Sólheimajökull glacier under investigation following reports of sulphur smell
The Iceland Met Office has warned of a strong smell of sulphur at Sólheimajökull glacier and the Jökulsá river in South Iceland. The cause of the odour is still not known. Scientists have been dispatched to the location and measurements will be conducted over the next few days.
No changes have been recorded by seismographs or other metres at the met office.