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Sandá in Þjórsárdalur
Sandá in Þjórsárdalur Sandá in upper Þjórsárdalur is a small beautiful river in South Iceland
Aerial ropeway ower Jökulsá á Brú
Aerial ropeway ower Jökulsá á Brú Jökulsá á Brú (or Jökulsá á Dal), a glacial river, at 150 km the longest river in eastern Iceland. Not fordable at any point because of its depth and strong current. Considered the muddiest of Icelandic rivers, it carries about 112 tons of clay and sand to the ocean daily.
Sand hills  In Núpsvötn river, South Iceland
Sand hills In Núpsvötn river, South Iceland Westernmost at Skeiðarársandur, Núpsvötn lakes are to be found. They are nourished by the rock stream Núpsá and the glacier river Súla. Súla flows down from the edge of Skeiðarárjökull glacier, at the corner of Eystrafjall mountain. The rivers merge into one river-bed some way above the bridge over Núpsvötn. When the main road was laid in 1974 both of the rivers were hindered with levees. In the first part of the 20th century, Súla-debacles from the lagoon Grænalón were massive, around 5-10 thousand m³/sec, and when Grænalón emptied the water level lowered about 150-200 m. These days it will only lower about 20 m and the quantity of water will peak at approx. 2000 m³/sec.
Abstract in the river Núpsvötn
Abstract in the river Núpsvötn Núpsvötn. Westernmost at Skeiðarársandur, Núpsvötn lakes are to be found. They are nourished by the rock stream Núpsá and the glacier river Súla. Súla flows down from the edge of Skeiðarárjökull glacier, at the corner of Eystrafjall mountain. The rivers merge into one river-bed some way above the bridge over Núpsvötn. When the main road was laid in 1974 both of the rivers were hindered with levees. In the first part of the 20th century, Súla-debacles from the lagoon Grænalón were massive, around 5-10 thousand m³/sec, and when Grænalón emptied the water level lowered about 150-200 m. These days it will only lower about 20 m and the quantity of water will peak at approx. 2000 m³/sec. Icelandic Stock Photos are an attractive and economical way to satisfy your creative requirements. On www.IceStockPhotos.com you can find more than 8.000 #Professional high resolution photos from #Iceland to suit your design requirements. All the #PHOTOS you need from #Iceland. http://www.icestockphotos.com
Tungufljót river in Skaftártnga
Tungufljót river in Skaftártnga Skaftártunga is an area within South Iceland and is west of Stakkur and Grasholt and east of Skógasker. Skaftártunga has an elevation of 197 metres. Icelandic Stock Photos are an attractive and economical way to satisfy your creative requirements. On www.IceStockPhotos.com you can find more than 8.000 #Professional high resolution photos from #Iceland to suit your design requirements. One web for all the #PHOTOS you need from #Iceland. http://www.icestockphotos.com
Hverfisfljót river
Hverfisfljót river Abstract in the river Hverfisfljót. Hverfisfljót is one of the largest glacial rivers in the area and it originates at Síðujökull, a glacial tongue at the southwest of Vatnajökull glacier. Hverfisfljót divides the district into two regions: Síða, on the west side of the river, and Fljótshverfi on the east side. The river has very strong currents in places, and its water is dark grey and tumultuous, but the flow can vary greatly depending on the season. In summer, the average flow is 50–150 m³/sec, but it drops to 5–30 m³/sec in the winter. There are occasional outburst floods in Hverfisfljót, in conjunction with outburst floods from Skaftá river, with floodwater originating in the Skaftárkatlar cauldrons in Vatnajökull glacier.
Núpsvötn river
Núpsvötn river Abstract in the river Núpsvötn Westernmost at Skeiðarársandur, Núpsvötn lakes are to be found. They are nourished by the rock stream Núpsá and the glacier river Súla. Súla flows down from the edge of Skeiðarárjökull glacier, at the corner of Eystrafjall mountain. The rivers merge into one river-bed some way above the bridge over Núpsvötn. When the main road was laid in 1974 both of the rivers were hindered with levees. In the first part of the 20th century, Súla-debacles from the lagoon Grænalón were massive, around 5-10 thousand m³/sec, and when Grænalón emptied the water level lowered about 150-200 m. These days it will only lower about 20 m and the quantity of water will peak at approx. 2000 m³/sec.
Two lanes in the river Núpsvötn
Two lanes in the river Núpsvötn Núpsvötn is next to Sandgígjur and is located in South, Iceland. Núpsvötn has a length of 0.7 kilometres. But it is splittet in seperate ways
Þorskafjarðará in Þorskafjörður
Þorskafjarðará in Þorskafjörður Þorskafjörður is a 16 km long fjord in Westfjords between Reykjaness and Skálaness. In the bottom of this fjord is a river called Þorskafjarðará.
Pattern in Núpsvötn river
Pattern in Núpsvötn river Núpsvötn is next to Sandgígjur and is located in South, Iceland. Núpsvötn has a length of 0.7 kilometres. But it is splittet in seperate ways