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Einarsson, P., B. Brandsdóttir, 2014. The Krafla rifting episode 1974-1989 and its interaction with the Tjörnes Fracture Zone. Extended Abstract, in: Earthquakes in North Iceland, Þekkingarnet Þingeyinga, p. 53-57. http://www.hac.is/rannsoknir/utgefid-efni/

Hjartardóttir, Á.R., P. Einarsson, S. Magnúsdóttir, B. Brandsdóttir, Þ. Björnsdóttir, 2014. Fissure swarms of the Northern Volcanic Zone and their connections with the Tjörnes Fracture Zone. Extended Abstract, in: Earthquakes in North Iceland, Þekkingarnet Þingeyinga, p. 29-32. http://www.hac.is/rannsoknir/utgefid-efni/

Þorgeirsson, Ó., S. Jónsson, P. Einarsson, S. Rafnsson, 2014. Accounts of the 1838 earthquake and other large earthquakes in North Iceland. Extended Abstract, in: Earthquakes in North Iceland, Þekkingarnet Þingeyinga, p. 47-51. http://www.hac.is/rannsoknir/utgefid-efni/

Biass, S., Scaini, C., Bonadonna, C., Folch, A., Smith, K., and Höskuldsson, A., 2014. A multi-scale risk assessment for tephra fallout and airborne concentration from multiple Icelandic volcanoes – Part 1: Hazard assessment, Nat. Hazards Earth Syst. Sci. Discuss., 2, 2463-2529, doi:10.5194/nhessd-2-2463-2014

Scaini, C., Biass, S., Galderisi, A., Bonadonna, C., Folch, A., Smith, K., and Hoskuldsson, A., 2014. A multi-scale risk assessment for tephra fallout and airborne concentration from multiple Icelandic volcanoes – Part 2: Vulnerability and impact, Nat. Hazards Earth Syst. Sci. Discuss., 2, 2531-2595, doi:10.5194/nhessd-2-2531-2014

Cioni, R., M. Pistolesi, A. Bertagnini, C. Bonadonna, A. Hoskuldsson, B. Scateni, 2014. Insights into the dynamics and evolution of the 2010 Eyjafjallajökull summit eruption (Iceland) provided by volcanic ash textures. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 394, p. 111–123. doi: 10.1016/j.epsl.2014.02.051

Berg SE, Troll VR, Burchardt S, Riishuus MS, Krumbholz M, Gústafsson LE, 2014. Iceland's best kept secret. Geology Today 30(2):54-60. doi:10.1111/gto.12042

Jónsson, S. A., Schomacker, A., Benediktsson, Í.Ö., Ingólfsson, Ó., Johnson, M.D., 2014. The drumlin field and the geomorphology of the Múlajökull surge-type glacier, central Iceland. Geomorphology 207. p. 213-220.

Hreinsdóttir S., Sigmundsson F., Roberts M. J., Grapenthin R., Arason P., Árnadóttir Th., Hólmjárn J., Geirsson H., Bennett R.A., Gudmundsson M. T., Oddsson B., Ófeigsson B. G., Villemin T., Jónsson Th., Sturkell E., Höskuldsson Á., Larsen G., Thordarson Th., and Óladóttir B.A., 2014. Volcanic plume height correlated with magma pressure change at Grímsvötn Volcano, Iceland. Nature Geoscience 7, 2014-218.  doi:10.1038/ngeo2044

Eriksson P.I., Riishuus M.S., Elming S-Å., 2014. Magma flow and palaeo-stress deduced from magnetic fabric analysis of the Álftafjörður dyke swarm: implications for shallow crustal magma transport in Icelandic volcanic systems. Geological Society, London, Special Publications 396 doi:10.1144/sp396.6

Auriac, A., K. H. Spaans, F. Sigmundsson, A. Hooper, P. Schmidt, and B. Lund (2013), Iceland rising: Solid Earth response to ice retreat inferred from satellite radar interferometry and visocelastic modeling, J. Geophys. Res. Solid Earth, 118, doi:10.1002/jgrb.50082

Marzeion B., Jarosch A. H., Gregory J. M., 2014. Feedbacks and mechanisms affecting the global sensitivity of glaciers to climate change. The Cryosphere, 8, 59-71, doi: 10.5194/tc-8-59-2014