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The monsters wakes up ! Katla Hekla Iceland Dead Zone and rift as uniform system ! A lot of others worldwide !

 
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I am a troll because I asked a question ? Just trying to see how many were venting ash and gas to determine effects in weather patterns this summer. Yes I quess this makes me at troll because discussion is not allowed on a forum.
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and going back to the beginning of this day tounge

...


finally "up"
[link to www.ct.ingv.it]
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[link to www.ct.ingv.it]
[link to www.villaducale.com]
[link to www.ct.ingv.it]
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and first Etna paroxysm after March, 16th bump
just now bump
exactly as was forecasted here bumpohyeah

[link to www.ct.ingv.it]

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and your friends there as usual strongly risk to sleep away of all the most interesting (being in deep dreams about El Hierro, Bob etc. ohyeah) :
still nothing about Etna (after at least three hours after trend beginning)ohyeah

so let post them there uploaded here long time ago tremors chart
[link to www.ct.ingv.it]
maybe wake them ohyeah
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watching the last days of one eye and for Etna, and that's what an interesting correlation comes to mind:
active Etna - Canary sleep,
quietly on Etna - begins the next El Hierro "crisis".
brings to mind an open German geophysicists huge lava "tunnel" from the Canary Islands under mountains in Morocco and Tunisia - perhaps even to Sicily? cool2

then the question :
Etna seems going "up"
[link to www.ct.ingv.it]
if it confirms, then is whether the El Hierro seismic crisis ends ?

interesting...since the beginning of the El Hierro "seismic crisis" was no one Etna's paroxysm, although before it starts they came at Etna one by one...

especially for the idiots that are poorly versed in the subject matter (it's not 1st April joke ohyeah):

Duggen S., Hoernle K.A., Hauff F., Klügel A., Bouabdellah M., and Thirlwall M.F., 2009:
Flow of Canary mantle plume material through a subcontinental lithospheric corridor beneath Africa to the Mediterranean. Geology, 37 (3), 283-286.

finally "up"
[link to www.ct.ingv.it]

[link to www.ct.ingv.it]
[link to www.villaducale.com]
[link to www.ct.ingv.it]

and first Etna paroxysm after March, 16th
just now
exactly as was forecasted here ohyeah

[link to www.ct.ingv.it]

Luis your friends there as usual strongly risk to sleep away of all the most interesting (being in deep dreams about El Hierro, Bob etc. ohyeah) :
still nothing about Etna (after at least three hours after trend beginning)

so let post them there uploaded here long time ago tremors chart
[link to www.ct.ingv.it]
maybe wake them ohyeah

Hurrah! They finally woke up (only just tiemunch ):

[link to volcanocafe.wordpress.com]
Granyia says:
April 3, 2013 at 10:37
Etna Tremor is rising (ETFI)

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cruise

it seems they still have not started to eat their ties
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unfortunately still not tounge
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watching the last days of one eye and for Etna, and that's what an interesting correlation comes to mind:
active Etna - Canary sleep,
quietly on Etna - begins the next El Hierro "crisis".
brings to mind an open German geophysicists huge lava "tunnel" from the Canary Islands under mountains in Morocco and Tunisia - perhaps even to Sicily? cool2

then the question :
Etna seems going "up"
[link to www.ct.ingv.it]
if it confirms, then is whether the El Hierro seismic crisis ends ?

interesting...since the beginning of the El Hierro "seismic crisis" was no one Etna's paroxysm, although before it starts they came at Etna one by one...

especially for the idiots that are poorly versed in the subject matter (it's not 1st April joke ohyeah):

Duggen S., Hoernle K.A., Hauff F., Klügel A., Bouabdellah M., and Thirlwall M.F., 2009:
Flow of Canary mantle plume material through a subcontinental lithospheric corridor beneath Africa to the Mediterranean. Geology, 37 (3), 283-286.

