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Mýrdalsjökull Glacier
Mýrdalsjökull Glacier Mýrdalsjökull is an ice cap in the south of Iceland. It is to the north of Vík í Mýrdal and to the east of the smaller ice cap Eyjafjallajökull. Between these two glaciers is Fimmvörðuháls pass. Its peak reaches 1,493 m (4,898 ft) in height and in 1980 it covered an area of 595 km2 (230 sq mi). The icecap of the glacier covers an active volcano called Katla. The caldera of the volcano has a diameter of 10 km (6 mi) and the volcano erupts usually every 40–80 years. The last eruption took place in 1918. Scientists are actively monitoring the volcano, particularly after the eruption of nearby Eyjafjallajökull began in April 2010. Since the year 930, 16 eruptions have been documented.
Breiðamerkurjökull Glacier
Breiðamerkurjökull Glacier Breiðamerkurjökull is an outlet glacier of the larger glacier of Vatnajökull in southeastern Iceland. Emerging as a tongue of the Vatnajökull, it ends in a small lagoon, known as Jökulsárlón. Over time, it has gradually been breaking down
Breiðamerkurjökull Glacier
Breiðamerkurjökull Glacier Breiðamerkurjökull is an outlet glacier of the larger glacier of Vatnajökull in southeastern Iceland. Emerging as a tongue of the Vatnajökull, it ends in a small lagoon, known as Jökulsárlón. Over time, it has gradually been breaking down
At the edge of Glacier Mýrdalsjökull
At the edge of Glacier Mýrdalsjökull Mýrdalsjökull is an ice cap in the south of Iceland. It is to the north of Vík í Mýrdal and to the east of the smaller ice cap Eyjafjallajökull. Between these two glaciers is Fimmvörðuháls pass. Its peak reaches 1,493 m (4,898 ft) in height and in 1980 it covered an area of 595 km2 (230 sq mi).
Morsájökull Glacier
Morsájökull Glacier The Morsárjökull glacier is a small outlet glacier on the southern side of the Vatnajökull ice cap. • It is surrounded by 1000 – 1400 m high mountains.
Morsárfoss in Morsájökull Glacier
Morsárfoss in Morsájökull Glacier Morsárfoss is a waterfall in Iceland. Measurements showed that one of them was at least 240 meters in total height, making it the highest waterfall in Iceland. Morsárfoss became visible in 2007 when Morsárjökull, an outlet glacier of Vatnajökull glacier, started melting. If this is correct, the national park will not only boast the country’s largest glacier, Vatnajökull, and the country’s highest peak, Hvannadalshnjúkur, but also the country’s highest waterfall.
Gígjökull (Gigjokull) Glacier
Gígjökull (Gigjokull) Glacier Gigjokull is one of two glacier outlets from the glacier volcano Eyjafjallajokull, the other being Steinholtsjokull. The 2010 Eyjafjallajokull eruption was close to the head of Gigjokull. Gigjokull empties out of the summit crater area at 1600 meters, flows across the ice cap to 1500 meters and then descends in an icefall down 200 meters. Water flowing rom Gigjokull enters the Markarfljot river and eruptions in the area have caused great glacier bursts, 2010 being indeed the latest example.
Gígjökull (Gigjokull) Glacier
Gígjökull (Gigjokull) Glacier Gigjokull is one of two glacier outlets from the glacier volcano Eyjafjallajokull, the other being Steinholtsjokull. The 2010 Eyjafjallajokull eruption was close to the head of Gigjokull. Gigjokull empties out of the summit crater area at 1600 meters, flows across the ice cap to 1500 meters and then descends in an icefall down 200 meters. Water flowing rom Gigjokull enters the Markarfljot river and eruptions in the area have caused great glacier bursts, 2010 being indeed the latest example.
Gígjökull (Gigjokull) Glacier
Gígjökull (Gigjokull) Glacier Gigjokull is one of two glacier outlets from the glacier volcano Eyjafjallajokull, the other being Steinholtsjokull. The 2010 Eyjafjallajokull eruption was close to the head of Gigjokull. Gigjokull empties out of the summit crater area at 1600 meters, flows across the ice cap to 1500 meters and then descends in an icefall down 200 meters. Water flowing rom Gigjokull enters the Markarfljot river and eruptions in the area have caused great glacier bursts, 2010 being indeed the latest example.
Gígjökull (Gigjokull) Glacier
Gígjökull (Gigjokull) Glacier Gigjokull is one of two glacier outlets from the glacier volcano Eyjafjallajokull, the other being Steinholtsjokull. The 2010 Eyjafjallajokull eruption was close to the head of Gigjokull. Gigjokull empties out of the summit crater area at 1600 meters, flows across the ice cap to 1500 meters and then descends in an icefall down 200 meters. Water flowing rom Gigjokull enters the Markarfljot river and eruptions in the area have caused great glacier bursts, 2010 being indeed the latest example.