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  • Damby, David E.; Horwell, Claire J.; Larsen, Guðrún Þorgerður; Thordarson, Thorvaldur; Tomatis, Maura; Fubini, Bice; Donaldson, Ken (Springer Nature, 2017-09-11)
    Background The eruptions of Eyjafjallajökull (2010) and Grímsvötn (2011), Iceland, triggered immediate, international consideration of the respiratory health hazard of inhaling volcanic ash, and prompted the need to estimate the potential hazard posed ...
  • Đorđević, Dragana; Tosic, Ivana; Sakan, Sanja; Petrović, Srđan; Đuričić-Milanković, Jelena; Finger, David C.; Dagsson-Waldhauserova, Pavla (Frontiers Media SA, 2019-07-03)
    In this work we use chemical fingerprints as characteristics ratios of specific crustal elements Ca/Al, Fe/Al, K/Al, Mg/Al, Mn/Al, Ca/Fe, and Mg/Fe to investigate the long-range transport of volcanic aerosols from Iceland. Volcanic dust enters the ...
  • Wittmann, Monika (University of Iceland, School of Engineering and Natural Sciences, Faculty of Earth Sciences, 2017-01)
    Located on the mid-Atlantic ridge, Iceland has the largest volcaniclastic desert on Earth, created by glacio-fluvial processes and frequent volcanic eruptions. Due to its location along the North Atlantic Storm track, Iceland frequently experiences ...
  • Butwin, Mary (University of Iceland, School of Engineering and Natural Sciences, Faculty of Earth Sciences, 2019-08-27)
    Dust is an important component of the earth-atmosphere system, affecting amongst other things air quality, vegetation, infrastructure, animal and human health. Iceland produces a large amount of dust, with dust storms reported frequently especially ...
  • Urupina, Darya; Lasne, Jerome; romanias, manolis; Thiery, Vincent; Dagsson-Waldhauserova, Pavla; THEVENET, Frederic (Elsevier BV, 2019-11)
    V-dust (v-dust) is a highly variable source of natural particles in the atmosphere, and during the period of high volcanic activity it can provide a large surface for heterogeneous interactions with other atmospheric compounds. Icelandic v-dust was ...