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Hello KATLA !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 
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Well put, sir, well put. I'll cretianly make note of that.
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Is it my imagination or is there a small eruption going on right now at Katla?

Maybe just a thermal vent, but there's a small area of some sort of activity (or it's a spot of water on the camera!)

[link to www.ruv.is]

Naaah.....now there's a lot more of the same sort of movement across the view, probably just extraneous movement e.g. wind, between images.

BTW it was still light when I was watching that.

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Re: Hello KATLA !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Is it my imagination or is there a small eruption going on right now at Katla?

Maybe just a thermal vent, but there's a small area of some sort of activity (or it's a spot of water on the camera!)

[link to www.ruv.is]

Naaah.....now there's a lot more of the same sort of movement across the view, probably just extraneous movement e.g. wind, between images.

BTW it was still light when I was watching that.
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hmm, I see what you mean, thought at first it was the Northern lights, but its all happening in the one area.

could be something, could be nothing :)
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hmmm

this thing doesn't half throw out some false alarms.

that is very probably nothing, because when this baby goes we'll be in no doubt about it whatsoever.
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that IS a weird glow though
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Sunday
25.12.2011 14:31:36 63.662 -19.176 0.7 km 2.5 90.04 4.4 km NE of Goðabunga
Sunday
25.12.2011 14:31:18 63.666 -19.175 1.1 km -0.5 63.99 4.7 km NE of Goðabunga
Sunday
25.12.2011 14:29:55 63.661 -19.170 2.7 km 1.7 90.04 4.6 km ENE of Goðabunga
Sunday
25.12.2011 10:03:04 63.639 -19.415 14.5 km -0.3 58.91 5.3 km SE of Básar
Sunday
25.12.2011 08:45:05 63.682 -19.263 3.3 km 2.0 30.31 4.7 km N of Goðabunga
Katla rumbling!
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27.12.2011 08:15:20 63.523 -19.109 4.5 km 2.9 99.0 6.3 km S of Hábunga
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[link to en.vedur.is]

that 2.9 quake there, is a bit worrying.

it is nowhere near the caldera, but IS on, or under rather, the southern slopes of the mountain leading up to the caldera.

is the rising magma, and the weight of the glacier, putting pressure on the entire area?

only asking, because if you draw a line from the caldera, through that quake, and keep going, eventually you'll get to me.

lol

damned
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hf
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Magnitude ML 3.6
Region ICELAND REGION
Date time 2012-01-03 21:12:42.4 UTC
Location 63.90 N ; 22.11 W
Depth 14 km
Distances 28 km S Reykjavík (pop 113,906 ; local time 21:12:42.4 2012-01-03)
19 km SW Hafnarfjörður (pop 22,289 ; local time 21:12:42.4 2012-01-03)
15 km SE Vogar (pop 982 ; local time 21:12:42.4 2012-01-03)

[link to www.emsc-csem.org]
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03.01.2012 21:15:30 63.884 -22.082 5.2 km 1.3 70.13 0.9 km WSW of Krýsuvík
Tuesday
03.01.2012 21:12:42 63.899 -22.115 14.2 km 3.6 90.04 2.7 km WNW of Krýsuvík
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A ML3.6 earthquake in Krísuvík volcano (automatic size)
Posted on January 3, 2012 by Jón Frímann
At 21:12 UTC on 3. January 2012 an earthquake with the automatic size of ML3.6 did happen in Krísuvík volcano. I do not yet know if this earthquake was felt in the nearby area. But I assuming that it has done so.

This earthquake did appear clearly on my geophones. Both in north and south Iceland. They can be viewed here. I am going to update this blog post as I know more. But this seems to be an start of earthquake swarm in Krísuvík volcano.

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It was felt fairly clearly in Reykjavik. I noticed it (nothing significant however).

Plenty of people reporting feeling it on facebook and such.

It was felt in Reykjavik. It was a small, sharp shock.

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A swarm starts in Krisuvik volcano! [link to en.vedur.is]
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Update 1: It has been confirmed that this earthquake was felt in Reykjavík and nearby area. The automatic depth of this earthquake was 14.2 km according to Iceland Met Office.

Update 2: Earthquake swarm has started in Krísuvík volcano. The largest earthquake in this earthquake swarm after the main earthquake is ML1.1 in size. Larger earthquakes however might happen at any time in this earthquake swarm. But that is at least the experience so far.

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Magnitude ML 3.4
Region ICELAND REGION
Date time 2012-01-03 21:46:31.8 UTC
Location 66.53 N ; 17.43 W
Depth 12 km
Distances 338 km NE Reykjavík (pop 113,906 ; local time 21:46:31.8 2012-01-03)
98 km N Akureyri (pop 16,563 ; local time 21:46:31.8 2012-01-03)
51 km NW Kópasker (pop 144 ; local time 21:46:31.8 2012-01-03)

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A ML3.4 earthquake 25 east of Grímsey Island (automatic size)
Posted on January 3, 2012 by Jón Frímann
When things gets busy in Iceland, they mean it. At least that is the case now. This also the reason why I do not trust the quiet times in Iceland.

