February 8, 2012 at 16:26
Yes. It is most likely an intrusion of magma and could end with an eruption. As the IMO says.
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Peter Cobbold says:
February 8, 2012 at 16:39
“Pretty tight skjálftahrina has been on the Reykjanes Ridge in the morning. Eruption began at six and lasted until two o’clock today. Now it seems to cycle on the decline. Most of the earthquakes ranged from two to three large, some were larger than three.
Earth Scientist on duty at the Icelandic Meteorological Office said the seismic cycle
associated with potential movements of magma, possibly interpolation function. Seismic crashes are very common on the Reykjanes Ridge, and may one of these episodes end up with Jack. Nothing indicates that it will be now, where no disturbances are shown in meters IMO.”
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