Grimsvötn volcano (Iceland): flow rate dramatically increases and suggests peak tomorrow

Grimsvötn volcano (Iceland): flow rate dramatically increases and suggests peak tomorrow

Rapidly growing meltwater rate has reached 2220 cubic meters per second detected between 09:40 and 12:30 local time today and all estimated measurements indicate the upcoming glacial flood peak tomorrow. A number of earthquakes have been recorded in ...
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- Grimsvötn volcano (Iceland): flow rate dramatically increases and suggests peak tomorrow
Rapidly growing meltwater rate has reached 2220 cubic meters per second detected between 09:40 and 12:30 local time today and all estimated measurements indicate the upcoming glacial flood peak tomorrow. A number of earthquakes have been recorded in ...
from: VolcanoDiscovery
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