A earthquake with the size of ML3.4 took place 25 km east of Grímsey Island in the TFZ at 21:46 UTC. But that is an non-volcanic zone that bridges the eastern volcanic zone with the North-Atlantic rift zone. This earthquake had an earthquake with the size of ML2.9 taking place before the larger one. That was an pre-earthquake most likely. But it seems that an earthquake swarm is also starting in TFZ as it has done close to Krísuvík volcano on the Reykjanes Ridge. I do not know if this earthquake was felt or not.

I am going to update this blog post if I need to.

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oh yeah ... some nice rumbling again !

what bright star do we see @ hekla cam ???
[link to www.ruv.is]

you can see this bright star also @ ejya cam.
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hi all,


that happens if you dont know whats going on at katla...



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well, i must post that jon....^^


lmao

this are geoscientist on snowmobiles, at summer time they drive there with trikes
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hf
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New earthquake activity in Upptyppingar tuff mountains
Posted on January 7, 2012 by Jón Frímann
During last week and on 5. January 2012 there where few earthquakes in the Upptyppingar tuff mountains. This mountains are not volcano by definition (yet anyway). But since the year 2007 there has been magma intrusion into that area. This magma intrusion however stopped and has been stopped for several years now. But that might be about to change. As on 5 January 2012 there where few small earthquakes with the depth of 12 km. Last eruption that took place in the Upptyppingar tuff mountain area where about 12.000 years ago, around the end of the last ice age. Considerable deformation has taken place in the crust in Upptyppingar tuff mountain since magma started to build up there. Current earthquake activity in Upptyppingar tuff mountain is not high at the moment however. But it has remained rather constant for the past 7 to 10 weeks at least. But due to lack of SIL stations in the area, it is hard to know how many earthquakes have exactly been taking place there at the moment.

Upptyppingar tuff mountains are part of Kverkfjöll volcano system. This new magma into Upptyppingar tuff mountains suggests that Kverkfjöll volcano might be about to enter an new time of activity. But they have been dormant since the year 1968 at least. But Kverkfjöll volcano have also been seeing some earthquake activity on its own.

It is most likely is the case that we are going to see eruption taking place in Upptyppingar tuff mountain one day. But the wait for it might be long however.

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New earthquake activity in Upptyppingar tuff mountains
Posted on January 7, 2012 by Jón Frímann
During last week and on 5. January 2012 there where few earthquakes in the Upptyppingar tuff mountains. This mountains are not volcano by definition (yet anyway). But since the year 2007 there has been magma intrusion into that area. This magma intrusion however stopped and has been stopped for several years now. But that might be about to change. As on 5 January 2012 there where few small earthquakes with the depth of 12 km. Last eruption that took place in the Upptyppingar tuff mountain area where about 12.000 years ago, around the end of the last ice age. Considerable deformation has taken place in the crust in Upptyppingar tuff mountain since magma started to build up there. Current earthquake activity in Upptyppingar tuff mountain is not high at the moment however. But it has remained rather constant for the past 7 to 10 weeks at least. But due to lack of SIL stations in the area, it is hard to know how many earthquakes have exactly been taking place there at the moment.

Upptyppingar tuff mountains are part of Kverkfjöll volcano system. This new magma into Upptyppingar tuff mountains suggests that Kverkfjöll volcano might be about to enter an new time of activity. But they have been dormant since the year 1968 at least. But Kverkfjöll volcano have also been seeing some earthquake activity on its own.

It is most likely is the case that we are going to see eruption taking place in Upptyppingar tuff mountain one day. But the wait for it might be long however.

[link to www.jonfr.com]
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Hi,

a bit offtopic but you have to see this beauty pics:

Pretty chilly: Breathtaking pictures of ethereal ice caves that lie deep beneath Europe's largest glacier
[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]
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[link to en.vedur.is]

gone VERY quiet at Katla
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Wow, look at the skys over katla !!!!must be the Lights, but it looks like an explosion. or a big massive snow storm. very strange
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January 10, 2012

- Research / Volcanoes and extinction scenarios (1)
Volcanic activity in the Siberian Traps has been proposed as one of the mechanisms that may have triggered the mass extinction. Gases released as a result of Siberian magmatism could have caused environmental damage. For example, perhaps sulfur particles in the atmosphere reflected the sun’s heat back into space, cooling the planet; or maybe chlorine and other chemically similar nonmetal elements called halogens significantly damaged the ozone layer in the stratosphere. $$$$$

- Research / Volcanoes and extinction scenarios (2)
Scientists have uncovered a lot about the Earth’s greatest extinction event that took place 250 million years ago when rapid climate change wiped out nearly all marine species and a majority of those on land. Now, they have discovered a new culprit likely involved in the annihilation: an influx of mercury into the eco-system. “No one had ever looked to see if mercury was a potential culprit. This was a time of the greatest volcanic activity in Earth’s history and we know today that the largest source of mercury comes from volcanic eruptions,” says Dr. Steve Grasby, co-author of a paper published this month in the journal Geology. “We estimate that the mercury released then could have been up to 30 times greater than today’s volcanic activity, making the event truly catastrophic.” Grasby is a research scientist at Natural Resources Canada and an adjunct professor at the University of Calgary. $$$$$
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New finding on mercury-volcanic link could re-write history on past annihilations


Scientists have uncovered a lot about the Earth's greatest extinction event that took place 250 million years ago when rapid climate change wiped out nearly all marine species and a majority of those on land. Now, they have discovered a new culprit likely involved in the annihilation: an influx of mercury into the eco-system....


