This fascinating landmarks is located in Haukadalur geothermal area.
Atmospheric pressure means much to some
There are people who feel well the changes in atmospheric pressure – they might complain about hurting bones, headache before the rain.
Óþerrishola feels this as well. Geyser seems to be "happy" about the falling pressure – the silent spring often turns into fervent geyser!
This action is caused by the decreased air pressure, which now allows the geyser to erupt. As the air pressure increases, geyser becomes stable again.
- Suzan Pasvanoglu, Hrefna Kristmannsdóttir, Sveinbjörn Björnsson, Helgi Torfason, Geochemical Study of the Geysir Geothermal Field in Haukadalur, S-Iceland, Proceedings World Geothermal Congress 2000. Accessed on July 12, 2011.
- Robert Allan, On the condition of the Haukedalr Geysers of Iceland, July, 1855.
- A postcard from 1938, accessed on July 15,2011.
|Coordinates:||64.3125 N 20.3040 W|
|Categories:||Thermal springs, Geysers|
|Rating:||(2.5 / 5)|
|Address:||Europe, Iceland,Suðurland, 100 km drive north-east from Reykjavík, Haukadalur geothermal field|
|Height:||Up to a few metres|
|Alternate names:||Operrishola, Otherrishola|
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