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Live from the volcano in Geldingadalir, Iceland

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  • Live from the volcano in Meradalir, Iceland

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    A new fissure opened up North-East of Geldingadalir and lava is streaming into Meradalir.

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  • Live from the volcano in Geldingadalir, Iceland

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  • Volcano Eruption in Iceland! Live with Audio April 6 Camera A - Fissure Cam

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    Live stream from RÚV Iceland and mbl.is. A big thank you to them for providing this feed.

    Apparently Old Spice is making Volcano Shampoo, gonna pick some up for sure!

    Let's hope merch like this comes out for this eruption

    With a volcanic eruption occurring in Iceland people outside Iceland may have a hard time finding these streams. Hopefully I have made it easier for people from all over the world to view the news and events happening here

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  • Iceland Volcanic Eruption LIVE with Sound

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    Live stream as seen on mbl.is

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  • 10 Days, Five Minutes - Volcanic Eruption in Geldingadalir Iceland - Time-Lapse

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    Please feel free to adjust the speed.
    More details about the location and more can be seen at the end of the video 05:45

    This is a 10 day time-lapse video made from the Icelandic National Broadcasting Services live stream of the volcanic eruption in Geldingadalir on the Reykjanes peninsula in Iceland. The video spans about ten days in just under 22 minutes. From 20.03.2021 11:58 to 30.03.2021 09:31

    A lot of frames had to be cut out due to low visibility, blinding light and people walking in front of the camera. The edits should result in more pleasant viewing of the video.

    The eruption started in the evening of March 19th and continues to the making of this video. It´s expected to last for quite some time, weeks, months, years and even decades. It can´t be said for sure at this time.

    The volcano has been spewing out around 5 cubic meters per second (m3/s) of hot lava, around 5 million cubic meters every day. The 1.220-1.240°C (2.228-2.264F) hot lava is the hottest to ever have been measured in Iceland. The lava has a chemical signature of a deep origin and the volcano is therefore suspected to be feed by a large reservoir of molten lava at depth of about 17-20km (10.5-12.5 miles).
    The lava is expected to begin flow into the next valley sometime around 5th of April.

    The eruption is in an area which is not inhabited by people so no infrastructure is in danger so far.

    Thanks for the love and support threw all of these videos. It has really been encouragement to keep this work going.

    Live stream on ruv.is:

    Areal footage from Reykjavík Grapevine:


    Maps from Landmælingar Íslands:

  • Volcanic eruption in Iceland! Live - Tuesday 6th - CamBOB

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  • 15 days, Three minutes - Volcanic Eruption in Geldingadalir Iceland - Time-Lapse

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    This is a 15 day time-lapse video made from the Icelandic National Broadcasting Services live stream of the volcanic eruption in Geldingadalir on the Reykjanes peninsula in Iceland. The video spans about fifteen days in just 3 minutes. From 20.03.2021 11:58 to 03.03.2021 12:36

    The eruption started in the evening of March 19th and continues to the making of this video. It´s expected to last for quite some time, weeks, months, years and even decades. It can´t be said for certain at this time.

    The volcano has been spewing out around 5.7 cubic meters per second (m3/s) of hot lava, around 5 million cubic meters every day. The 1.220-1.240°C (2.228-2.264F) hot lava is the hottest to ever have been measured in Iceland. The lava has a chemical signature of a deep origin and the volcano is therefore suspected to be feed by a large reservoir of molten lava at depth of about 17-20km (10.5-12.5 miles).

    The lava is expected to begin flow into the next valley sometime around 5th of April.

    The eruption is in an area which is not inhabited by people so no infrastructure is in danger so far.

    Thanks for the love and support threw all of these videos. It has really been an encouragement to keep this work going.

    Live stream on ruv.is:

    Information from the University of Iceland, Institute of Earth Science:

  • Volcano eruption Iceland in 4K

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    The erupting volcano in Iceland - Geldingadalir - Fagradalsfjall on the 24th and 26th of March, showing the progression from day to night in 4K, only a few days after the eruption started.

    © Madelon Dielen Fotografie & Fotoreizen | De Fotoschool
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  • ICELANDIC VOLCANO ERUPTION 4K - Flying through the lava

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    After weeks of thousands of earthquakes on the peninsula of Reykjanes in Iceland on March 19th 2021 the ground opened up and the lava reached the surface. The volcano of GELDINGADALIR at the FAGRADALSFJALLI was born. Right after I heard from the eruption I flew to Iceland waited for the end of my quarantine and then I spent several days and nights at the volcano. It was such an incredible adventure. Every day the volcano looked completely different.