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apparently, for the most slow-witted further clarification is required tounge

here does not talk about that today lava flows from La Restinga and two weeks later, traveling at the speed of the cyclist, is poured on Etna
it says here (basing on mentioned scince article) that these two points, Canarian plume and Mediterrian , were connected by a tunnel, which may exist even at the present time. Which ensures the correlation of movement of magma at one end of the tunnel with the movements of magma at the other end (in addition to the correlation provided by plate tectonics).
simple as possible, then only go into sign language baby
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also useful
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best Etna's expert - gold fund :

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!!!Boris Behncke!!! • 4 hours ago −

Well, in reality it is still there and
possibly bigger than ever before,
but lava is still oozing from several vents on the southern, southeastern and northeastern sides of the cone, and there is still a lot of unstable material sliding on the steep flanks of the cone, exposing the incandescent material underneath.
The copious fallout of huge amounts of still-fluid, truck-sized lumps of lava onto the flanks of the cone caused a flowage phenomenon known as "rheomorphic flow" - a "rheomorphic" lava flow is formed not by overflow from a vent but from the coalescing and flow of countless liquid blobs of lava falling on the ground. This phenomenon has occurred previously at the New Southeast Crater - also during the previous paroxysm on 16 March 2013 - but not on the same scale as today. To round things up, there was also a quite large pyroclastic flow on the upper western slope of the Valle del Bove
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and a lot great vids of this Etna today eruption at previous page
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GuillermoChile • 7 hours ago −
Some increase in gas/ashes emissions at Láscar:
[link to www.sernageomin.cl]
Webcams if necessary:
[link to www.sernageomin.cl]

[link to www.volcano.si.edu]
Lascar
Volcano Type: Stratovolcanoes
Volcano Status: Historical
Last Known Eruption: 2007
Lascar is the most active volcano of the northern Chilean Andes. The andesitic-to-dacitic stratovolcano contains six overlapping summit craters. Prominent lava flows descend its NW flanks...Frequent small-to-moderate explosive eruptions have been recorded from Lascar in historical time since the mid-19th century, along with periodic larger eruptions that produced ashfall hundreds of kilometers away from the volcano. The largest historical eruption of Lascar took place in 1993, producing pyroclastic flows to 8.5 km NW of the summit and ashfall in Buenos Aires.
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[link to www.vulcanoelhierro.es]
Google translation
The research vessel Ramon Margalef, the Spanish Institute of Oceanography, returns to the island of longitude for the project VULCANO, an intensive sampling physicochemical and biological-geological around the entire periphery of El Hierro...
<Bob>
...Abnormalities on the underwater volcano
...The researchers report that the submarine volcano continues to record anomalous physicochemical parameters, as noted during the campaign of the Spanish Institute of Oceanography RAPROCAN in December 2012, but now, the anomalies are much higher and also there is a significant increase linked water temperature at the bottom of up to 3 degrees. The measured pH was 7.4, which represents an acidification of 0.5 points compared to normal conditions. Salinity, alkalinity and total inorganic carbon also exhibit high values relative to normal. However, in no case was detected significant concentrations of reduced sulfur compounds. In the absence of a definitive analysis, zooplankton communities have values of abundance and biomass relatively normal...
VULCANO now heads towards the northwest of the island of El Hierro, the epicenter of recent earthquakes with magnitudes of up to 4.9 on the Richter scale, where studies continue with the water column.
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do you know how much it reach in the last big lava fountain?
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precise mathematical formula and a direct link between tremor and height of fountain no, tremor is only an indirect indicator (that's why you you can never predict the height of the fountain even for few minutes before eruption) cool2

fountain height depends on the rate of arrival of lava, on the characteristics of the camera where lava is mixed with water and saturated with gas, and the characteristics of the "outlet."
a tremor depends on many more additional features sockpuppet

don't remember correctly value for previous eruption (i guess it stored at INGV site), likely 150-200 (also question at wich station you mean)
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i was hasking when that big event happened, how much was the tremor value?
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again we're not aware of each other:
what event?
where exactly (speaking of Etna, for example, then it has more than 400 craters)?
what is "more" and how you measure it, in wich values (VEI? something other?)?

so generally again:

precise mathematical formula and a direct link between tremor and height of fountain no, tremor is only an indirect indicator (that's why you you can never predict the height of the fountain even for few minutes before eruption) cool2

fountain height depends on the rate of arrival of lava, on the characteristics of the camera where lava is mixed with water and saturated with gas, and the characteristics of the "outlet."
a tremor depends on many more additional features

