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Why British scientists are watching Iceland's volcanoes

British scientists have embarked on a mission to monitor Iceland’s active volcanoes from the air.

A team from the National Centre for Atmospheric Science is working in a research aircraft as it flies around the country’s volcanoes.

The scientists say the project will help the aviation industry plan for a future eruption.

  • 10 Oct 2017
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