    For this footage I brought 3 Mavic 2 Pro drones with me. One was „sacrificed“ for the very close up shots. As those flights through the lava spray were pure luck and the drones records the footage internally I recorded the screen of my remote control that in case of loosing it I would at least have the final shots saved on my mobile phone. But this lucky bee survived to the very end. The drone is completely melted from the outside and there are so many malfunctions and errors that it’s funny to fly - BUT it still flies and captures photos and videos.

    Attention: You are NOT allowed to use any of this footage without purchasing a license - this also applies for non-commercial use. Any use without a license for commercial or non-commercial/private use will be prosecuted. My footage has been featured in well-known TV-Productions (BBC,...) and in multiple projects of globally active organizations (Google LTD, WWF,...).

    Sorry for the watermark, but I have some serious issues with people stealing my footage and selling it illegally on Shutterstock. We are currently conducting a major lawsuit against Shutterstock. The injunction was submitted in summer 2020. Thank you for your understanding.

    Details
    Cinematography: Stefan Forster
    Cut and Editing: Stefan Forster
    Music: Hampus Naeselius ES
    Drone: Mavic / D-Log-M 4K 30P HQ
    Software: Davinci Resolve Studio 17

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  • 4K Aerial Footage of Icelandic Volcano with Daði & Gagnamagnið

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    A volcanic eruption began 19 March 2021 in the region of Fagradalsfjall mountain on the Reykjanes peninsula in Iceland. It is at Geldingadalir, around the centre of the magma intrusion dyke that has formed under the peninsula over recent weeks.

    The flight was 20 March at 09:00 GMT, 11 hours after the volcano started to erupt.

    This footage was taken with RED Weapon 35 and SHOTOVER G1 gimbal that was rigged inside a Bell 407 Helicopter.

    Video credit: Jón Páll Pálsson and Gísli Berg
    Editor: Gísli Berg
    Pilot: Reynir Freyr Pétursson
    Co Pilot: Jón Þór Þorleifsson
    Video copyright: RÚV (

    Music: Daði Freyr and Gagnamagnið - 10 Years
    (Iceland's entry in Eurovision 2021)
    Music copyright: AWAL Digital Limited (Kobalt)

  • 7 days, Two Minutes - Volcanic Eruption in Geldingadalir Iceland - Time-Lapse

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    Seven day time-lapse video made from the Icelandic National Broadcasting Services live stream of the volcanic eruption in Geldingahraun on the Reykjanes peninsula in Iceland. The video spans roughly seven days in just over a minute and a half. From 20.03.2021 11:58 to 27.03.2021 06:11

    The weather in Iceland can be unpredictable so a lot of frames had to be cut out due to low visibility. Viewing of the video should be easier on the eyes without the constant change in weather and differences in brightness.
    The eruption started in the evening of March 19th and continues to the making of this video.

    The eruption is the first on the Reykjanes peninsula in almost 800 years. Scientists suspect this to be the beginning of increasing volcanic activity with more eruptions in the area for the next centuries.

    This eruption is expected to last for quite some time, months, years and even decades. The lava has a chemical signature of a deep origin and the volcano is therefore suspected to be feed by a large reservoir of molten lava below.
    The lava flows out at about 5.7 cubic meters per second and adds to the total volume about half a million cubic meters every day.

    The lava flow model in the video shows expected lava coverage for April the 11th. The lava is expected to begin flowing into the next valley sometime around 5th of April.

    The eruption is in an area which is not inhabited by people so no infrastructure is in danger so far.

    Live stream on ruv.is:

    Lava flow model from the Icelandic Meteorological Office:

    Areal footage from Reykjavík Grapevine:

  • 2021.03.30 Timelapse of Eruption in Geldingadalir near Fagradalsfjall

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    The eruption continues filling up Geldingadalir, the new Viðburðastofa Vestfjarða camera shows the two cones quite nicely.

    Footage from ruv.is was sped up 120 times to create a time-lapse showing the progress of the lava over the course a few hours compressed into a minute and a half.

