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Keilir (Iceland) eruption Bernd 03/20/2021 (Sat) 10:31:00 [Preview] No. 43019
After a month or so (?) of unrest under Keilir on Reykjanes peninsula, last night there was finally an eruption. A roughly half-km long fissure opened in Geldingadal ("valley of the castrated").
How will it play out? How far will lava flows reach? Reykjanes peninsula is the most densely populated part of Iceland, though this is relatively far inland and in a valley that will limit spillover.

News articles (in Icelandic) with photos and such:

Coverage of the event so far on volcanocafe:
https://www.volcanocafe.org/possible-runup-phase-at-fagradalsfjall/ (02-26)
https://www.volcanocafe.org/a-reykjanes-story-2/ (03-01)
https://www.volcanocafe.org/imminent-eruption-near-keilir-likely/ (03-03)
https://www.volcanocafe.org/reykjanes-monitor/ (03-06)
https://www.volcanocafe.org/the-happy-dyke-of-fagradalsfjall/ (03-14)
https://www.volcanocafe.org/eruption-at-reykjanes/ (03-19)

Live webcams on míla, from distance:

Another live webcam overlooking the valley itself:

Youtube restream:
https://youtube.com/watch?v=T_9z9-ndZnA [Embed]

Bernd 03/20/2021 (Sat) 10:35:31 [Preview] No.43021 del
oh and this is youtube restream of the ruv.is webcam if you prefer this format https://youtube.com/watch?v=tW_jnF4K0D0 [Embed]

Bernd 03/20/2021 (Sat) 15:41:30 [Preview] No.43027 del
moar liek glass-land amirite

Bernd 03/20/2021 (Sat) 15:56:35 [Preview] No.43028 del
What is the lava angry at?

Bernd 03/20/2021 (Sat) 19:15:01 [Preview] No.43030 del
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Etna also erupted recently:


Are we entering into some cycle of volcanic activity? Or it is normal thing?

Bernd 03/20/2021 (Sat) 19:19:49 [Preview] No.43031 del
Eh, Etna is active about every 2-3 years. Though this time is a bit more spectacular than usual.
Overall it's maybe a little more active than usual globally, but nothing extraordinary.

Two more sites for following volcanoes besides the volcanocafe I linked:

https://lechaudrondevulcain.com/blog-spotlight-two-column/ (daily volcano update blog, in french and english)
https://www.volcanodiscovery.com/ (aggregates volcano data worldwide)

Bernd 03/20/2021 (Sat) 19:27:12 [Preview] No.43032 del
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Timelapse. In second half you can see helicopters and people coming near, gives you a sense of scale.

Bernd 03/20/2021 (Sat) 19:32:41 [Preview] No.43033 del
are you sure it's a Icelandic volcano, the name is too easy to pronounce, I'm not quite sure

Bernd 03/20/2021 (Sat) 21:48:33 [Preview] No.43037 del
Hmm, well the fissure has opened not under Keilir really, but in this area in Geldingadal where placenames are... such.

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Bernd 03/20/2021 (Sat) 23:22:13 [Preview] No.43041 del
Now I read that the webcam overlooking the valley itself (e.g. in >>43032) is located precisely on Borgarfjall.

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Bernd 03/21/2021 (Sun) 13:47:26 [Preview] No.43049 del
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does this affect yoghurt? can I still get my siggis

Bernd 03/21/2021 (Sun) 16:23:01 [Preview] No.43051 del
its do!

No it says the camera was on Borgarfjall but was moved to Fagradalsfjall.

Bernd 03/22/2021 (Mon) 00:13:15 [Preview] No.43056 del
They went visit the lava flow up close.
https://youtube.com/watch?v=f3BD8vqYTho [Embed]

Nothing special happening yet though, it seems. Such eruptions have potential to go for months...

Bernd 03/22/2021 (Mon) 00:18:16 [Preview] No.43057 del
There were quite some visitors, it seems... some were more busy than others.

Bernd 03/22/2021 (Mon) 18:39:37 [Preview] No.43061 del
Looks like it snowed a bit today.

The fissure is now growing a proper cone where most of the lava is coming out.

Bernd 03/23/2021 (Tue) 00:19:47 [Preview] No.43064 del
Poor Icelanders, they don't have the money for domestic heating so they have to get warmth directly from the source.

Bernd 03/23/2021 (Tue) 08:10:59 [Preview] No.43066 del
All those kikes forced them into debtslavery, and they had to cut costs - just so they could pay the interest - started with turning off central heating.

Bernd 03/23/2021 (Tue) 14:19:15 [Preview] No.43070 del
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Cone collapse from yesterday.

Bernd 03/24/2021 (Wed) 02:44:19 [Preview] No.43075 del
Etna is also acting up tonight.
https://youtube.com/watch?v=ULbuPLm6eNU [Embed]

Bernd 03/24/2021 (Wed) 02:45:30 [Preview] No.43076 del

Bernd 03/27/2021 (Sat) 15:50:45 [Preview] No.43133 del
Some guy from instagr*m says that he melted his drone for this video

Bernd 03/29/2021 (Mon) 12:28:56 [Preview] No.43163 del
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Seems like the lava river is developing to be the favourite leisure spot of Icelanders.

