sertIceland on Tuesday began evacuating areas close to its largest volcano after warnings of a possible eruption, four years after millions of air travellers were grounded by a huge ash cloud from another peak. Scientists believe the ash from an eruption at Bardarbunga, a huge volcano under Iceland’s largest glacier, the Vatnajokull in the south of the country, could disrupt transatlantic and northern European air traffic. They also fear floods from melting ice could cause serious damage to the country’s infrastructure. On Tuesday, police announced that they had “decided to close and evacuate the area north of Vatnajokull as a result of seismic activity on the Bardarbunga”. More