    Music: Whispers by Valante from:

  • VIOLENT AND EXPLOSIVE BIRTH OF THE VOLCANO IN ICELAND Rise of Geldingadalir Volcano

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    The Birth of Geldingadalir volcano, Iceland
    Don’t try to find Geldingadalir Volcano on existing school maps. You will not find that since name of this new volcano – “Model 2021” – exists only couple of day – basiclly from March 19 2021 – when in 9:30 PM magma rising in dykes for couple of months bursted up giving the birth yet another of Icelandic volcanoes.
    Signs of major tectonic activities were clear for months prior to the eruption.

    In the beginning of December 2019 and into March 2021, a swarm of earthquakes, two of which reached magnitude 5.6, rocked the Reykjanes peninsula, sparking concerns that an eruption was imminent. The earthquakes were thought to have been triggered by dyke intrusions and magma moving under the peninsula. Minor damage to homes from the February 4 magnitude 5.6 earthquake was reported. In the three weeks prior to the eruption, more than 40,000 tremors were recorded by seismographs.

    On 19 March 2021, an effusive eruption started just before 9:30 PM local time in Geldingadalir (wether valleys, the singular Geldingadalur is also often used) to the south of Fagradalsfjall, the first known eruption on the peninsula in about 800 years. Fagradalsfjall has been dormant for 6,000 years. The eruptive activity was first announced by the Icelandic Meteorological Office at 9:40 PM. Reports stated a 600–700-metre-long (2,000–2,300 ft) fissure vent began ejecting lava, which covered an area of less than 1 square kilometre (0.39 sq mi). As of the following day, the lava flows posed no threat to residents, as the area is mostly uninhabited, although there is potential for sulfur dioxide pollution. The new eruption has been called Geldingadalsgos (Geldingadalur eruption).

  • New Fissure in the Geldingadalir Volcano in Iceland - News Update

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    Latest news and footage from the Icelandic volcano who decided to open up a new fissure today, April 5th. The photos are from the Icelandic Civil protection Agency and the video is from RUV - The Icelandic National Broadcasting Service. Links to their live cam is to be found here below:

    Live volcano feed / Cam1


    Live volcano feed / Cam2


    Earthquakes on aerial photo layer.


    14 month earthquake timelapse


    Interview with Páll Einarsson, Institute of Earth Sciences, University of Iceland.


    Drive around Grindavík - My own Grindavík tour with description


    Lava roads on the Reykjanes Peninsula


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  • Live from Geldingadalir Volcano - Icelandic Volcano Erupts After 6,000 Years

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    Volcano in Iceland spews lava in first eruption in 6,000 years
    REYKJAVIK, Iceland -- A long-dormant volcano on the Reykjanes Peninsula in southwestern Iceland flared to life Friday night, spilling lava down two sides in that area's first volcanic eruption in nearly 800 years.

    Initial aerial footage, posted on the Facebook page of the Icelandic Meteorological Office, showed a relatively small eruption so far, with two streams of lava running in opposite directions. The glow from the lava could be seen from the outskirts of Iceland's capital, Reykjavík, which is about 32 kilometers (20 miles) away.

    The Department of Emergency Management said it was not anticipating evacuations because the volcano is in a remote valley, about 2.5 kilometers (1.5 miles) from the nearest road.
    The Fagradals Mountain volcano had been dormant for 6,000 years, and the Reykjanes Peninsula hadn't seen an eruption of any volcano in 781 years.

    There had been signs of a possible eruption recently, with earthquakes occurring daily for the past three weeks. But volcanologists were still taken by surprise because the seismic activity had calmed down before the eruption.

  • Volcano Eruption in Iceland! Live with Audio April 6 Camera B

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    Live stream from RÚV Iceland and mbl.is. A big thank you to them for providing this feed.

    Apparently Old Spice is making Volcano Shampoo, gonna pick some up for sure!

    Let's hope merch like this comes out for this eruption

    With a volcanic eruption occurring in Iceland people outside Iceland may have a hard time finding these streams. Hopefully I have made it easier for people from all over the world to view the news and events happening here

    sources:




    #icelandvolcano #Volcano​​​ #Iceland​​​

  • Time-Lapse from the Volcanic Eruption by Fagradadalsfjall Iceland

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    Four day time-lapse video made from the Icelandic National Broadcasting Services live stream of the volcanic eruption in Geldingahraun on the Reykjanes peninsula in Iceland. The video spans about four days in less than 10 minutes. 20.03.2021 - 23.03.2021.

