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Eyjafjallajokull Volcano Eruption (2010)

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  • Iceland volcano's ash plume seen from space

     
    The ash plume from the unpronounceable Eyjafjallajokull volcano (above, in AP Photo by Brynjar Gaudi) continues to drift across parts of Britain and Northern Europe today. The gritty, abrasive dust can damage aircraft engines and literally grind them to...
  • Volcano sends salmon sky high

     
    The price of salmon is going the way of volcanic ash -- up, up, up -- and the reason is the Icelandic eruption. That's according to Alan Morstein of Regi's American Bistro, who writes:"The volcano in Iceland does not only......
  • What a mess ... Nature's ash, BP's oil from space

     
    Between the leaking BP oil well and the ash-spewing Eyjafjalljokull volcano in Iceland, there is plenty of crud in the air and water to catch the eye of high-flying satellites.NASA today released new images of both events. The shot of......
  • Iceland eruption a "little fart in the ... ocean"

     
    Curious about how Iceland's ongoing volcanic eruption compares with other famous eruptions, like Mt. St. Helens in 1980, or Mt. Vesuvius when it buried Pompeii in A.D. 79 ? Ever wonder how the devil Icelanders pronounce Eyjafjallajokull? Here are all...
  • 'The Bachelorette' recap:

     
    Here's Kathryn on The Bachelorette, including ... well, I don't want to spoil it for you: So I finally got hip and didn't watch the 'This week, on The Bachelorette' previews. I still have suspicions on who gets one of......
  • Quake hits Iceland volcano, no sign of fresh eruption: Met office

    STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - A large earthquake hit Iceland's Bardarbunga volcano system early on Saturday, but there was no sign of a fresh eruption, the country's Meteorological Office said. Authorities have been on alert since a surge of small quakes there...
  • Iceland volcano eruption prompts aviation red alert

    Iceland volcano eruption prompts aviation red alert
    A small new fissure eruption in an ice-free area of Iceland's Bardarbunga volcano system prompted authorities to raise their warning of the risk of ash to aviation to the highest level Sunday. Iceland's largest volcanic system, which cuts a 118-mile-...
  • Volcanic eruption in Papua New Guinea causes flight diversions

    SYDNEY (Reuters) - A volcanic eruption in Papua New Guinea on Friday sent smoke and ash spewing high over the South Pacific island nation, leading some aircraft to alter their flight paths. Mount Tavurvur on East New Britain Island erupted hours before...
  • Iceland lowers volcano warning as no sign of eruption

    Iceland lowers volcano warning as no sign of eruption
    Iceland lowered its warning code for possible volcanic disruption to the aviation industry to orange from red on Sunday after further analysis of an apparent eruption under a glacier found there had been no eruption after all. The risk level had been...
  • Iceland raises volcano warning level to highest red after small eruption

    Iceland raises volcano warning level to highest red after small eruption
    A small volcanic eruption has occurred under Iceland's Dyngjujokull glacier, prompting authorities to raise the warning code for aviation to red, the highest level, Iceland's meteorological office said on Saturday. The region of the Bardarbunga volcano,...
  • Eruption risk rising for earthquake-racked volcano in Iceland

    Eruption risk rising for earthquake-racked volcano in Iceland
    Thousands of small earthquakes have rattled Iceland's Bardarbunga volcano over the last five days, prompting meteorologists to warn of an increasing risk of eruption and causing public safety authorities to evacuate tourists from the popular summer...
  • Go Away With ... R.L. Stine

    Go Away With ... R.L. Stine
    Thanks to the popularity of his "Goosebumps" novels, R.L. Stine, 69, is referred to by many fans as the Stephen King of children's books. He says that when he does book tours, he often meets people who said his books "traumatized" them when they were...