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The Iceland 100ft Volcano Crack Is About To Cause The BIGGEST Eruption In Europe Beneath the picturesque landscape of Iceland's Grindavík lies a simmering threat concealed by tranquility. A symphony of seismic tremors recently forced the residents to evict and the quivering ground hints at an impending cataclysm. Most recently, a 100ft wide crack JUST opened the Iceland volcano! As experts collide on what is about to happen, the lives and livelihoods of the locals hang in the balance, and this is far from the first time that something like this has happened. Join us as we explore the active magma river underneath this tranquil city, foretelling a narrative of impending eruption, where each tremor writes a chilling chapter in the saga of an impending catastrophe! iceland,iceland volcano,iceland grindavik,grindavik,grindavik news,grindavic volcano,volcano,volcanoes,volcano eruption,volcano eruption live,officials,officals iceland,earthquakes,earthquake swarms,earthquake,earthquakes iceland,earthquake iceland,voyager,beyond discovery
►► ITINERARY + GPS TRACKS - 🤍 ►► Get 5% off your 4x4 rental with RUGGEDROADTRIPS at 🤍 Follow us on our Grand Icelandic Roadtrip! Born from the fiery womb of the earth, and shaped by glaciers, tempests, and swells, Iceland bears a likeness to the earth when it was young - a boisterous spirit, untamed and running wild. Combining the inhospitable plains of the central highlands with moss-adorned river canyons and massive ice sheets, Iceland is the crown jewel of our planet’s rich treasures. Key Stats: Duration of trip: 74 days Distance driven: 9,438 km Litres of Diesel: ca. 1017 l Fuel consumption: 14 l Time of year: June-September Total cost: Roughly 10,935 Euro (Fuel 1915 Euro; Ferry from Denmark 1944 Euro [50% of total price, other 50% counted towards Faroe Islands]; Accommodation 1090 Euro; Activities, Ferries, Parking & Other 1651 Euro; Repairs 2085 Euro; Food & Drink ca. 2250 Euro) Pufflings released: 33 Vehicle: WorldCruiser 2 by Tom‘s Fahrzeugtechnik - 🤍 Say hello: ► 🤍 ► 🤍 ► 🤍 ► SUPPORT - 'Buy us a refill of diesel' - 🤍 Thank you: A big THANK YOU goes to Arngrímur (Aggi) Arnarson who helped us tremendously with correctly pronouncing all Icelandic names. We'd also like to thank Aleš Mucha and North Sailing (🤍) for taking us out on their Whales, Sails and Science expedition! Last but not least, a massive THANK YOU goes to Uni, Unnar and Birgir from UniCars (🤍 for helping us in our predicament, being stranded with a broken rear differential in the Icelandic highlands. Music: ► Artlist - Get a free trial: 🤍 ► Epidemic Sound - Get a free trial: 🤍 Equipment: ► Our Camera Bags: 🤍 ► Gear List - 🤍 Flying a drone in Iceland: Please be aware that restrictions on flying drones in Iceland apply. As an example, flying in national parks requires you to obtain a license. Read more about that here: 🤍 If you intend to fly a drone in Vatnajökull National Park, make sure to apply through 🤍 Please understand, that we obtained such a permit to shoot in Vatnajökull National Park. In general, be mindful of other visitors and do not disturb their experience by flying a drone directly above their heads. This is both dangerous and extremely ignorant. Don’t be this guy. Real Talk: Despite our attempt at keeping our Iceland Travel Documentary as authentic as possible, you are still watching a highlight reel. When editing, we naturally tend to choose the most exciting clips. What you don’t see are the hours spent driving through less spectacular landscapes or some of the challenges we faced. Full Disclosure: This trip was entirely self-funded. However, we participated in two complimentary whale-watching tours with North Sailing. #Iceland #traveldocumentary 00:00 Intro 01:12 Seyðisfjörður 01:42 Arctic Terns 03:49 East Fjords 04:42 Lupines 05:39 Skálanes 06:51 953 Mjóifjörður 09:05 East Fjords 10:05 Hengifoss 10:44 Borgarfjörður eystri 11:11 Puffins 14:18 F946 17:14 Langanes 19:03 Arctic Henge 19:57 Hraunhafnartangi 21:23 Dettifoss 23:07 Mývatn 25:32 Húsavík Whale Watching 29:53 Flateyjarskagi 34:30 Grímsey 36:18 Midnight Sun 38:25 Vatnsnes 39:29 West Fjords 41:35 Hornstrandir 47:51 Arctic Foxes 50:22 Leaving Hornstrandir 51:29 Road 622 54:15 Dynjandi and Rauðisandur 55:42 Látrabjarg 56:37 F66 58:15 Road to Djúpavík 59:20 Beach Cleanup 01:01:34 Snæfellsnes 01:02:55 Glamour 01:04:27 Litli-Hrútur Eruption 01:06:43 Western Highlands 01:08:37 Hverdalir 01:09:21 Kerlingarfjöll 01:11:20 Gullfoss & Strokkur 01:12:10 Fimmvörðuháls Trail 01:14:16 Þórsmörk 01:15:50 Southern Iceland 01:16:22 Þakgil 01:17:28 Southern Highlands 01:23:06 Landmannalaugar 01:24:46 Eldgjá 01:25:27 Laki 01:26:47 Broken rear differential 01:28:12 Vatnajökull National Park 01:32:26 Eastern Highlands 01:33:49 Stuðlagil 01:34:40 Kverkfjöll 01:35:45 Askja 01:37:48 Central Highland 01:39:48 Valley of Tears 01:40:33 Westman Islands 01:41:37 Puffling Patrol 01:46:51 Outro
