Magma may again be accumulating under Iceland’s Bárðarbunga volcano.

An eruption on Holuhraun.
An eruption on Holuhraun.

The volcanic system last erupted at Holuhraun, between August 2014 and February 2015, creating a 85 sq km lava field – the largest in Iceland for 250 years – and producing more sulphur than Europe does over the course of a year. Holuhraun is 40km southwest of Bárðarbunga itself, but geologists believe the next eruption could be in the volcano itself. Read more: icelandreview.com 

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