Einar Kjartansson

Geophysicist, Icelandic Meteorological Office

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Geophysicist at the Icelandic Meteorological Office

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Air travel in Europe is almost back to normal, although shifting winds have sent plumes of volcanic ash over Scotland and Scandinavia, forcing some airports to close again.

Are We Prepared for Volcanic Disruption?

Air travel in Europe is almost back to normal, although shifting winds have sent plumes of volcanic ash over Scotland and Scandinavia, forcing some airports to close again.

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Airports in Europe are back in business, although shifting winds have sent plumes of volcanic ash over Scotland and Scandinavia, forcing some airports to close again.

Are We Prepared for Volcanic Disruption?

Airports in Europe are back in business, although shifting winds have sent plumes of volcanic ash over Scotland and Scandinavia, forcing some airports to close again.

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