How you can help: Help the people displaced at Grindavík (Red Cross): 🤍 Give to the Iceland Search and Rescue: 🤍 Thanks! December 1st update from the Icelandic Met Office The seismicity on the peninsula continues to decrease. For the past few days, the automatic earthquake location system has been detecting relatively few earthquakes, mostly micro-earthquakes below magnitude one. The most recent seismicity is concentrated in the area between Sýlingarfell and Hagafell, where most likely the dike is fed by magma accumulating beneath Svartsengi. Some deformation is still detected at the cGPS stations located close to the dike, but the signal is now mainly interpreted as the response of the crust to the inflation ongoing in the Svartsengi area. Even though the activity along the dike and its vicinity is now occurring at very low intensity, the inflation which started in Svartsengi few days after the dike formed, continues at a fairly stable rate. Some cGPS stations around Svartsengi and Mt. Þorbjörn shows a slow declining trend, but other stations still show a constant trend suggesting that the inflow rate of magma at depth has not reduced significantly. The process which began on 25 October with a significant seismic swarm and peaked on 10 November with the formation of a 15 km long magmatic dike is not over. With certainty it can be stated that a phase has started where a similar sequence of events might repeat in time. At this stage, though, is difficult to say when the next energetic intrusion of magma at shallower depth might occur and if it will occur in a similar area or not. The IMO continues to maintain the surveillance of the area at high level. - IMO —————— Sources ———————— A special thanks to all the hardworking scientists, government officials, companies and private citizens for the work that they do which makes this live stream possible: VisitIceland.com - webcams Windy.com - so2 and wind data and maps Google Earth - maps USGS - earthquake data and activity reports Smithsonian Institute - Volcanic activity RaspberryShake.org - earthquake activity VolcanoDiscovery.com - Research Iceland Meteorological Office: webcams, earthquake and seismograph data Iceland Institute for Earth Sciences for metrics RUV.is News and webcams Icelandic Road administration - webcams 🤍 Wind and lava sounds are not live. They are added to simulate local conditions.
Multiview of the evolving situation in Reykjanes. The town of Grindavík has been evacuated after magma intrusion was identified possibly reaching under it. Simple rules for chat: 1. Be nice. 2. Keep on topic, Iceland is the main topic but discussions of geology and volcanology in other places is fine if the channel isn't busy. 3. Feel free to point to or discuss our other videos or videos that are related to Iceland, geology or volcanology as long as they are an original source. 4. Primary language is English. Linktree: 🤍 Stream with a selection of live Raspberry Shake stations in Iceland: 🤍 Latest news from RÚV: 🤍 The Icelandic Meteorological Office is the primary source for reliable information: 🤍 Interactive live earthquake map: 🤍 The different views explained: Top left: Langihryggur is to the east of Grindavík by the site of the 2021 eruption in Fagradalsfjall. Looks west towards Grindavík, Þorbjörn and Svartsengi. Bottom left: Fagradalsfjall is on Mt. Þorbjörn looking at Grindavík Top right, upper: Reykjanesviti is on the far west of the peninsula looking east towards Svartsengi Top right, lower: Svartsengi is on Mt. Þorbjörn looking west and pans from north to south Maps of camera locations made by users: 🤍 (from Joshua M) Cameras are always in color. Various sources of steam are visible in the views, they are from the power plants and geothermal areas and are normal. After dark the lightbeam of the Reykjanesviti (a lighthouse, 69m a.s.l.) will be visible sweeping the frame in a constant pattern. Other lighthouses around the peninsula can sometimes be seen in any of the views. Just north of Grindavík is a large intensily lit greenhouse, it will also sometimes reflect in fog or low clouds. To the west of Grindavík are large communications masts with red hazard lights. Common questions about earthquake map: Red pulsing circle on map? It's the location of the latest EQ. Colors in list? Yellow = updated, Orange = just added, Blue = just updated, Green = In view on map, White = Not in view What's aM? Estimated magnitude from the automatic system (Mw scale) No new EQs? We might have a delay in getting new data, this sometimes happens (like at midnight) and EQs will be delayed for about 20 minutes. What are the triangles? White triangles are peaks, green/yellow/orange and red triangles are volcanic systems with colour showing their aviation alert status We use cameras from Hanwha like the XNP-6120 and XNP-6550. Provided by local distributor Hafnes.is Unblocking Nightbot on YouTube (Chrome/Google users Only) 1. Open your Google account by clicking on your profile icon next to the 3 dots. 2. When open, click on Manage Google account. 3. Click on People and Sharing, then scroll down to where it says "Blocked" then click to open the blocked users page. 4. To unblock that user, in this case, Nightbot, simply click on the X, refresh the stream your on and Nightbot will re-appear. Nightbot unblocking for Firefox/Microsoft Edge (and likely others) 1. Go to and click on the 3 lines next to the YouTube logo, scroll down to and click on settings, locate and click open Google Account settings, then follow instructions 3 to 4 as shown for Chrome users. Go to 🤍 for more.