    The live stream can be found on ruv.is


    After weeks of earthquake activity, lava started to pour out from a fissure in the evening of Mars 19th, first noticed as a bright light in the sky.
    The eruption is the first on the Reykjanes peninsula in almost 800 years. Scientists suspect this to be the beginning of increasing volcanic activity with more eruptions in the area for the next centuries.

    This eruption is expected to last for quite some time, months and even years. The lava has a chemical signature of a deep origin and the volcano is thus suspected to be feed by a large reservoir of molten lava.

    Thousands of people have made their journey to see the volcano with their own eyes. After a 40 minute drive from Reykjavík city it will take about one and a half hour to hike towards the eruption from the main road. The eruption is in an area which is not inhabited by people so no infrastructure is in danger.

  • 17 Days, 60 Minutes - Volcanic Eruption in Geldingadalir Iceland - Time-Lapse

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    This time-lapse video spans around 17 days in 60 minutes of the volcanic eruption in Geldingadalir on the Reykjanes peninsula in Iceland. From 20.03.2021 GMT12:00 to the first 6 hours from when the new fissures opened up 03.05.2021 GMT18:00.

    Please feel free to adjust the speed.
    More information can be seen at the end of the video 01:00:54

    The video was made from the Icelandic National Broadcasting Services live stream of the volcanic eruption in Geldingadalir. The eruption started in the evening of March 19th and continues to the making of this video. It is expected to last for quite some time, weeks, months, years and even decades. It can´t be said for certain at this time.

    The volcano had been spewing out around 5.7 cubic meters per second (m3/s) of hot lava, around 5 million cubic meters every day. The 1.220-1.240°C (2.228-2.264F) hot lava is the hottest to ever have been measured in Iceland. The lava has a chemical signature of a deep origin and the volcano is therefore suspected to be feed by a large reservoir of molten lava at depth of about 17-20km (10.5-12.5 miles).

    A new chapter in this saga of volcanic eruptions on the Reykjanes peninsula in Iceland:
    The activity in the craters in Geldingadalir has decreased quite a bit but the new fissures are very active. First measurements show that the total amount of lava flow in Geldingadalir (3m*37s) and on Fagradalsfjall (7m*3/s) combined is suspected to be around 10 m*3/s and has therefore grown in intensity. The lava from the new fissures is now flowing in a long river down into Meradalir, east of the fissures.

    The eruption is in an area which is not inhabited by people so no infrastructure is in danger so far.

    Thanks for the love and support threw all of these videos. It has really been an encouragement to keep this work going.

    Live stream on ruv.is:

    Information from the University of Iceland, Institute of Earth Science:

    Areal footage from Reykjavík Grapevine:


    Maps from Landmælingar Íslands:

    Satellite photo from Copernicus - The European Earth Observation Programme:


    Timestamps:
    00:00 – Intro
    00:26 - Day One March 20
    03:20 – Day Two March 21
    07:49 – Day Three March 22
    12:29 – Day Four March 23
    16:52 – Day Five March 24
    19:16 – Day Six March 25
    23:11 – Day Seven March 26
    27:44 – Day Eight March 27
    31:22 – Day Nine March 28
    33:51 – Day Ten March 29
    38:16 – Day Eleven March 30
    42:22 – Day Twelve March 31
    45:53 – day Thirteen April 1
    48:24 – Day Fourteen April 2
    52:21 – Day Fifteen April 3
    52:32 – Day Sixteen April 4
    57:29 – day Seventeen April 5
    57:35 - Fagradalsfjall Fissure Opens
    1:01:00 - Information

  • World Panic New Sightings of the Geldingadalir Volcano Eruption

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    World Panic (April 8): New Sightings of the Geldingadalir Volcano Eruption

    The new crack in the volcano's surface was spotted by a sightseeing helicopter on Monday, and is about 500m (1,640ft) long. It was spotted around half a mile from the original site in the Geldinga Valley where the volcano started erupting on 20 March.


    #eruption #volcano #iceland #april8 #geldingadalir #usadefenseline

  • Live Volcano! Live from Geldingadalir volcano, Iceland

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    Live from Geldingadalir volcano, Iceland




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  • Iceland Volcano Eruption - New fissure opens in Reykjanes - 05 April 2021

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    Fagradalsfjall Eruption, Reykjanes Iceland
    A new fissure opens in Reykjanes - 05 April 2021

    This was taken live from the live-stream (ruv.is) when they first realised.
    Follow the eruption live:


    #eruption #Iceland #Geldingadalir #Fagradalsfjall #Geldingadalsgos #volcano

    My photo-stream:

  • LIVE.! Geldingadalir Volcano, Iceland - Eruption Continues, Filling The Entire Valley

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    Icelandic Active Volcano (Geldingadalir Volcano) - Live Streaming April 4, 2021. (Source: ruv.is)

    Fagradalsfjall Volcano Update:

    Eruption Continues to go on, filling the entire Geldingadalir Valley.

