The Icelandic Meteorological Office (IMO) reported that volcanic eruptions occurred Monday about 20 miles from the capital city of Reykjavik. The eruptions occurred following a period of seismic activity in the vicinity.
Magns Tumi Gumundsson, a geophysics professor at the University of Iceland, stated, “This is a much bigger eruption, even ten times bigger than the first eruption, and possibly three times bigger than eruption number two.”
Voyagers were cautioned to avoid the region in view of the contamination and anybody occupying the region is being asked to leave, said Hjördís Guðmundsdóttir, Correspondences Overseer of the Common Protection in Iceland.
The eruption began shortly before 5 p.m. on Monday at the mountain of Litla-Hrt on the Reykjanes Peninsula. On the side of the Fagradalsfjall mountain, lava and smoke were visible in drone footage captured by sak Finnbogason.
It is being suggested that people on the Reykjanes Peninsula and even Snfellsnes shut their windows.
Guni Th, President On the office’s Facebook page, Jóhannesson wrote a post about the eruption.
“From here in Bessastaður, the emission should be visible somewhere far off, and we keep on checking its encouraging, similar to every one of you, from a protected distance, Jóhannesson said.”
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Why is there a lot of volcanic activity in Iceland?
Iceland encounters continuous volcanic action because of its one of a kind land position. The country is at the intersection of a powerful mantle plume that is creating a hot spot on the surface and a spreading plate boundary on the Mid-Atlantic Ocean ridge. These powerful powers cooperate to produce a lot of magma, which fills the holes in the covering made by the spreading plates. Accordingly, ejections happen as often as possible along the break zone.