Iceland is one of the most beautiful countries in Europe and the World. Enjoy this travel guide featuring some of Iceland’s most incredible destinations. From the otherworldly landscapes of the Icelandic Highlands, to the iconic Kirkjufell mountain, Iceland will leave you in awe with its endless beauty and wonder. Where is your favorite place in Iceland? My Travel Videos: Top 10 Places Faroe Islands - 🤍 Top 25 Places in Norway - 🤍 Top 10 Places in Croatia - 🤍 Top 10 Places in Ireland - 🤍 Top 25 Places in Switzerland - 🤍 Top 100 Places in Europe - 🤍 Top 25 Places in France - 🤍 Top 100 Places in Italy - 🤍 Top 10 Places in Scotland - 🤍 Find me on Tiktok and instagram 🤍shirley.films Where I get my music from - 🤍 Great Place for Stock footage - 🤍 Free stock footage, guides & luts - 🤍 My Camera Gear - 🤍 Timestamps: 0:00 - Iceland Intro 0:28 - Icelandic Highlands (Landmannalaugar, Bláhylur, Sigöldugljúfur) 1:41 - Reykjadalur Hot Spring River 2:14 - Thórsmörk 3:19 - Seljalandsfoss 3:44 - Southern Iceland (Skógafoss, Reynisfjara, Fjaðrárgljúfur) 5:07 - Glaciers of Iceland (Svínafellsjökull & Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon) 5:53 - Stokksnes 6:36 - Eastern Iceland (Hengifoss, Seyðisfjörður, Stuðlagil) 8:17 - Northern Iceland (Dettifoss, Lake Mývatn, Eyjafjörður) 9:38 - Snæfellsnes Peninsula (Kirkjufell, Bjarnarfoss, Arnarstapi) 10:49 - Outro Thanks for watching :)
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This week, ground deformation was potentially detected at the tallest volcano in the Galapagos islands. Meanwhile, in Indonesia, an increased rate of low frequency earthquakes was detected, suggesting that an intrusion of magma might also be occurring there. And, in Papua New Guinea, the extent of destruction via pyroclastic flows from Ulawun's November 20th eruption has become clear. This video will discuss these stories and list the 44 volcanoes which are actively erupting around the planet. Note: There may not actually be uplift at Volcan Wolf, as I was unable to independently verify that there was uplift or magma at 2 kilometers depth. Merely with one data source and my opinion, this is the conclusion I came to. Thumbnail Photo Credit: McGimsey, R. G., Alaska Volcano Observatory / U.S. Geological Survey, 🤍 This image was overlaid with text, and then overlaid with GeologyHub made graphics (the image border & the GeologyHub logo). Note: This video's thumbnail image displays an eruption of Alaska's Mount Spurr in 1993. Mount Spurr is not currently erupting or showing any signs of unrest as of December 4th 2023. NASA EOSDIS Worldview satellite imagery Copyright © 2012-2023 United States Government as represented by the Administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. All Rights Reserved. Associated license for NASA EOSDIS Worldview: 🤍 We acknowledge the use of imagery provided by services from NASA's Global Imagery Browse Services (GIBS), part of NASA's Earth Observing System Data and Information System (EOSDIS). We acknowledge the use of imagery from the NASA Worldview application (🤍 part of the NASA Earth Observing System Data and Information System (EOSDIS). If you would like to support this channel, consider using one of the following links: (Patreon: 🤍 (YouTube membership: 🤍 (Gemstone & Mineral Etsy store: 🤍) (GeologyHub Merch Etsy store: 🤍) Google Earth imagery used in this video: ©Google & Data Providers This video is protected under "fair use". If you see an image and/or video which is your own in this video, and/or think my discussion of a scientific paper (and/or discussion/mentioning of the data/information within a scientific paper) does not fall under the fair use doctrine, and wish for it to be censored or removed, contact me by email at tccatron🤍asu.edu and I will make the necessary changes. Various licenses used in sections of this video (not the entire video, this video as a whole does not completely fall under one of these licenses) and/or in this video's thumbnail image: Public Domain: 🤍 CC BY 3.0: 🤍 CC BY 3.0 NZ: 🤍 CC BY 4.0: 🤍 Sources/Citations:  INGV (Italy)  University of Alaska Fairbanks, Geophysical Institute  Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys  Tonga Geological Services  PVMBG (Indonesia)  Vedur.is / Iceland Met Office  Phivolcs (Philippines)  U.S. Geological Survey  Rabaul Volcano Observatory  Servicio Geologico Colombiano  Hawaiian Volcano Observatory  Alaska Volcano Observatory  Vanuatu Meteorology & Geo-Hazards Department  INSTITUTO GEOFÍSICO ESCUELA POLITÉCNICA NACIONAL (Ecuador)  OVSICORI-UNA (Costa Rica)  Sernageomin (Chile)  Vanuatu Meteorology and Geo-hazards Department  Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Russia)  Tonga Geological Survey (Tonga)  CIVISA (Azores)  Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys  Japanese Meteorological Agency  ONEMI (Chile)  NASA Worldview, EOSDIS Worldview, (Satellite imagery: Terra / MODIS), (Thermal signatures: Terra / MODIS, NOAA-20 / VIIRS, Aqua / MODIS), at 🤍 0:00 Marapi Erupts 0:29 This Week's Top Stories 2:25 Rinjani Earthquakes 3:38 Ulawun Aftermath 4:24 List of Erupting Volcanoes