    The eruption in Geldingadalir, now soon two weeks old, shows no signs of weakening. Activity has been building a slowly growing cone around the two active vents in the center, which undergoes constant modifications by accumulating spatter and smaller and larger collapses.

    The lava flows continue to fill the valley and might soon start overflowing into one of the adjacent ones; there are even unconfirmed reports that it might have already started to do so.
    In the meanwhile, we shall provide you with live streams from the valley credited primarily to our source, the ruv.is site.

    After being shaken by 15 months of increasingly disruptive earthquakes, including about 50,000 in the past three weeks, Iceland’s Reykjanes Peninsula is finally experiencing the volcanic eruption that many geologists suspected was on its way. After nearly 800 years without an eruption, this southwestern strip of the country is experiencing lava flows that experts say have been a long time coming.

    On Friday, March 19, at around 8:45 p.m. local time, molten rock breached the surface in a valley near a flat-topped mountain named Fagradalsfjall, in the region of Geldingadalur, six miles from the nearest town. Incandescent spatter erupted along a crack in the earth, scorching the soil as small lava fountains illuminated the dark landscape.

  • Geldingadalir Volcano, Icelandic Active Vocano Live Streaming April 2021.

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    Geldingadalir Volcano, Icelandic Active Vocano Live Streaming April 2021. (Sources: ruv.is, mbl.is)

    Fagradalsfjall Volcano Update:

    Eruption Continues to go on, filling the entire Geldingadalir Valley.

    The eruption in Geldingadalir, now soon two weeks old, shows no signs of weakening. Activity has been building a slowly growing cone around the two active vents in the center, which undergoes constant modifications by accumulating spatter and smaller and larger collapses.

    The lava flows continue to fill the valley and might soon start overflowing into one of the adjacent ones; there are even unconfirmed reports that it might have already started to do so.
    In the meanwhile, we shall provide you with live streams from the valley credited primarily to our source, the ruv.is site.

  • ICELAND VOLCANO 2021 | How long will the eruption last? And other questions answered

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    The volcanic eruption in Iceland (Fagradalsfjall/Geldingadalir) has been quite the hot topic in the news the last two weeks now since it began erupting lava on March 19th. This volcano has not seen an eruption for about 6,000 years, and the peninsula in about 800 years! Leading up to the eruption, there were thousands of earthquakes shaking the Reykjanes Peninsula for about three weeks until the volcano decided to finally erupt. With all the videos and information going around, I know it can sometimes be overwhelming to get all your questions answered, especially if you do not have a bunch of geology classes under your belt like I fortunately do. So...

    In this video I answer the common questions I've been seeing floating around the internet, like: How long will the eruption last? How did geologists know when and where the eruption would occur? Should we expect more earthquakes? Is the volcano putting anyone in danger? What type of rock is forming? and I also explain why the magma sourcing this volcano is so special compared to other volcanic eruptions in the peninsula in the recent past. Since getting a geology degree, my desire to visit Iceland has strengthened exponentially, and now even more so.

    UPDATE: TWO NEW FISSURES HAVE OPENED AS OF 4/5/21 and the lava flow has now started to flow into the nearby valley, Meladilir.

    P.S. At one point in the video, I mention a time range of 8-18 days. This was the number at the time of me filming the video, but now it's more like 2-12 days.

    Below I have included some links for you to keep up to date with the most recent volcano news from Iceland, including a livestream of the volcano in Geldingadalir/Fagradalsfjall.