Bernd 03/30/2021 (Tue) 08:31:43 [Preview] No.43177 del
You know what they say: "you need to melt a drone if you want awesome footage of a volcano"

I guess it's nice and warm. Except the ball is fucked if it falls into that "river.

Bernd 04/19/2021 (Mon) 18:29:37 [Preview] No.43341 del
What's up with this? Did Iceland melt in the end?

Bernd 04/21/2021 (Wed) 15:13:25 [Preview] No.43365 del
It keeps going at similar rate.
Eruption is similar to Surtsey (which was however mostly submarine) and that lasted 1963-67, creating an island.

>The area of the lava flow reached 0.9 km2, and the total volume is now more than 14 million cubic meters.

In the meanwhile there was also a LOT of explosions at Soufriere, St. Vincent... not much pics and vids tho.
But it erupted a LOT of SO₂ and it even reached the stratosphere. Not enough to affect climate though, I'm afraid.

Bernd 04/21/2021 (Wed) 16:35:24 [Preview] No.43368 del
What's the effect of SO2 in the stratosphere?

Bernd 04/21/2021 (Wed) 19:30:42 [Preview] No.43371 del
SO₂ freezes out in the stratosphere into aerosol and forms a haze that reflects part of sunlight. Since there's no weather going on in the stratosphere it takes very long for this haze to get cleaned out; it takes a couple years to clean up to normal levels.
But it's important that there's a strong temperature inversion at the top of the troposphere (similar to how air cannot rise out of basins in winter), so unless the eruption cloud is strong enough to punch through that, majority of it is washed out of the atmosphere quickly as acid rain.
The stratosphere starts at about 16-18km at the equator, and lower further north you go (cold air is more compact) down to about 8km in polar regions. Majority of Soufriere's plume stayed below that, but some punched through.

Bernd 04/21/2021 (Wed) 19:33:37 [Preview] No.43372 del
Oh I should note – historically very large volcanic eruptions (e.g. Tambora, 1815) are linked to "Years Without a Summer" – temperatures dropped by ~1°C on average globally the next year, there were crop failures, and there was persistent orange haze visible on the sky.

Bernd 04/22/2021 (Thu) 22:55:09 [Preview] No.43379 del
>Oh I should note – historically very large volcanic eruptions (e.g. Tambora, 1815) are linked to "Years Without a Summer" – temperatures dropped by ~1°C on average globally the next year, there were crop failures, and there was persistent orange haze visible on the sky.

Really now? ngl, that sounds so interesting if it's true

Bernd 04/26/2021 (Mon) 14:24:39 [Preview] No.43409 del
So it keeps the light out, less photons to warm Earth.
Fugg we talked about this 5 days ago! Where my days flew?!

I heard about that. I think in some cases this helped archaeologists date findings.

Bernd 04/28/2021 (Wed) 21:48:29 [Preview] No.43430 del

It is pretty known concept: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Volcanic_winter

This thing also was used as model for nuclear winter scenario, although it has much more assumptions and uncertainties.

Bernd 04/28/2021 (Wed) 23:01:49 [Preview] No.43432 del
Close footage of the eruption at St. Vincent on April 22. Reporter was travelling by boat when the volcano went kaboom again. https://youtube.com/watch?v=Y02T7fd-C8U [Embed]

Bernd 04/30/2021 (Fri) 06:26:24 [Preview] No.43448 del
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Expected more:

Bernd 05/03/2021 (Mon) 05:32:00 [Preview] No.43482 del
Well, I didn't know. This is new info to me

Bernd 05/03/2021 (Mon) 05:43:00 [Preview] No.43483 del
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Apparently, mushrooms grow the most during thunderstorms.




>Lightning makes mushrooms more plentiful, according to ongoing research that offers a solid scientific basis for Japanese farming lore.

>For generations, Japanese farmers have welcomed storms over their fields based on the belief that lightning strikes provoke plentiful harvests of mushrooms, which are staples of Japanese cuisine.

>Currently, mushroom demand is so high that dealers are increasingly turning to foreign suppliers. Japan imports about 50,000 tons of mushrooms a year, mainly from China and South Korea.

Really makes you think

Bernd 05/03/2021 (Mon) 06:14:18 [Preview] No.43484 del
That's a really good info, thanks, Bernd. Although I'm not sure how it could be useful since I only can generate small lightnings.
>shiitake and nameko mushrooms, while we also tested reishi mushrooms,
What are these mushrooms wtf talk Hungarian you japs.

Bernd 05/04/2021 (Tue) 10:05:26 [Preview] No.43494 del
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Finally a good use for the teslarator!

Bernd 05/05/2021 (Wed) 22:56:41 [Preview] No.43517 del
>What are these mushrooms wtf talk Hungarian you japs.

I think all of those mushrooms are Japanese only and cannot be found elsewhere

You can make a whole mushroom store in that lil small room tbh

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