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#iceland #grindavik #icelandvolcano #earthquakes ALL LIVE VIEWS ARE UNDER LICENCE TO LIVE FROM ICELAND - DO NOT REPRODUCE THIS FEED *wind sound is added for general ambience as cameras have no live audio. Which Volcano Is Next? These 4 Icelandic Volcanoes Are Ready to Rumble. On average, volcanic eruptions take place in Iceland every four to five years. Iceland has many active volcanic systems due to its location on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge and over a hot spot. Of Iceland’s 30 active volcanic systems, 13 have had eruptions since the settlement of Iceland in 874 AD. With so many active volcanoes, you might wonder which ones are overdue for an eruption. In this article, we will present a short overview of these Icelandic volcanoes that are ready and overdue to erupt: Askja, Hekla, Katla, and Grímsvötn. Hekla. Mt. Hekla is Iceland’s most famous volcano, and with 23 eruptions since the settlement of Iceland, it is very active. The volcano has produced one of the largest volumes of lava of any in the world in the last millennium, around eight cubic kilometres. Its last eruption was in 2000, and this lasted for 11 days, from February 26 to March 8. The actual plume of ash, gas, and water vapour was 10-12km high and did not last long. Hekla’s most recent major eruption took place from 29 March, 1947 until 21 April, 1948. That eruption involved a volcanic plume of 30km high. Katla. Katla is completely covered by a glacier. This means that when there’s a big eruption, the lava and ice make for a pretty violent show. But if the eruption isn’t very big, it might not even breach the surface of the glacier. For instance, scientists are fairly sure there were minor, pressure-relieving volcanic events in 1955, 1999 and 2011, but there’s no way to be sure. Katla is Iceland’s largest volcano, and it is one of the most active volcanoes in Iceland. On average, it erupts every 50-100 years; in all 20 times since the 9th century, when Iceland was first settled. There have not been any large eruptions since 1918 which some people interpret to mean that it’s overdue. Grímsvötn. Of Iceland’s 30 active volcanic systems, the most active one is Grímsvötn. As Iceland’s most frequently erupting volcano, it erupted about 65 times in the past 800 years. Eruptions at Grímsvötn take place at variable intervals and are different in size. Before the major eruption in 2011, there were small eruptions in 2004, 1998, and 1983. There is one overarching pattern, though: every 150-200 years, a large eruption will occur, and in between there will be a smaller eruption about every decade. Since the eruption in 2011, scientists are keeping a close eye on Grímsvötn, and their data suggests the volcano might be erupting soon. Askja is a lesser known major Icelandic volcano. The north volcanic zone (NVZ) where it is located is not as touristy as the east (Bardarbunga, Grimsvotn), the south (Katla) or the southwest (Fagradalsfjall) volcanic zones of Iceland, but it should not be ignored. The Krafla rift eruption here lasted (intermittently) for nine years, from 1975 to 1984, while Askja erupted (also intermittently) throughout the 1920’s. Don't forget you can support the stream just by subscribing or becoming a member for exclusive perks here - 🤍 and by sending superchats to pin and highlight your messages. We appreciate your likes too, so remember to hit the 👍 and the notification 🔔 to be notified of all our new content as it happens. Follow us on social media for more updates: - 📸 🤍 - 📲 🤍 - 🐤 🤍 - 🎮 🤍 - 💬 🤍 - 🏪 🤍 - 🔗 🤍 - ✉️ info🤍globalvideocompany.com Check out our other channels livestreams in our livestream playlist: 🤍 Kindly take note that the camera feeds we display are not under our ownership or operation, and therefore, they are subject to intermittent disruptions or removal requests. Nevertheless, we make every effort to promptly restore any interrupted feeds to ensure that you receive uninterrupted coverage of these wonderful volcanoes. Special thanks to:- Volcanic Information obtained from Wikipedia Charts & data from vedur.is and the Icelandic Meteorological Office (IMO) Earthquake data from 🤍 Webcams under PAID Licence from Live From Iceland 🤍 do not reproduce as you will be subject to a copyright claim against you. Archived footage from 2023 recorded at source by the global video company via RUV live webcams at the time 🤍 A good guide to Icelandic volcanoes - 🤍 The Road Administration Vegagerdin - 🤍
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Hey everyone, "Join me on an exciting journey through Iceland as I explore the beautiful city of Reykjavik and indulge in some winter clothing shopping. From the captivating cityscapes to preparing for the Icelandic cold, this video showcases my Icelandic adventure. Discover the charm and practicality of this North Atlantic island!" Please support my channel by subscribing: 🤍 Stay updated on Instagram: 🤍 Get one month of free Music: 🤍 #iceland #reykjavik
Land continues to rise at the Svartsengi Power Plant and the Blue lagoon, much faster than before. So there is enough Magma in the lower chamber that could support an eruption. Grindavik is not being spared, the massive damage continues, the earth remains active forming a massive scary 25m deep sinkhole right in the middle of Grindavik. Here are some updates and answers about the current situation in Iceland and especially in the town or Grindavik which was highly threatened to be the epicenter of an imminent volcanic eruption that could destroy vast areas of the city and surrounding critical infrastructure. Check out my Channel for more information about the current situation #Island #Iceland #Volcano #volcanoiceland #grindavik #earthquake #volcaniceruptionIceland #swartsengi #icelandvolcano