    Watch the livestream:
    Info on gas pollution:
    Live updates from Iceland news website with a livestream:
    Description of the rock samples taken from the eruption:


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  • A new fissure just opened in Iceland

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    I really recommend checking this website out for the most recent news and images:

    Hello everybody. Another interesting day here in Iceland. A new fissure has opened just 500m NorthEast of the eruption in Geldingadalir. It is estimated to be at around 100-300m at first glance but it is being thoroughly investingated as we speak.
    It was always considered a possibilty that a new fissure would open in the area but it was always getting less and less likely. But just yesterday an earthquake the size of 3 struk in the area just 1.5 SouthWest from Keilir which makes it the first earthquake on Reykjanesskagi over 3 in size since the eruption started in Geldingadalir. It is unknown if that has had any effects on the eruption site or if it was the cause of the new fissure opening but it is most likely being investingated.
    I apoligize for not uploading as frequently as I normaly do, there just hasn’t been any interesting updates for me to do these quick videos on. Instead I’ve been working on the video about Reykjanesskagi and it’s volcanic history and it’s taking longer to finish then I was expecting. That is mostly due to the fact that I really wanted to film some footage myself but the weather here in Iceland just hasn’t been favorable does not seem to getting better anytime soon. But I’ll still be trying to get the video out soon so stay tuned and consider subscribing if you don’t want to miss it.

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  • 4 days, One Minute - Volcanic Eruption in Geldingadalir Iceland - Time-Lapse

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    Four day time-lapse video made from the Icelandic National Broadcasting Services live stream of the volcanic eruption in Geldingahraun on the Reykjanes peninsula in Iceland. The video spans about four days in less than a minute.

    Weather in Iceland can be unpredictable so a lot of frames had to be cut out due to low visibility. Viewing of the video should be more pleasant without the constant change in weather and differences in brightness.

    Lava started pouring out from a fissure in the evening of Mars 19t and continues to the making of this video.

    The eruption is the first on the Reykjanes peninsula in almost 800 years. Scientists suspect this to be the beginning of increasing volcanic activity with more eruptions in the area for the next centuries.
    This eruption is expected to last for quite some time, months and even years. The lava has a chemical signature of a deep origin and the volcano is therefore suspected to be feed by a large reservoir of molten lava.

    Thousands of people have made their journey to see the volcano with their own eyes. After a 40 minute drive from Reykjavík city it will take about one and a half hour to hike towards the eruption from the main road. The eruption is in an area which is not inhabited by people so no infrastructure is in danger.

    Live stream on ruv.is:

    3D model from EFLA Consulting Engineers:


    Satellite photo from Copernicus - The European Earth Observation Programme:

  • Scary scene Iceland volcano crater collapse, many visitors were still at eruption site

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    Iceland put up a unique display and perhaps the greatest show on earth when sporting an active volcano in Geldingadalir, and the famous aurora borealis at the same time. The weather was very good and the sky was clear, with a beautiful dark sky filled with stars completely visible, unlike when the city lights pollute the sky.

  • New Fissure has Opened in Geldingadalur Eruption! People Evacuated | Breaking News April 5, 2021

    4:09

    A new fissure has opened not far from the eruption site and all people in the area have been/are being evacuated.
    These fissures can open anywhere in the area and without warning.

    images by:
    Armas Salsola
    Gísli Matthías Gíslason

    Live feed here:

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  • Iceland Volcano Live | Multi Cam Eruption Live

    19:22:14

    Livestream Events is live streaming cameras overlooking the ongoing Iceland eruption, that's forming a volcano, due to the earthquake swarm that's been hitting Iceland the past few weeks. The Volcano is based at Geldingardalur valley on the Reykjanes peninsula.

    The camera(s) overlooking Keilir are provided by:

    The camera on the peak of Borgarfjall overlooking Nátthagi is provided by:

  • Lava Flow Predictions, Hight of the Lava and a 3D View of the Eruption Site | Geldingadalur, Iceland

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    Though not as recent as the new fissure opening, this information tells us a bit about what to expect on the lava flow, and it's pathway to the ocean should the eruption continue for a few months. The prediction at this point is 6 months or so at this rate to reach the ocean, but as with anything lava related, this can change.

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    Correction:

    The red area in the center is in actuality the lowest point in the original valley, which is now the greatest depth. The eruption site is in greenish tones, where it has piled up on the top of the ridge that ran thru the valley

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  • Iceland panic Some Tourists Get Stuck while Watching Volcano Erupting in Reykjavik

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    The Iceland witnessed the awakening of a volcano near its capital Reykjavik for the first time in 900 years, Streams of red lava bubbled and flowed out of a fissure in a valley in Geldingadalur, close to Mount Fagradalsfjall on the Reykjanes peninsula in southwestern Iceland.

  • Volcanic eruption in Iceland! - Video from the new Fissure

    2:59

    We got our drone in the air yesterday when the new Fissure started and this is how it looks. Raw footage from a rough flying conditions and very high winds.

