If a couple of these babies should pop off, we could be looking at lots more melting ice.
Below is a live cam covering a possible imminent eruption that scientists predict to make it to the crust in the next few hours.
“The area already is under scrutiny for its melting ice cap, and some have suggested buried volcanoes could be a reason.”
Spot on! I’ve been saying this for years.
Scientists concerned: “this is an anomaly”
As a result, authorities have recently raised the threat level for this volcano.
Not only are volcanoes melting the ice in Antarctica, previous studies show that underwater volcanoes (not humans) are melting ice in the Arctic.
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.