HELLO FRIENDS!! It's time for my annual bath - and for such an occasion, we decided to travel to most famous geothermal spa in Iceland - the Blue Lagoon. I've been wanting to unleash an international spa travel series for a long time - so here is my formal declaration: it's spa time, baby! So this past January, as the first installment of a 3-part Nordic/Scandinavian travel trip, we journeyed to the beautiful, mineral-rich light blue waters of the Blue Lagoon - to soak, smoothie, and face mask, oh my. Will this magical lagoon keep my skin plump and youthful forever? Or will the lava rock exfoliate my face right off? Who knows! Quick note - we mentioned that the Reykjanes lava field was 800 years old - I think it's actually much, much older than that - but the earliest recorded eruption was about 800 years ago (which is where our fact came from)! Also, because I've seen a few comments about it - no, the cups at the lagoon bar are not glass! They are plastic. This video is NOT sponsored! Check out our merch shop here!! 🤍 My Instagram: 🤍 My TikTok: 🤍 Tyler's channel: 🤍 Our YouTube Shorts channel: 🤍 MUSIC Via AudioNetwork PRODUCED & EDITED by Safiya Nygaard Tyler Williams Dave Szamet Melissa Douglas Phil Kinney Bree von Bradsky Elizabeth Pinotti Ishara Mathews GFX by Dayana Espinoza CHAPTERS: 0:00 Intro 1:58 Flying to Iceland 3:27 A Jet-lagged Day in Reykjavík 5:46 The Blue Lagoon Retreat Hotel 7:46 Prepping for the Blue Lagoon 9:30 Dipping into the Blue Lagoon 10:51 What is The Blue Lagoon, anyway? 13:25 The Waterfall 14:46 The Smoothie Bar 16:12 The Face Mask Bar 18:44 Underwater Massages 19:58 Other Crevices of the Blue Lagoon 20:39 Steam Room and Dry Sauna 21:35 The Silica Hotel 22:26 The Silica Lagoon 25:52 Outro #travel #spa #iceland #vlog
Fissures and tremors carve up the town of Grindavik, Iceland, whose nearly 4,000 residents remain evacuated. Officials have not given word on when they may be allowed back as the risk of an imminent volcanic eruption continues. #Iceland #Volcano #News Watch The National live on YouTube Sunday-Friday at 9 p.m. ET Subscribe to The National: 🤍 More from CBC News | 🤍 The National is the flagship of CBC News, showcasing award-winning journalism from across Canada and around the world. Led by Chief Correspondent Adrienne Arsenault and Ian Hanomansing, our team of trusted reporters helps you make sense of the world, wherever you are.
Make sure to check out our Icelandic main channel video, where we travel to the famous Blue Lagoon, here! 🤍 🌋🇮🇸🧖🏻♀️ When we were in Iceland a couple months ago, we went to Hagkaup, aka "Icelandic Target", to explore, shop, and acquire a very random but great haul! We got tiny nail polishes, chocolate soap, beer shampoo, a bougie face mask, egg gummies, and bat chocolate 🦇 Apologies to any Icelandic viewers about my pronunciation — we did love your target though!! #travel #target #haul #shopping
Roads across Grindavik were spotted with deep cracks on 23 November as Iceland's volcano threatens to erupt. The evacuation zone in Iceland is “still dangerous”, a civil protection official has told The Independent, with current conditions leaving just a few minutes’ warning of a feared volcano eruption. A fortnight since Grindavik was evacuated, after magma-induced seismic activity tore vast chasms through the streets of the town, officials are expected to lower the threat level in the area on Thursday – enabling residents to return for longer periods to collect their valuables. Speaking to The Independent as international media were allowed back into the town for the first time, one civil defence official said: “It is still dangerous here ... I have never seen anything like it before. Usually we will have a few minutes warning to get out but with the weather like it is today we have even less.” Watch more videos at the Independent TV: 🤍 Click here to subscribe to The Independent: 🤍 About The Independent: Making Change Happen. The Independent is the world’s most free-thinking newsbrand, providing global news, commentary and analysis for the independently-minded. Connect with The Independent: Check out our full video catalog: 🤍 Videos, daily editorial and more: 🤍 Click here to get the best of The Independent daily: 🤍 Like The Independent on Facebook: 🤍 Follow The Independent on Twitter: 🤍 Follow The Independent on Instagram: 🤍 Download the iOS & Android app: 🤍 Help to support truly independent journalism. Every dollar you contribute will directly fund additional special reports and investigations from a free-thinking, award-winning newsroom you can trust - 🤍 Subscribe to Independent Premium for exclusive content & live events: 🤍
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Monitoring Fagradalsfjall from Langihryggur. Looking from Langihryggur towards Fagradalsfjall, Geldingadalur and Meradalur. Reykjanes is currently one of the most closely monitored parts of Iceland following the increased chance of volcanic activity after earthquakes resumed again at a pace similar to the March 2021 eruption in Fagradalsfjall that subsided in September 2021. Go to 🤍 for more.