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  • Lava Filling the Geldingadalur Valley Within a Week! Possibly Heading Out To the Ocean

    8:29

    Looks like the lava from the volcanic eruption continues to flow strong with greater impacts and more likely a chance it will reach the sea within a few months.

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  • Iceland Volcano Live Cameras | Live Eruption Ongoing

    9:33:55

    Livestream Events is live streaming cameras overlooking the ongoing Iceland eruption, that's forming a volcano, due to the earthquake swarm that's been hitting Iceland the past few weeks. The Volcano is based at Geldingardalur valley on the Reykjanes peninsula.

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  • VOD of LiveStream - Volcanic Eruption in Geldingadalir / Meradalir, Iceland - 4 Angles

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    The eruption began in Fagradalsfjall around 20:45​ on March 19th. There is no danger to settlements or structures at the moment, because the eruption and lava flow are tied to Geldingadalur, a well-defined cup in Fagradalsfjall, and as long as it does not change, everything is safe.

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    -- NEWS 5th April 2021
    A new fissure has opened just north of Geldingadalur, necessitating evacuation of the area.
    The fissure is at least 100 metres long, and is spraying lava into the air. This new fissure is as well far from populated areas and infrastructure, but no chances are being taken. As such, the eruption site is closed for the time being.
    “We can never know ahead of time how this volcano will behave,” volcanologist Magnús Tumi Guðmundsson told RÚV. “There is a certain amount of pressure, and there doesn’t seem to be a lot of material coming to the surface, but it could lead to an increased eruption. But we see no signs that it’s decreasing. This event is not at all over.”


    Quote from Reykjavik Grapevine:
    The basalt lava from the volcano at Geldingadalir comes from a deeper place than any that has come from volcanoes in that area for over seven millenia. It arrives from around 20 kilometres deep, meaning—as one scientist said—that this is like having an express connection to the centre of the earth.
    And this volcano could be here to stay. Scientists are saying now that it could be an effusive eruption, and historically some of those have gone on for decades.

    Quote from Natturuva:
    The magma streams steadily up through the vents in Geldingadalir and there are no obvious signs that it is diminishing. As in previous days, the lava river runs from the vents, first to the northwest, then swinging southward towards the lava stream in southern sector of Geldingadalir. Two surface breakouts have formed from the lava river, flowing on the lava surface to the northeast. Lava also appears to be ponding in the area northeast of the Norðri (Northy) and, occasionally, local boiling events take place through the surface crust. One such event took place in the morning of the 1st April 2021 right before 7 am. The vents also appear to be feeding lava in a closed pathway (i.e., lava tube), judging from faint degassing paths in the region, feeding an active flow front halfway between Suðri (Southy) and the southern terminus of the lava flow field. The main change in the eruption appears to be at the vents. The intensity of activity in Norðri (Northy) seems to have increased, where semi-continuous bubble boiling maintains a steady gas and lava jetting reaching 10-15 m into the air. Good portion of the splatter (i.e., spatter), lands in and merges with the lava river that is steadily discharged from the vent. Possibly this may evolve into steady lava fountaining and formation of fountain-fed lavas. At the same time, the intensity appears to have diminished somewhat in Suðri (Southy). The level of the lava in the crater is high, the vent-opening seems narrower, and the rims somewhat higher. Such development is typical for low-intensity (weak) explosive activity – the explosions do not have the power to disperse the eruptive products and conversely, they pile up around the vent. A steady stream of lava pours out of Suðri (Southy) and it is noticeable that its exit point stands significantly higher than the lava exit point from Norðri (Northy)

  • Iceland Volcano Update 5 April 2021-NEW FISSURE Erupts in Geldingadalur valley.

    9:05

    A new fissure erupts of the Fagradalsfjall Geldingadalir eruption in Geldingadalur valley while the original vent diminishes. The new fissure is north of the current vents. Originalsource video is by the RUV News Agency. More updates coming.
    This footage from RUV is the first few minutes of the eruption.

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  • AMAZING! Iceland Volcano Geldingadalir 4K Drone Footage Of Icelandic Lava In Fagradalsfjall

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    Amazing! Iceland Volcano Geldingadalir 4K Drone Footage Of Icelandic Lava In Fagradalsfjall

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  • Fagradalsfjall Volcano in Iceland - 3 day Time-lapse

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    As I promised, I will be supplying you with the best links as they come but the RUV live camera is now available on Youtube but it has been by far the best source so far. This time-lapse was compressed from some of their live feed or the first 3 days. Remarkable chance to see this little valley fill up like a bathtub in only one minute.

