Latitude and longitude of Fissure vent
- In Iceland
A fissure vent, also known as a volcanic fissure or eruption fissure, is a linear volcanic vent through which lava erupts, usually without any explosive activity. The vent is often a few meters wide and may be many kilometers long. Fissure vents can cause large flood basalts which run first in lava channels and later in lava tubes. After some time the eruption builds up spatter resp. ash cones and may concentrate on one or some of them.
Latitude: 64° 25' 12.00" N
Longitude: -17° 19' 48.00" W