Vatnajökull

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Vat·na·jö·kull

 (vät′nä-yœ′kĭt-l, wät′-)
A large icecap of southeast Iceland.
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David, a former Blakeston School and Bede Sixth Form student, studied geography including the science of climate change at Durham University - where he is currently studying for his masters degree - and led a glacier survey expedition to Vatnajokull, Iceland.
To create the Rolls-Royce commission, Isaac Julien took a film crew of 50 to the wilderness of Iceland, where they filmed for five days in isolated glacial ice caves in the South East region of Vatnajokull.
6), which consists of six tons of ice from the Vatnajokull glacier, transported to a gallery and maintained in a frozen state by a cooling system.
Six months before filming began, 500 acres of corn were | sown for Cooper's farmland, so it had time to achieve its full height The ice planet was filmed on the Vatnajokull glacier in | Iceland, which had fallen in the path of volcanic eruptions and turned grey.
4-magnitude in the caldera of the volcano, situated under the Vatnajokull glacier in south-east Iceland, the Meteorological Office said.
Iceland's Met Office said two earthquakes measuring over magnitude five shook the volcano under the vast Vatnajokull glacier.
The Iceland Met Office said the small lava-eruption, though not visible, was detected under Dyngjujokull glacier in the northern part of Vatnajokull glacier, Xinhua reported.
Two earthquakes measuring over five shook the volcano beneath the vast Vatnajokull glacier early yesterday.
Two earthquakes measuring over 5 in magnitude - the biggest yet - shook the volcano beneath Iceland's vast Vatnajokull glacier yesterday.
Seismic data indicates that magma from the volcano is melting ice beneath the Dyngjujokull icecap on the Vatnajokull glacier, Met Of-Of fice vulcanologist Melissa Pfeffer said.
The volcano, underneath Iceland's vast Vatnajokull glacier, has been rattled by thousands of small earthquakes over the past week.
Longwood-based Mr Dann and his team were rescued from an attempt to cross the Vatnajokull glacier in Iceland earlier this year entirely by snow kite.