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    There is a new webcam now but I noticed that it is having some technical issues when I'm writing this.


    Geldingsdalir...see Google maps link..


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  • Horrible Iceland Volcanic Eruption Attack Thousands of Visitors in Reykjanes

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    The Thousands of people headed to the Reykjanes Peninsula near the town of Grindavik, around 19 miles southwest of the capital Reykjavík to catch a glimpse of the orange-hued display. Some visitors were even pictured grilling food on the scorching crust of magma as they soaked up the unique experience.

  • Lava Explodes From Volcano in Iceland | Crazy LAVA FLOWS in Iceland | Volcano Eruption 2021

    1:15

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    Amazing footage! Geldingadalur Volcano Eruption in Iceland 2021. Locals are flocking to see Iceland's erupting Geldingadalir volcano, which started spewing out lava a week ago. Since the eruption began, Icelandic authorities have set up a hiking trail to regulate the vast numbers of visitors and the area is being patrolled regularly to keep everyone safe.

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  • Side of Volcano Breaks Apart in Iceland || ViralHog

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    Occurred on March 21, 2021 / Grindavík, Iceland

    This is the most recent volcano in Iceland where we have had a record-breaking number of earthquakes in a few weeks. It is located just a few kilometers from Reykjavik and very close to the town of Grindavík and Keflavík in the valley Geldingadalur in Fagradalsfjall.

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  • Iceland Volcanic Update - The Fissure Eruption Continues To Grow As Two Main Eruptive Areas Merge

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  • ???? Watch A live feed from Fagradalsfjall, facing Geldingadalir. Iceland Volcano Eruption. Camera 2

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    Watch A live feed from Fagradalsfjall, facing Geldingadalir. Iceland Volcano Eruption. Camera 2
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  • ???? | Watch A live feed from Fagradalsfjall, facing Geldingadalir. Iceland Volcano Eruption. Camera 2

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  • Watch A live feed from Fagradalsfjall, facing Geldingadalir. Iceland Volcano Eruption. Camera 2

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    Watch A live feed from Fagradalsfjall, facing Geldingadalir. Iceland Volcano Eruption. Camera 2
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  • Watch A live feed from Fagradalsfjall, facing Geldingadalir. Iceland Volcano Eruption.

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    Watch a live feed from Fagradalsfjall, facing Geldingadalir, where a fissure eruption began Friday night, March 19, 2021. It's the first active volcano on the Reykjanes Peninsula in 800 years.

    This Iceland volcano eruption is a live feed from the newly named Geldingardalir volcano located in Fagradalsfjall on the Reykjanes Peninsula. The glow from the lava can be seen from the outskirts of Reykjavik, Iceland's capital, just 32km (20 miles) north of the eruption. The eruption started on March 19, 2021, after being dormant for almost 6,000 years. It is the first active volcano in the area in about 800 years.

  • Watch A live feed from Fagradalsfjall, facing Geldingadalir. Iceland Volcano Eruption.

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    Watch a live feed from Fagradalsfjall, facing Geldingadalir, where a fissure eruption began Friday night, March 19, 2021. It's the first active volcano on the Reykjanes Peninsula in 800 years.

    Watch a live feed from Fagradalsfjall, facing Geldingadalir, where a fissure eruption began Friday night, March 19, 2021. It's the first active volcano on the Reykjanes Peninsula in 800 years.



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  • Watch A Live feed from Fagradalsfjall, facing Geldingadalir. Iceland Volcano Eruption.

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    Watch a live feed from Fagradalsfjall, facing Geldingadalir, where a fissure eruption began Friday night, March 19, 2021. It's the first active volcano on the Reykjanes Peninsula in 800 years.

    This Iceland volcano eruption is a live feed from the newly named Geldingardalir volcano located in Fagradalsfjall on the Reykjanes Peninsula. The glow from the lava can be seen from the outskirts of Reykjavik, Iceland's capital, just 32km (20 miles) north of the eruption. The eruption started on March 19, 2021, after being dormant for almost 6,000 years. It is the first active volcano in the area in about 800 years.
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  • ???? | Watch A live feed from Fagradalsfjall, facing Geldingadalir. Iceland Volcano Eruption. Camera 2

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    Watch A live feed from Fagradalsfjall, facing Geldingadalir. Iceland Volcano Eruption. Camera 2

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