One of Earth's Most Dangerous Supervolcanoes Is Rumbling in Europe. Scientists warn that Italy's Campi Flegrei may be awakening from a long dormant period. Campi Flegrei means "burning fields" in Italian. The volcanic region is also known as the Phlegraean Fields in English. The Campi Flegrei caldera is located in the metropolitan area of Naples with more than 3 Million residents at risk. It is considered being one the most dangerous volcanoes in Europe, as it has been the source of large-scale explosive eruptions in the last 250.000 years. An imminent eruption could happen at any time, scientists can't agree on what and when but something is happening. #volcano #volcaniceruption #supervolcano #naples #Campi Flegrei #Phlegraean Fields
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►►Get 5% off your Iceland 4x4 rental using our discount code RUGGEDROADTRIPS at 🤍 Follow us on our winter roadtrip through Iceland! This one was truly a wild ride! We spent two weeks exploring Iceland in March, driving through raging blizzards, swimming in glacial water, and marveling at unfathomably blue ice. This trip allowed us to experience Iceland from many different perspectives - and made us hungry for more! Support us: ►► If you would like to support us with our production of travel documentaries, you can now 'buy us a refill of diesel' - 🤍 Thank you: A big THANK YOU goes to everyone who supported us on this trip, especially Katarzyna Maria Dygul from Business Iceland, Bjarni Freyr and Pálína Georgsdóttir from ISAK 4x4 Rentals, Óskar Vignisson from Visit Vatnajökull, Guðný Lára Jónsdóttir from Atlantsflug, Helen María Björnsdóttir from Local Guide of Vatnajökull, the team of Blue Lagoon, and Alisa Silveira of BZ-COMM. Another thank you goes to Stephen Wright who captured some cool shots of us driving through a big puddle. And a very special thank you goes to Þórdís Pétursdóttir who helped us with the correct pronunciation of all Icelandic names (I may have gone overboard on Strokkur). Key Stats: Duration of trip: 14 days Distance driven: 2400 km Time of year: March Region: Western and Southern Iceland, including Snæfellsnes, the Golden Circle, Vatnajökull National Park, and Reykjanes Total cost: Roughly 7500 Euro (Flight 700 Euro, Car Rental 2300 Euro, Fuel 550 Euro, Parking 27 Euro, Accommodation 2130 Euro, Scenic Flight 400 Euro, Snorkeling 220 euro, Blue Lagoon 160 euro, Glacier Hike 430 euro, Food & Drink 600+ Euro) Kia Duster spotted: 347 Activities ISAK 4x4 Rental - 🤍 Snorkeling: 🤍 Flightseeing: 🤍 Glacier Hike: 🤍 Blue Lagoon: 🤍 Accommodation Arnarstapi: 🤍 (Cannot recommend it in winter, no heating in the bathroom, and the shower was only warm for one minute) Dís Cottages: 🤍 (Can fully recommend, amazing view) Blue Cabin: 🤍 (Fairly spacious and nice hot tub!) Umi Hotel: 🤍 Magma Hotel: 🤍 (Highly recommended! Our favorite.) Skaftafell Hotel: 🤍 (Great access to a nearby glacier!) Afternoon Cottages: 🤍 (Very cozy) Northern Lights Inn: 🤍 Airport Hotel: 🤍 (Surprisingly good, and very convenient) Full Disclosure: This trip was partially sponsored by the above-mentioned local partners. We did not receive any additional payment for the production of our documentary, however. All accommodation, fuel, and food were paid for by ourselves. All opinions are our own. Say Hello: ►► 🤍 ►► 🤍 ►► 🤍 Music ►► Artlist - Get a free trial: 🤍 ►► Epidemic Sound - Get a free trial: 🤍 Gear: ►► 🤍 ►► Our Camera Bags: 🤍 #Iceland #traveldocumentary 00:00 Intro 01:00 Arriving in Iceland 01:30 Reykjavik 02:25 First night in school bus 03:13 Starting our road trip 03:45 Hvalfjörður 04:17 Glymur 05:22 Heading to Snæfellsnes 07:15 Ytri Tunga 08:00 Búðakirkja 08:25 Arnarstapi 10:12 Heading into a blizzard 11:23 Snæfellsjökull National Park 12:18 Kirkjufell 13:45 Exploring Snæfellsnes 15:30 Stykkishólmur 15:53 Icelandic Horses 16:44 Icelandic road conditions on road.is 17:44 Harbour Seals 18:40 Slushy snow makes for dangerous driving 19:47 Haukadalur and its Geysir 22:04 Gullfoss 22:48 Golden Circle driving 24:04 Þjórsá & Hjálparfoss 24:49 Urriðafoss 25:14 Hot tub 25:37 Snorkeling in Silfra Fissure 29:30 Thingvellir 31:05 Seljalandsfoss 32:58 Skógafoss 33:30 Kvernufoss 34:37 Southern coast 35:27 Reynisfjara black sand beach 36:43 Basalt columns at Reynisfjara 37:45 Skool Beans Cafe 38:05 Polar Fox & Ptarmigan 38:40 River patterns 38:57 Magma Hotel 39:25 Moss-covered lava field 40:36 Fjaðrárgljúfur 41:28 Skaftafell 42:32 Scenic Glacier Flight with Atlantsflug 45:12 Vatnajökull National Park 46:20 Jókulsárlón 47:15 Diamond Beach 47:43 Northern Lights 48:48 Glacier Hike with Local Guide 51:05 Blue glacier ice 52:30 Hiking on the glacier 53:36 Ice cave 54:23 Reindeer 54:55 Heading west and sideways rain 55:55 4x4 on Reykjanes 57:05 Strandarkirkja & seals 57:47 Seltún 58:10 Eldfell/Fagradalsfjall - Iceland's youngest volcano 59:45 Blue Lagoon 60:58 Outro
Christmas Market Lovers, This One’s For You 🎄👇 Iceland does Christmas markets exceedingly well, and Heiðmörk Christmas Market is no different! This fairytale-like market just a 20-minute drive from Reykjavík. Nestled in the heart of Icelandic nature, this market offers a picturesque setting with live music, warm hot cocoa, and local vendors. 🎶☕ It’s also our family’s go-to spot to pick out the perfect Christmas tree 🎄So if you’re looking to soak up some holiday cheer on your Iceland trip, be sure to add Heiðmörk Christmas Market to your itinerary 📍 Would you swing by for local souvenir shopping and cocoa sipping? Let me know in the comments👇
