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Erik and volcanoes in the media

Thanks to the La Palma eruption on the Canary Islands and the still ongoing Fagradalsfjall eruption in Iceland, plus the potential eruption from Askja, volcanoes are receiving a lot of attention by Swedish media these days. Erik has been contacted quite frequently for a comment,

Fagradalsfjall eruption

This is just to advertise our recent popular science article in Geologiskt forum nr. 111, 2021 about the Fagradalsfjall volcanic eruption in Iceland. The article is in Swedish. Link to 'Geologiska föreningen', who is the publisher of Geologiskt forum: For all who understands Swedish, we highly recommend

Sled dogs and Särna

This weekend was spent in Särna in beautiful surroundings. Loads of snow have fallen down over Sweden and lots of it in Särna. This makes nature look like a snowy fairytale. I totally love the snow and the cold, and I'm a very big fan

Happy New Year

Thank God for Lena and Calle, and the home of theirs in the woods - far from fireworks. Luckily, just like old days before I moved to Iceland, we could celebrate New Year's eve with Lena and Calle again. Our oldest dog, Glitnir is super