Thursday, 20 May 2010

Mt Unpronounceable contrast and compare

Have a look at the two images. Is it me or is the Eyjafjallajökull ash plume much thinner than before? The Earthquake count in the area is down, and on the infra red webcam image, the only hotspot registering is sunshine on the lower slopes and meltwater.

Elsewhere in Iceland, there's plenty of rumbling and grumbling under the big Vatnajokull glacier; the Tijornes fracture zone and Reykjavik peninsula.

Meanwhile, according to the VAAC, Chaiten in Chile is still erupting and rated Red on the Volcanic alert scale. In Greece, well, here's todays screengrab off my Geological overlays on Google Earth.

Makes you think, don't it?

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