Major Industries fish processing; aluminum smelting, ferrosilicon production; geothermal power, tourism.
Landform Iceland has lots of landform Iceland has big and small mountains and large grassy plans
Climate The climate in Iceland is cloudy most of the time And hot
History Of Iceland In 1262–1264, Iceland came under Norwegian rule and passed to ultimate Danish control through the unification of the kingdoms of Norway, Sweden, and Denmark (the Kalmar Union) in 1397.
History 2 In 1874, Icelanders obtained their own constitution, and in 1918, Denmark recognized Iceland, via the Act of Union, as a separate state with unlimited sovereignty. It remained, however, nominally under the Danish monarchy.
Geography Iceland, an island about the size of Kentucky, lies in the north Atlantic Ocean east of Greenland and just touches the Arctic Circle.
Population The population in Iceland is 313,183.
Languages Icelandic, English, Nordic languages,andGerman.
Economy The economy of Iceland is small and subject to high volatility. In 2011, gross demistic product was US$12.3bn. With a population of 321,000, this is $38,000 perrcapita, based on purcharing power (PPP) estimates.  The financial crisis of 2007- 2010produced a decline in GDP and employment, although the magnitude of this decline remains to be determined.