You know Eyjafjallajökull,
… now you might have to learn a new name: Bárðarbunga.
There has been intense seismic activity since last Saturday in Bárðarbunga, one of Icelands many volcanoes, situated in the northwestern part of Vatnajokull, Iceland’s largest glacier.
Scientists say that the earthquakes are a strong indication of magma movement underneath the surface, and they do not rule out that an eruption might occur.
The Icelandic Broadcast service posts updates in english at ruv.is/volcano
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