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2010 eruptions of Eyjafjallajökull. The 2010 eruptions of Eyjafjallajökull were volcanic events at Eyjafjallajökull in Iceland which, although relatively small for volcanic eruptions, caused enormous disruption to air travel across western and northern Europe over an initial period of six days in April 2010.

2010 eruptions of Eyjafjallajökull

Additional localised disruption continued into May 2010. The eruption was declared officially over in October 2010, when snow on the glacier did not melt. From 14–20 April, ash from the volcanic eruption covered large areas of Northern Europe. About 20 countries closed their airspace to commercial jet traffic and it affected approximately 10 million travellers.[1] Seismic activity started at the end of 2009 and gradually increased in intensity until on 20 March 2010, a small eruption started rated as a 1 on the volcanic explosivity index.[2] Beginning on 14 April 2010, the eruption entered a second phase and created an ash cloud that led to the closure of most of the European IFR airspace from 15 until 20 April 2010.

Disaster tourism. Disaster tourism is the act of traveling to a disaster area for pleasure, usually out of curiosity.

Disaster tourism

Origins of Disaster tourism Disaster Tourism is used for leisure travels to zones whipped by natural disasters or traumatic events known as "traumascapes".[1] Some scholars argue that these sites offers a message to visitors and tourists in order for them to interpret their own life.[2] Disaster tourism offers a pedagogical instrument to community to accelerate the time in post recovery process.[3][4] Rodanthi Tzanelli, lecturer at University of Leeds called the attention to the needs to articulate trans-disciplinary research to understand Thana Tourism or Disaster Tourism.[5] R.

Tzanelli explores the role of thanaptosis in the media and film-industries. Volcano House, Iceland. Volcano House is a Geology exhibition in Reykjavík, Iceland, located at Tryggvagata 11.[1] The exhibition gives a brief overview of Iceland’s geological history and volcanic systems.[2] Every hour the Volcano House shows two documentaries, one about the volcanic eruption of Eyjafjallajökull in 2010 and one about the volcanic eruption in the Westman Islands in 1973.

Volcano House, Iceland

Volcano House also includes a coffee shop and a gift shop. Opening hours are from 9.00 - 22.00 every day of the week. Admission[edit] Admission for the Geology exhibition is free, but ticket price for the cinema, both documentaries, is 1990 ISK per person. 1700 ISK for senior citizens and students (with a student card), 1600 ISK for Reykjavik Welcome Card holders, 1000 ISK for children between 12-16 and 500 ISK for children between 6-12.[3] History[edit]

Museo Vulcanologico dell'Etna, Nicolosi. A Nicolosi, è situato il Museo Vulcanologico dell'Etna, un museo interamente dedicato al Vulcano più alto d'Europa, da poco ribattezzato "Volcano House".

Museo Vulcanologico dell'Etna, Nicolosi

Il Museo è stato inaugurato nel 2002 ed ha sede nella storica casa dei F.lli Gemmellaro, studiosi e vulcanologici dell'Etna. Inicio. Volcanoes earthquakes gallery. Living with volcanoes - What's on. In Maori tradition volcanoes and earthquakes are the work of Ruaumoko.

Living with volcanoes - What's on

Ruaumoko is the restless unborn child of Papatuanuku, the Earth Mother. In the twenty-first century we’re still fascinated by the violence and beauty of volcanoes. Indonesia's Travel Directory. Indonesia is rich in volcanoes and is known as the Ring of Fire.

Indonesia's Travel Directory

This is because the position of Indonesia which is located at the meeting point of three tectonic plates are colliding namely Eurasian plate, the Indo Australian Plate and the Pacific Plate. The third collision of these plates, making some parts breakdown on the earth's crust, in addition to generate heat, also produces molten rock (magma). Through cracks in the molten magma pushed up to the surface and forming volcanic cones and eventually make it into a series of active volcanoes. If you want to know more about the Volcano in Indonesia, you can visit the Merapi Volcano Museum, which was established on October 1, 2009 and is located at Dusun Banteng, Hargobinangun Village, Pakem District, Sleman Regency, Central Java, Indonesia.

Volcano Toursim. The Volcano House in Reykjavik, Iceland - The Volcano House. Eldheimar. Eldheimar Volcano Museum Interactive Exhibits. Launched in May 2014, the Eldheimar Volcano Museum is dedicated to one of Iceland’s biggest natural disasters: the Heimaey eruption in 1973. Eldfjallasafn. Lavacentre. Volcanoes and Earthquakes. Epic forces are at work every day, changing the face of our planet.

Volcanoes and Earthquakes

Through dramatic film footage, exhibits, interactive games and our famous earthquake simulator, explore how the powers within shape the world in which we live in the Volcanoes and Earthquakes gallery. Examine fossils from a time when all Earth's continents were joined, and the animals that evolved after the continents separated. See lava bombs, volcanic glass hair, and crystals created under intense pressure beneath Earth's surface. the heat suits and field equipment used by scientists studying volcanoescasts of victims from the Mount Vesuvius eruption of AD 79objects melted by lava flowshydrothermal vents that release hot magma from under the seahistoric seismographic equipmentbuilding techniques to guard against earthquake damage Audio descriptive guide Download an audio descriptive guide to the Volcanoes and Earthquakes gallery:

Jaggar Museum & Overlook - Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park. Volcano Awareness – Hawaii Pacific Parks Association. DVD: 2017 Eruption Update & Lava Flows and Lava Tubes (Dual Pack)

Volcano Awareness – Hawaii Pacific Parks Association

DVD: 2017 Eruption Update – Hawaii Pacific Parks Association. Taupo’s Volcanic Activity Centre – your educational interactive volcanic visitors centre - earthquake simulator, school groups. Museo de los volcanes. Sus contenidos se centran en la presentación del medio físico de la Garrotxa incidiendo, por un lado, en los fenómenos sísmicos y vulcanológicos y, por el otro, en los principales ecosistemas de la comarca.

Museo de los volcanes

Entender la naturaleza geológica de la tierra y las causas de los terremotos y los volcanes, así como conocer las principales características del volcanismo en nuestro territorio son el objetivo de la primera parte del recorrido. La segunda parte está dedicada a explicar, mediante unos dioramas muy gráficos, cómo son los principales ecosistemas de la Garrotxa. LagOmar. Originally conceived by César Manrique and designed by the artist Jesús Soto for the British developer Sam Benady with an architectural vision which could evoke mental imagery from the arabian nights mythology.


In the early 1970s actor Omar Sharif came to Lanzarote to film “The Mysterious Island”, he visited LagOmar, fell in love with it and bought it. San Benady knowing Sharif’s reputation as a card player challenged him to a game of Bridge. Museo de los Volcanes – Huilo Huilo Reserva Biológica – Patagonia Cordillera de los Andes Chile. Museo de Sor Juana y los Volcanes : Museos México : Sistema de Información Cultural-Secretaría de Cultura. ECOMUSEO LA CASA DE LOS VOLCANES  - VENTANA DEL VISITANTE. Museo de volcanes. Vulcania : Volcanoes theme park in Auvergne, France. Museu dels Volcans. Volcanoes. Guia CasaVolcanes esp.


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