a reply to: loam
Many smaller eruptions happen there but go unnoticed because they happen beneath the glaciers. I believe this volcano erupted in 1793 and as the
result cause the mini-iceage in Europe for the next several years until the ashes fell out of the atmosphere.
Bardargunga is at north end of the Atlantic rift and runs the complete length of Iceland.
One thing that is certain, that the climate change people will be perplectic over this when the average temperature cools over the next few years.
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