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forgotten:
of course, the height of the fountain is also highly dependent on the mixing ratio of lava (in principle, this can be attributed to the "characteristics of the camera")
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well... forget it
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weird… are you satisfied of answer or no? or why you asked if you don’t need in answer? damned

try to ask it at volcanocafe,
i even curious what answer you'll have hf
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+1
Luisport , ask vc . interesting to compare

pleases that the memory did not fail cool2

Spica says:
April 3, 2013 at 14:39
180 max as far as i remember, but that was a rare event
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although, of course, to the statements of such amateurs always need critically view (will overcome laziness and check at leisure in the archives) cool2
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also remember peak value close to 180

hope this explanation helped better understand the subject once vc did not help...
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not overloaded with details other hand simple and affordable. obvious errors from the point of view of physics processes not see
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#Earthquake swarm in northern #Iceland

possibly caused by undersea eruption.


a very high degree of probability that this is so,
and not only he thinks about it

without going into unnecessary detail (3D, 4D)
really many signs of a high probability that the underwater eruption begins or even already started
(it should search on the Icelandic site articles of local experts).
just look at the number and distribution of aftershocks is very shallow, if only today
[link to en.vedur.is]

lots of not too scattered very shallow (depth about 1 km, few even smaller), most remarkable

Tuesday
02.04.2013 22:09:55 66.418 -17.316 1.1 km 4.2 90.01 33.7 km ESE of Gr&#237;msey

Tuesday
02.04.2013 22:55:39 66.429 -17.323 0.7 km 3.0 90.01 32.9 km ESE of Gr&#237;msey

another with magnitude 2-3-4+
and a lot with quite suitable for the volcanic nature of the data

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of course, speaking "local experts" it's not about vc, statements of serious volcanologists are welcome hf
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John Seach @johnseach 9 &#247;

#Earthquake swarm in northern #Iceland

possibly caused by undersea eruption.


a very high degree of probability that this is so,
and not only he thinks about it

without going into unnecessary detail (3D, 4D)
really many signs of a high probability that the underwater eruption begins or even already started
(it should search on the Icelandic site articles of local experts).
just look at the number and distribution of aftershocks is very shallow, if only today
[link to en.vedur.is]

lots of not too scattered very shallow (depth about 1 km, few even smaller), most remarkable

Tuesday
02.04.2013 22:09:55 66.418 -17.316 1.1 km 4.2 90.01 33.7 km ESE of Gr&#237;msey

Tuesday
02.04.2013 22:55:39 66.429 -17.323 0.7 km 3.0 90.01 32.9 km ESE of Gr&#237;msey

another with magnitude 2-3-4+
and a lot with quite suitable for the volcanic nature of the data

bump
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yesterday's satellite data do not show anything suspicious (today's pictures are still no)...
[link to lance-modis.eosdis.nasa.gov]
although there is not small and the depth of the ocean, and the area is closed by clouds
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very in time tounge

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Research finds second source of potentially disruptive Icelandic volcanoes
April 3, 2013

New research by The Open University and Lancaster University discovered another type of Icelandic volcanic eruption that could cause disruption.
Published in Geology (February 2013), the team found magma that is twice as 'fizzy' as previously believed, which increases the likelihood of disruptive ash clouds from future eruptions.

Many of the largest explosive eruptions in Iceland involve a viscous, high-silica magma called rhyolite, and are driven by volcanic gases (mostly water and carbon dioxide). It is these gases that give a volcanic eruption its fizz. At depth these gases are dissolved within the magma, but as the magma rises towards the surface during an eruption, the gases expand dramatically, causing the magma to froth and accelerate upwards as a foam. The viscous rhyolite foam breaks down into tiny ash fragments which form the ash clouds...
Previously scientists had thought that Icelandic magma was less fizzy than those from Pacific Ocean volcanoes and expected much less explosive eruptions by comparison. However, this new research suggests some Icelandic volcanoes could produce eruptions just as explosive as those in the Pacific Rim...
Dr Dave McGarvie, Senior Lecturer, Volcano Dynamics Group at The Open University, said: "We know that large explosive eruptions have occurred at infamous volcanoes such as Hekla and Katla, but it is important also to appreciate that large explosive eruptions are also produced by less well-known Icelandic volcanoes such as Torfajokull and Oraefajokull."
Dr Hugh Tuffen, Royal Society University Research Fellow at Lancaster University, said: "The discovery is rather worrying, as it shows that Icelandic volcanoes have the potential to be even more explosive than anticipated. Added to this is the view of several eminent scientists that Iceland is entering a period of increased volcanic activity. Iceland's position close to mainland Europe and the north Atlantic flight corridors means air travel could be affected again."

