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Eyjafjallajokull Volcano Eruption (2010)

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  • The London Book Fair, under a cloud of ash

     
    The annual London Book Fair is one of the largest book festivals in the world. But this year, attendance may be down a bit -- because the London Book Fair started today, and Iceland's Eyjafjallajokull volcano hasn't stopped churning ash......
  • Latest volcano image from European Space Agency

     
    Not to be outdone by NASA, the European Space Agency has released a new photo of the ash plume emanating from the volcano that no one outside of Iceland seems able to pronounce: Eyjafjallajoekull. (For the record, it means "island......
  • Pierre Boulez cancels San Diego appearance due to volcanic eruption

     
    French conductor Pierre Boulez has canceled his scheduled Thursday appearance in San Diego due to the lingering meteorological effects of last week's volcano eruption in Iceland. Boulez, 85, was scheduled to perform parts of his piece "Sur Incises" at...
  • Monster Mash: Celebrity art collectors; repaired Picasso returns to the Met; a $9.5-million carpet

     
    --Star power: Jennifer Aniston, Christina Aguilera, Tobey Maguire, Beyonce and Jay-Z are among a growing number of celebrities who've become avid art collectors. (ARTINFO) --Glory days: James Brown's cape, Ella Fitzgerald's yellow dress and Miles Davis'...
  • Erupting over an 'act of God'

     
    Henry Chu began his Friday article about the Icelandic volcano’s effects on travelers’ plans with these words: To the thousands of glum and despairing passengers marooned across Europe on Friday by an unforeseen act of God, it may have seemed......
  • L.A. Times Book Prizes: Dave Eggers takes two

     
    Author Dave Eggers was the surprise big winner Friday night at the L.A. Times Book Prizes when he was awarded the current interest prize for his book "Zeitoun" before being presented with the inaugural Innovator's Award, which had been previously......
  • Ice-covered volcanoes may answer climate change questions

    Ice-covered volcanoes may answer climate change questions
    Ice-covered volcanoes like the one in Iceland that brought European air traffic to a standstill are the center of an emerging branch of volcano science that seeks to answer important questions about climate change. Scientists believe the rocks created...
  • In the long run, all that ash can be a good thing

    In the long run, all that ash can be a good thing
    Volcano ash can wreck jet engines, poison freshwater lakes and damage lungs. But it helps fertilize oceans, volcano researchers and marine chemists say. "The ocean is gonna be happier" because of the Iceland eruption, said Ken Johnson, senior scientist...