From Eyjafjallajökull to Grímsvötn A New Volcanic Threat from Iceland

Just over two months after officials declared Eyjafjallajökull dormant, Icelandic geophysicists say a separate volcano is showing signs of life. Grímsvötn volcano may be about to blow its top -- and European air travel could once again be affected.
Grímsvötn erupting in November 2004. Experts are monitoring the volcano for signs of an impending "glacial blast."

Grímsvötn erupting in November 2004. Experts are monitoring the volcano for signs of an impending "glacial blast."

Foto: PLL STEFANSSON/ ASSOCIATED PRESS
jlb -- with wire reports
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