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Ash cloud particles examined by Aberdeen scientists

Scientists in Aberdeen have released pictures of volcanic glass particles from Iceland which fell in the city.
The images show the jagged edges of the particles, which were taken from the windscreen of a clean car parked at the John Hutton Land Research Institute.

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Volcanic Ash Advisory from London - Issued graphics

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Bank holiday travel in Scotland is unlikely to be disrupted by ash from an erupting volcano in Iceland.
That was the message from the country's transport minister, Keith Brown after a meeting with key agencies.

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An Icelandic volcano which has caused disruption to northern European airspace has stopped erupting, a UK weather official said Wednesday. The Grimsvotn volcano, which began erupting Saturday, is only blowing out steam and concerns over the ash cloud on aviation are easing rapidly
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Scottish airports resume flights after ash disperses

Scottish flights are returning to normal service after a cloud of ash from an Icelandic volcano caused a day of disruption.
Airports warned there would be some delays due to knock-on effects of cancelled services, which affected thousands of passengers on Tuesday

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Scotland's airports are hoping to resume normal services on Wednesday following disruption caused by ash from an Icelandic volcano.
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Thousands of passengers have had their flights cancelled because of drifting ash from an Icelandic volcano.
Airports affected include Londonderry, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Prestwick, Durham Tees Valley, Newcastle and Carlisle, air traffic services company Nats said.
Transport Secretary Philip Hammond, who led the Cobra talks, said although there would be widespread disruption for Scottish airports, it was unlikely to last long.

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