Both the thickness of the ice at the possible contact point (100-400 m) and the volume of lava in possible contact with ice are highly uncertain. It could be 0-20 hours before lava reaches the surface of the ice. It is also possible that the lava will not break through the ice, and the eruption could remain subglacial.
I guess I’m glad that I went there two months ago instead of now since a 2010 eruption stopped air travel for a week.
By the way, this
is not the volcano and this
is not the glacier it’s under.