Geographers will be aware of the Icelandic eruption which is developing by the day in Geldingadalur / Geldingadalir.
This was an interesting tweet here:
The ongoing volcanic eruptions in Iceland and Saint Vincent are a world apart. The contrasts couldn’t be starker. Icelanders are flocking to Geldingadalir; Vincentians are being forced to evacuate from the La Soufriere eruption. A mind-blowing juxtaposition if you think about it. pic.twitter.com/5h2619tIZG— Dr Stephen Hicks 🇪🇺 (@seismo_steve) April 10, 2021
How are volcanoes 'experienced' and why the differences?
There have been a great many dramatic images posted.
meanwhile in St Vincent and the Grenadines Ben Hennig has been sharing some great links
The annual pilgrimage of geologists to bring tithes to their god, Vulcan, in hopes of a bountiful harvest of rocks next season.— Prof. Paul Byrne (@ThePlanetaryGuy) April 11, 2021
(Or, spectators at the Fagradalsfjall eruption, getting as close to active lava as you can without getting singed. Photo by @brianemfinger) pic.twitter.com/9upARgvdX9
Find it difficult to keep up with the ongoing action & developments at the #volcano #eruption in #Iceland? Mikael Pekkala has put together a map that shows all the developments + links to all of the live webcam streams that are now available. Great effort! https://t.co/R9Y5NVvUjS pic.twitter.com/MdwMPYRUSS— Benjamin Hennig (@geoviews) April 11, 2021
Paul Berry has been busy too and has written a very useful comparison post on his Devon Geography blog.