Although no major changes have been reported in the eruption in Iceland’s Holuhraun volcano, the lava field has grown to more than 52 square kilometres (20 sq miles).
Bad weather is preventing proper observation of the eruption at times, but the eruption remains about the same size as it was when it started five weeks ago.
The highest crater, called Baugur, is now some 100 meters tall. The crater called Suðri is around 40 to 50 meters tall. Other craters in the eruption are smaller.
See photo of craters, including their names:
Thanks to Sonya Porter for this link