla volcano and a glacial river flood in Múlakvísl prompted the Icelandic Met Office to raise the volcano’s status from green to yellow,
“It is unclear at the moment if this is going to result in a eruption but at the moment it is my view that chances of an eruption happening soon (maybe in matter of hours) is high.” – Blogger Jón Frímann