Volcano activity in Iceland

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Iceland
Thu, 15/04/2010

A massive cloud of volcanic dust has covered vast areas of northern Europe after the Eyjafjallajoekull volcano erupted in Iceland on 14 April. About 20 countries closed their airspace as consequence. The disruption has affected hundreds of thousands of travellers worldwide. An estimated number of 17.000 flights were cancelled during the first two days of the emergency.

Source: GlideNumber

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Dear, Esteemed United Nations Official Mr. Peter Podprocky

Did the current volcanic eruption within the country of Iceland have any effect on the scope of the Aeronomy of Ice in the Mesophere?  Where there any effects which may cause future ill effects in regards towards the future of forecasting of weather or Communications-Processing?

Very Respectfully

Mr. Garrett Hord

Dear, Esteemed United Nations Official Mr. Peter Podprocky

   In relation towards the volcanic ashe plumes billowing from the volcanic crater in Iceland has the cooperative efforts of both The United Nations Platform for Space-based Information for Disaster Managemet and Emergency Response (UN-SPIDER) in particular the countries of The United Kingdom, and  France, The National Aeronautics And Space Administration (NASA), and The National Oceanic and  Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)  have they been observing through means of utilizing the Polar Operational Environment Satellite (POES) any climatic changes which; may or may not inhibit long range weather forecasting of sulphuric acid rain ratio levels associated with the plumes of ashe.  These ashe plumes along with the rain   maybe harmful for human breathing or cultivating of crops for human consumption in Iceland may need to be further researched.   

Very Respectfully

 Mr. Garrett Hord

ACP International  

Dear, Esteemed United Nations Official Mr. Peter Podprocky

Does The United Nations Platform for Space-based Information for Disaster Management and Emergency Response (UN-SPIDER) have any provisions for studying the cloud plume for the current status that may contain specifics on Aeronomy in relation towards both true airspeed indicators, baroaltimeters, standby gyros, and rate of turn gyros thus, facilitating safer travelling lanes to the populace of the world that may be affected by significant weather phenomena (SIGMET)?

 

Very Respectfully

Mr. Garrett Hord

    

 

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