Dr. Kelly Whealan George
Second Advisor Name
Iceland is greatly known for its volcanicity as there are several eruptions that have occurred over the years. The country’s volcanology is due to its location on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, which is a divergent tectonic boundary (Promote Iceland, n.d.). Due to this, the country is known to be responsible for a third of all the fresh lava on earth (Marteinn, 2018).
This research provides a deep dive into the effects of volcanicity and how the Icelandic people have adapted to it. The methods used to collect data for this research were secondary sources and interviews. It was evident that the volcanic activities have had tremendous effects on the Icelandic people and the surrounding countries. Some of the affected sectors include aviation, soil, agriculture, tourism, research and many more.
Scholarly Commons Citation
NG'ANG'A, L. N. (2018). Effects of Volcanicity in Iceland. , (). Retrieved from https://commons.erau.edu/student-works/76