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Definition of crawls in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of crawls. [Middle English craulen, from Old Norse krafla; see gerbh- in Indo-European roots.

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71429 Krafla-enska.indd
and the geothermal plant, Krafla, initieally built by the Icelandic State, were enlarged, and new plants were constructed at Sultartangi and.
71429 Krafla-german.indd
Geochemical and Isotopic Evidence for Crustal Assimilation
CO2 Emissions from the Krafla Geothermal Area, Iceland
from the Krafla geothermal field, see the relation between soil gas emission and the results to the CO2 emissions from the Krafla power plant.
Effusion rate trends at Etna and Krafla and their implications for
during effusive activity at Etna and Krafla between 1980 and 1999. six fissure- fed eruptions at Etna and Krafla and four summit-fed eruptions at Etna.

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Ekspedition Island rundt 2011, del 5 - Viti og Krafla
Vi har sovet på Hlid Camping i Myvatn og betalt 1200 islandske kroner pr. person. (ca.
Havlův mluvčí: Hájek že cítí lásku ke všem? To určitě
"Já jsem ten, kdo nikdy za celý život nepocítil k nikomu nenávist - já opravdu cítím lásku ke všem lidem," měl Hájek podle Krafla říci. "Osobně o takovou lásku nestojím," reaguje ve svém blogu na serveru Aktuálně.cz.

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Krafla - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Krafla is a caldera of about 10 km in diameter with a 90 km long fissure zone, in the north of Iceland in the Mývatn region.
Global Volcanism Program | Krafla | Summary
The Krafla central volcano, located NE of Myvatn lake, is a topographically indistinct 10-km-wide caldera that is cut by a N-S-trending fissure system.
Krafla volcano (Northeastern Iceland)
Krafla is one of Iceland's most spectacular and most active volcanoes.
Krafla's location near Lake Myvatn makes it an ideal stopping place for travelers in north Iceland.
Krafla Geothermal Power Station | Krafla Geothermal Station | Power
The Krafla Power Station has an installed capacity of 60 MW. It is located in north Iceland.

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