ReadMore:
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This graphic shows historical variations of Mercury (Hg) deposition before and after the Latest Permian Extinction event as recorded in a sedimentary section in the High Arctic, Canada. The vertical...
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Thread: Earth's massive extinction: The story gets worse


they are a bit late^^

but thx for posting this here luis!hf
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Minor earthquakes in Hekla volcano system
Posted on January 13, 2012 by Jón Frímann
During the past 24 to 48 hours there has been some unusual and interesting earthquake activity in south part of Hekla volcano system. I am unsure on what this means, as normally Hekla volcano does not have any earthquakes before an eruption. However, that is not the only type Hekla volcano can and has erupted over the centuries. One of the aspect of Hekla volcano eruptions is that it can and has erupted in fissure eruptions outside the main mountain. This type of eruptions can last from few week and up to almost a year. Based on the limited historical records of such events. This type of events are always basaltic lava events that do not make a lot of volcano ash when they start.
There are clues that Hekla volcano might be about to have an fissure eruption some time in the future. But when and where is impossible to know for sure at current time. How that is going to manifest it self when the time comes is also impossible to know for sure. At current time there is however no eruption starting in Hekla volcano. When it might start is an good guess, with no answer to it.

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New earthquake activity in Upptyppingar tuff mountains
Posted on January 7, 2012 by Jón Frímann
During last week and on 5. January 2012 there where few earthquakes in the Upptyppingar tuff mountains. This mountains are not volcano by definition (yet anyway). But since the year 2007 there has been magma intrusion into that area. This magma intrusion however stopped and has been stopped for several years now. But that might be about to change. As on 5 January 2012 there where few small earthquakes with the depth of 12 km. Last eruption that took place in the Upptyppingar tuff mountain area where about 12.000 years ago, around the end of the last ice age. Considerable deformation has taken place in the crust in Upptyppingar tuff mountain since magma started to build up there. Current earthquake activity in Upptyppingar tuff mountain is not high at the moment however. But it has remained rather constant for the past 7 to 10 weeks at least. But due to lack of SIL stations in the area, it is hard to know how many earthquakes have exactly been taking place there at the moment.

Upptyppingar tuff mountains are part of Kverkfjöll volcano system. This new magma into Upptyppingar tuff mountains suggests that Kverkfjöll volcano might be about to enter an new time of activity. But they have been dormant since the year 1968 at least. But Kverkfjöll volcano have also been seeing some earthquake activity on its own.

It is most likely is the case that we are going to see eruption taking place in Upptyppingar tuff mountain one day. But the wait for it might be long however.

[link to www.jonfr.com]
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Friday
13.01.2012 12:08:29 65.088 -16.266 8.2 km 0.7 99.0 5.2 km N of Upptyppingar
Friday
13.01.2012 12:07:31 65.093 -16.261 9.6 km 0.6 99.0 5.8 km N of Upptyppingar
Friday
13.01.2012 10:39:31 65.091 -16.263 8.1 km 0.5 99.0 5.6 km N of Upptyppingar
Friday
13.01.2012 08:15:44 65.090 -16.267 7.8 km 1.6 99.0 5.5 km N of Upptyppingar
Friday
13.01.2012 08:07:38 65.087 -16.260 12.8 km 1.8 99.0 5.2 km N of Upptyppingar
Friday
13.01.2012 07:46:04 65.086 -16.260 14.4 km 2.0 99.0 5.0 km N of Upptyppingar
Friday
13.01.2012 06:13:45 65.088 -16.265 6.0 km 1.4 99.0 5.3 km N of Upptyppingar
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Minor magma dike intrusion into Upptyppingar tuff mountain
Posted on January 13, 2012 by Jón Frímann
Yesterday (12.01.2012) there was an minor earthquake swarm in Upptyppingar tuff mountain. But they are inside Kverkfjöll volcano fissure swarm that extends several km away from the main volcano. The largest earthquake in this earthquake swarm was around ML2.0 in size, with the depth of 14.4 km. But this was also the deepest earthquake in this earthquake swarm. But most of the earthquakes had the depth of 14.4 km and up to 7.8 km. So I am sure that this was magma, rather then tectonic movements that did create this small earthquake swarm.
This might mean that there is more activity on the way in Upptyppingar tuff mountain. As this suggests that new magma has started to flow into the magma sill that has formed under the Upptyppingar tuff mountains. It is hard to know or if there is going to be an eruption there. But I find it most likely going to be the case. But it might well be good 10 to 20 years into the future until an eruption happens in that spot. But activity started in this area in the year 2007, so there already have been good 5 years since activity started in Upptyppingar tuff mountain. For the moment however, it is all wait and see and earthquakes.

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