The above is a section of the Piers Corbyn Volcano & Earthquake trial forecasting period for 17/18th October, issued in September. As you will read from the below article from the UK Daily Mail, there is a high chance of a major volcanic eruption in Iceland. The October forecast from Piers Corbyn mentions three such danger periods and this is THE FIRST ONE.. CLICK for more on the Katla Volcano story
A new volcano could pose a threat larger than last year's air-traffic paralysing eruption in Iceland, according to experts.
Seismologists are nervously watching rumblings beneath a much more powerful Icelandic volcano call Katla, which could spew an ash cloud that will make the 2010 eruption look tame by comparison.
Brooding over rugged moss-covered hills on Iceland's southern edge, Katla is a much bigger beast than the nearby Eyjafjallajokul volcano, which spewed ash all over Europe for several weeks in an eruption that local scientist Pall Einarsson describes nonetheless as 'small.'
Named after an evil troll, Katla has a larger magma chamber than Eyjafjallajokul - the eruption of which cost airlines £1.3 billion.
Its last major eruption in 1918 continued for more than a month, turning day into night, starving crops of sunlight and killing off livestock.
The eruption melted some of the volcano's covering ice-sheet, flooding surrounding farmland with a torrent of water that some accounts have said measured as wide as the Amazon.
Now, small earthquakes are being detected in the ground around Katla, which means an eruption could be imminent, seismologists say.
The earthquakes have been growing in strength. After a long period of magnitude 3 tremors, a magnitude 4 quake was detected last week.
'It is definitely showing signs of restlessness,' said Einarsson, a professor of geophysics at the University of Iceland.
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