A warning over the risks of emerging magma and the persistent likelihood of an imminent eruption of the Icelandic volcano has been issued by the country’s Met Office. In its latest update, the forecaster warned: “The likelihood of a volcanic eruption at some location along the length of the magma intrusion persists.” It added that the area between Hagafell and Sýlingarfell still faces the possibility that “magma could emerge”. A fortnight ago, Grindavik was evacuated after magma-induced seismic activity tore vast chasms through the streets of the town. While hundreds of earthquakes are still hitting the surrounding area daily, “seismic activity continues to decrease”, said the Icelandic Met Office, adding: “The likelihood of an imminent volcanic eruption diminishes with time.” #iceland #volcano #magma #news18
#iceland #volcaniceruptions #volcanoes In this video, we explore the urgent situation unfolding in Iceland, where an impending volcanic eruption threatens the safety of a town and its 4,000 residents. With the ground beneath Grindavík trembling from hundreds of earthquakes, signaling the near certainty of a volcanic eruption, the government has declared a state of emergency. Thank you so much for watching! If you are not in a position to donate, I totally understand! The biggest supporting factor that you engage in is to watch our videos all the way to the end (very important for helping us rank) and to share them around so please consider doing this so that Youtube recommends our channel more. If you are in a position to support our channel on Youtube Membership or by donating to our PayPal, the link to all of this can be found below: Check Out The OzGeographics Website: 🤍 We regularly release articles that focus on geology, science, new scientific discoveries, and more. We also summarize newly published articles in layman's terms to make them accessible and understandable for all. 🎥 Join our Youtube Channel! 🤍 Become a Member to help us to continue producing this type of content. 💟 Link to our PayPal: paypal.me/OzGeographicsYoutube For one time donations to show your support for this channel and to allow me to focus on this channel. Link To Our Patreon: patreon.com/OzGeographics Link To Our TikTok: Tiktok.com/OzGeographics Link To Our Facebook: facebook.com/OzGeographics Link To Our Instagram: instagram.com/OzGeographics Link To Our Twitter/X Account: 🤍GeographicsYTC Link To Our Rumble Account: 🤍 🌋 Subscribe to our Youtube Channel: 🤍 🌏 About OzGeographics OzGeographics is an Australian-based Youtube channel that releases videos in an easy-to-digest format. We primarily release content that covers topics within the realm of Earth Sciences or natural disasters. Still, we also release the odd video here or there that delves into other sciences or other topics altogether, depending on how compelling we find the topic at hand. Our videos are catered for anyone and everyone, and our goal is to attempt to explain hard-to-understand events in an easy-to-digest manner that isn't too "dry" in its presentation. We strive to explain hard-to-understand scientific phenomena in a way that isn't too boring or hard to understand so that people from all backgrounds can understand, learn, and appreciate this content and what we are discussing to a greater extent.
As the world prepares for another volcanic eruption in Iceland, look back to 2010 when Iceland's Eyjafjallajokull glacier sent ash into the air and covered Europe under a volcanic cloud. ► WATCH Full Episodes on 9NOW: 🤍 ► Subscribe here: 🤍 *Synopsis | Fire in the Sky (2010)* It was the spectacular act of nature that brought world travel to a virtual standstill. Iceland's volcanic eruption emptied the skies and stranded millions. Liz Hayes was on the ground to report on the story. *MORE VIDEOS like this one* ► 🤍 ► 🤍 ► 🤍 FOLLOW 60 Minutes Australia ► WATCH more of 60 Minutes Australia: 🤍 ► Facebook: 🤍 ► Twitter: 🤍 ► Instagram: 🤍 ABOUT 60 Minutes Australia For over forty years, 60 Minutes Australia have been telling Australians the world’s greatest stories. Tales that changed history, our nation and our lives. Reporters Liz Hayes, Tom Steinfort, Tara Brown, Nick McKenzie and Amelia Adams look past the headlines because there is always a bigger picture. Sundays are for 60 Minutes Australia. #60MinutesAustralia
