How Did the Iceland Volcano Erupt?

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Eyjafjallaj?kull, one of Iceland?s smaller ice caps is located in the far south of the island. The last volcanic eruption in the Eyjafjallaj?kull area occurred in 1821 to 1823 with the most recent major eruption in April 2010, lasting more than 3 days.
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The Iceland volcano near Eyjafjallaj?kull glacier began to erupt just after the midnight of 14 April, 2010, sending lava 100 metres high. The eruption was about 120 km (75 miles) east of the capital, Reykjavik. Icelandic airspace was closed, flights diverted and roads closed.
The Icelandic volcano erupted on March 21, 2010. The eruption caused a fissure that was 1 kilometre long in an ice field. The volcano is located close to the Eyjafjallajoekull glacier and it erupted just after midnight. As a result of the eruption, people were relocated, airspace and roads were closed, and all traffic was diverted to other parts.
The Iceland volcano erupted in March 2010 ripping a 1 kilometre fissure of ice sending larva as high as 100 meters. Eruptions occurred under the Eyjafjallajokull glacier spewing large amounts of ash leading to closure of the Icelandic airspace.
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