Flyover Fissure Images – Bardarbunga

New footage (taken 01.09.2014) from the eruption north of Bárðarbunga in Holuhraun.
Pilot: Ragnar Eldon Haraldsson
Cameraman: Skarphéðinn Snorrason
Flyover Fissure, Cameraman: Skarphéðinn Snorrason
Flyover Fissure, Cameraman: Skarphéðinn Snorrason
Flyover Fissure, Cameraman: Skarphéðinn Snorrason
Flyover Fissure, Cameraman: Skarphéðinn Snorrason
Flyover Fissure, Cameraman: Skarphéðinn Snorrason

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2 Comments to “Flyover Fissure Images – Bardarbunga”

  1. Sure appreciate all your hard work. I can only comment . . . away from . . . and I miss cheering you on, there . . . supposed to be “temporary” . . . will see . . .

    What are your hunches, impressions, intuitions re Bardabunga and that whole system at this point? Or, putting it another way . . . what are your 3 most likely scenarios over the next 1-12 weeks?

    That map with the more than 6,000 quakes was very well done and quite impressively informative, imho.

    I keep wondering if the river will be further dammed up, or not.

    It sure sounds like Iceland’s own experts expect some dramatic and prolonged things out of the system.

    Anyway–Congrats on being such a faithful and top flight Quake and Volcano Jockey!

    • thank you daaixin.
      I don’t think Bardarbunga itself will erupt, but rather that the area of the fissure will continue to grow and form new volcanic cones, perhaps the river will eventually be cut off and either form a lake or find a new course closer to Vadalda.

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