Katla ice cauldrons 2013 inspection flight

Iceland, Mýrdalsjökull glacier, Katla volcano.
14 October 2013. Line 03, cauldrons K16, K09 and K17.
Ice cauldrons form due to geothermal activity underneath the glacier.
Aircraft: TF-FMS, equipped with a radar altimeter coupled with a kinematic GPS, achieving an absolute elevation accuracy of 3 m and internal consistency of 1-2 m.
GoPro camera fastened to the front window.
Monitoring web page: http://earthice.hi.is/monitoring_ice_cauldrons
Institute of Earth Sciences, University of Iceland


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