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The Mount Fagradalsfjall eruption (recorded webinar)

The Mt. Fagradalsfjall on Iceland erupted in March 2021 and the eruption is still active. In June it was organised a webinar where volcanic, tectonic, and seismic experts gave a picture of the eruption. Watch the recorded webinar on YouTube 

Screenshot: Mt Fagradalsfjell eruption on Iceland: Introduction and welcome at the webinar, June 2021.

Mt Fagradalsfjell eruption: Introduction and welcome at the webinar, June 2021. A screenshot from the recorded webinar, that can be seen on YouTube.

Mount Fagradalsfjall is at the Reykjanes Peninsula, Iceland. The Fagradalsfjall volcano erupted 19 March 2021 and is still active today. The eruption is an example of Earth's dynamic forces and has been of the worlds attraction ever since it erupted.

In June 2021 The Centre for Earth Evolution and Dynamics/CEED/UiO and American Geophysical Union/AGU organised a webinar on the Mount Fagradalsfjall volcanic eruption. The webinar shares a complete picture of the eruption given from a team of volcanic, tectonic, and seismic experts and researchers.

Watch the Mt. Fagradalsfjall webinar recording from here:

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By Gunn Kristin Tjoflot
Published Aug. 5, 2021 3:04 PM - Last modified Aug. 5, 2021 4:09 PM