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Iceland – a nation windswept and beautiful from mountain to sea. Check out our footage to discover the natural and manmade marvels of the island. Check out all the places we visited in this video: 🤍 When ready, browse vacation packages to Iceland: 🤍 With a population of just under 350,000, #Iceland can feel like the most isolated place on earth. Yet with its capital Reykjavik, being only a three-hour flight from London and just under six from New York, it’s a #vacation spot that’s in easy reach. Reykjavik is relaxed and welcoming yet possesses a cultural life that holds its own against other European capitals. Many of the country’s most popular #sights are within easy reach of Reykjavík. Iceland’s main ring road strings together an endless series of epic landscapes. #Explore Iceland, where every side road is a story waiting to unfold. So, come and live your own Icelandic story. It’s one you’ll keep telling for the rest of your days. For now, we hope you enjoy watching this #travel #guide as much as we enjoyed making it. More travel information around Iceland: 🤍 Subscribe to Expedia’s YouTube Channel for great travel videos and join the conversation on the best vacation ideas. - Follow us on social media: FACEBOOK: 🤍 TWITTER: 🤍 INSTAGRAM: 🤍 PINTEREST: 🤍 - 0:00 - Iceland 1:00 - Reykjavik 2:32 - Hallgrimskirkja 2:54 - Harpa 3:17 - Arbaejarsafn 3:40 - National Museum of Iceland 4:12 - the Blue Lagoon 4:45 - The Golden Circle 4:58 - Thingvellir National Park 5:40 - Geysir Geothermal Field 6:10 - Gullfoss 7:17 - Seljalandsfoss 7:43 - Skogafoss 8:15 - Vík 8:35 - Black Beach 8:47 - Reynisdrangar 9:06 - Halsanefshellir 9:20 - Dyrholaey 9:40 - Jokulsarlon Lake 10:34 - Selfoss Waterfall 11:04 - Dettifoss 11:20 - Myvatn region 11:37 - Namafjall 11:47 - Dimmuborgir 11:58 - Krafla Volcano 12:11 - Godafoss 12:47 - Akureyri
In the land of fire and ice, where the earth's heartbeat echoes through glaciers and lava fields, a shocking event has just occurred. It was a typical day in this freezing country, the sky painted in hues of orange and pink, and with the sun just beginning its descent, little did the unsuspecting locals know that Mother Nature was about to unleash a force that would send shockwaves through the very core of the earth. But what caused this massive rupture? could it be a sign of approaching chaos? Or could it just be nature's way of reminding us who's really in charge? Join us on this adrenaline-pumping journey as we uncover the mystery behind how a 100 ft wide crack has just opened the Iceland volcano. Subscribe Here ➡ 🤍 For copyright contact ➡ 🤍 #Voyager #Space
A volcanic eruption appears imminent in Iceland as magma is now directly underneath a major town; Grindavik. Magma is currently at around 800 meters depth and may soon reach the surface and erupt. While an eruption is not guaranteed to begin within the town, it could occur anywhere along a 15-kilometer-long line of activity. While there is still a chance that a volcanic eruption won't occur, the entire town of Grindavik was evacuated. This video discusses what a hypothetical eruption might look like, and how the situation has changed in the last 16 hours. Note: This video's thumbnail image shows what a volcanic eruption of the Reykjanes volcano might look like. It does not show the current state of the Reykjanes volcano, at least at the time this video was uploaded. Note: There is still a chance that Reykjanes does not erupt. In my opinion, I believe the odds of an eruption occurring by November 24th, 2023 is 75%. Iceland road closures: 🤍 Volcano alert levels: 🤍 If you would like to support this channel, consider using one of the following links: (Patreon: 🤍 (YouTube membership: 🤍 (Gemstone & Mineral Etsy store: 🤍) (GeologyHub Merch Etsy store: 🤍) Google Earth imagery used in this video: ©Google & Data Providers This video is protected under "fair use". If you see an image and/or video which is your own in this video, and/or think my discussion of a scientific paper (and/or discussion/mentioning of the data/information within a scientific paper) does not fall under the fair use doctrine, and wish for it to be censored or removed, contact me by email at tccatron🤍asu.edu and I will make the necessary changes. Various licenses used in sections of this video (not the entire video, this video as a whole does not completely fall under one of these licenses) and/or in this video's thumbnail image: Public Domain: 🤍 CC BY 4.0: 🤍 Sources/Citations:  Vedur.is / Iceland Met Office  Halldórsson, S.A., Marshall, E.W., Caracciolo, A. et al. Rapid shifting of a deep magmatic source at Fagradalsfjall volcano, Iceland. Nature 609, 529–534 (2022). 🤍 CC BY 4.0. This derivative image is also licensed under CC BY 4.0. 0:00 A Dangerous Situation 0:20 Reykjanes Volcano Dike Intrusion 1:39 Current Magma Depth 1:55 Submarine Eruption Possibility 3:02 Cracks Formed
Iceland has declared a state of emergency and evacuated thousands of citizens in anticipation of an imminent volcanic eruption. The Reykjanes peninsula region has experienced hundreds of earthquakes and tremors in recent days. Seismologists warn that means an eruption is very likely. CBS News' Chris Livesay reports. Each weekday morning, "CBS Mornings” co-hosts Gayle King, Tony Dokoupil and Nate Burleson bring you the latest breaking news, smart conversation and in-depth feature reporting. "CBS Mornings" airs weekdays at 7 a.m. on CBS and stream it at 8 a.m. ET on the CBS News app. Subscribe to “CBS Mornings” on YouTube: 🤍 Watch CBS News: 🤍 Download the CBS News app: 🤍 Follow "CBS Mornings" on Instagram: 🤍 Like "CBS Mornings" on Facebook: 🤍 Follow "CBS Mornings" on Twitter: 🤍 Subscribe to our newsletter: 🤍 Try Paramount+ free: 🤍 For video licensing inquiries, contact: licensing🤍veritone.com