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This award-winning geography case study video resource reflects on the eruption of Eyjafjallajokull in 2010 and looks ahead to potential volcanic eruptions in Iceland.
In this video, we cover:
- The causes and impacts of the eruption, with visits to some of the localities directly affected
- Volcano monitoring and preparedness
- The impacts associated with the future eruption of Katla
- Positive impacts of the volcanic eruption on tourism in Iceland
This teaching resource uses narrative, incisive interviews of local people, stunning archive footage of the eruption itself and supportive maps and diagrams to show that, through detailed scientific knowledge and monitoring, the people in Iceland not only understand the threats posed by volcanic eruptions but also see the rich benefits of living in the ‘Land of Fire and Ice’.
Visit Discover the World Education to download the free teaching resources, which accompany this video: http://bit.ly/2xzJ8r5