Jarðfræðivefurinn – The geology web (isl)<br />Web about geology for students. <br />The web tells you about:<br />the structure of the earth<br />earthquakes<br />volcanic eruptions<br />http://www1.nams.is/jardfraedi/<br />
Náttúruhamfarir á Íslandi - natural catastrophes in Iceland (isl)<br />A site about natural catastrophes in Iceland<br />You can read about all kinds of catastrophes in Iceland f.ex. earthquakes, volcanic eruptions and avalanches<br />http://www.ismennt.is/not/helgahe/Lokaverkefni/Forsida.htm<br />
Iceland.is<br />The Official Gateway to Iceland: Volcano Report<br />Here you will find a wealth of information on the recent volcanic eruption in Eyjafjallajökull – and on how to enjoy your visit to Iceland, safe and secure!<br />http://www.iceland.is/<br />
Institute of earthsciencesinIceland<br />This web is from the Earth science University of Iceland. There you can read about the Eyjafjallajökull eruption.<br />http://www.earthice.hi.is/<br />
Global volcanism program<br />This is a web that has information about 1554 volcanoes located around the world. Iceland's volcanoes and others are listed here and you can see pictures of them.<br />http://www.volcano.si.edu/<br />
Volcanoes online<br />This is a great website that explains the earth's continental drifts and volcanoes. The website is pleasant and contains great pictures that explain the content of the website.<br />http://library.thinkquest.org/17457/?tqskip1=1<br />
Volcanoes<br />This web explains the nature of volcanoes and volcanic eruptions. You can read about athe predictions of volcanic eruptions and find good links to other volcano sites.<br />http://www.learner.org/interactives/volcanoes/<br />
Useful websites about Iceland<br />Official Travel Guide to Iceland - http://www.visiticeland.com/<br />Inspired by Iceland - http://www.inspiredbyiceland.com/?site_locale=en<br />
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