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I am a troll because I asked a question ? Just trying to see how many were venting ash and gas to determine effects in weather patterns this summer. Yes I quess this makes me at troll because discussion is not allowed on a forum.
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i guess you're climatologist , because it requires a very complicated and requires a great expenditure of computing power models tounge if not, then it is quite convenient map volcanic activity is here
[link to www.volcanodiscovery.com]
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very in time tounge

[link to phys.org]

Research finds second source of potentially disruptive Icelandic volcanoes
April 3, 2013

New research by The Open University and Lancaster University discovered another type of Icelandic volcanic eruption that could cause disruption.
Published in Geology (February 2013), the team found magma that is twice as 'fizzy' as previously believed, which increases the likelihood of disruptive ash clouds from future eruptions.

Many of the largest explosive eruptions in Iceland involve a viscous, high-silica magma called rhyolite, and are driven by volcanic gases (mostly water and carbon dioxide). It is these gases that give a volcanic eruption its fizz. At depth these gases are dissolved within the magma, but as the magma rises towards the surface during an eruption, the gases expand dramatically, causing the magma to froth and accelerate upwards as a foam. The viscous rhyolite foam breaks down into tiny ash fragments which form the ash clouds...
Previously scientists had thought that Icelandic magma was less fizzy than those from Pacific Ocean volcanoes and expected much less explosive eruptions by comparison. However, this new research suggests some Icelandic volcanoes could produce eruptions just as explosive as those in the Pacific Rim...
Dr Dave McGarvie, Senior Lecturer, Volcano Dynamics Group at The Open University, said: "We know that large explosive eruptions have occurred at infamous volcanoes such as Hekla and Katla, but it is important also to appreciate that large explosive eruptions are also produced by less well-known Icelandic volcanoes such as Torfajokull and Oraefajokull."
Dr Hugh Tuffen, Royal Society University Research Fellow at Lancaster University, said: "The discovery is rather worrying, as it shows that Icelandic volcanoes have the potential to be even more explosive than anticipated. Added to this is the view of several eminent scientists that Iceland is entering a period of increased volcanic activity. Iceland's position close to mainland Europe and the north Atlantic flight corridors means air travel could be affected again."

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John Seach @johnseach 9 &#247;

#Earthquake swarm in northern #Iceland

possibly caused by undersea eruption.


a very high degree of probability that this is so,
and not only he thinks about it

without going into unnecessary detail (3D, 4D)
really many signs of a high probability that the underwater eruption begins or even already started
(it should search on the Icelandic site articles of local experts).
just look at the number and distribution of aftershocks is very shallow, if only today
[link to en.vedur.is]

lots of not too scattered very shallow (depth about 1 km, few even smaller), most remarkable

Tuesday
02.04.2013 22:09:55 66.418 -17.316 1.1 km 4.2 90.01 33.7 km ESE of Gr&#237;msey

Tuesday
02.04.2013 22:55:39 66.429 -17.323 0.7 km 3.0 90.01 32.9 km ESE of Gr&#237;msey

another with magnitude 2-3-4+
and a lot with quite suitable for the volcanic nature of the data

bump
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yesterday's satellite data do not show anything suspicious (today's pictures are still no)...
[link to lance-modis.eosdis.nasa.gov]
although there is not small and the depth of the ocean, and the area is closed by clouds
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21592753


Jon also understands the difficulty of detecting underwater eruption at such depths of the ocean
[link to www.jonfr.com]
...So if an eruption takes place there it is not going to be noticed due to the depth of the ocean...

in his blog also uploded a good IMO map
[link to www.jonfr.com]
(largest earthquakes in this swarm 2-3 April)
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great

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Boris Behncke

That noise ...
Here is a short bit of video that I recorded during the climax of the powerful episode of lava fountaining (paroxysm) at Etna's New Southeast Crater on the afternoon of 3 April 2013:
[link to www.flickr.com]
...
The detonations were heard over a vast area around Etna, including Catania, nearly 30 km away. My wife told me that in our home in Tremestieri Etneo, 20 km south of the crater, the detonations were rather powerful, much louder than the din of the traffic on the nearby main road of the village. The loud bangs caused astonishment and apprehension among many inhabitants of the Etna area.

returning to the game of questions and answers tounge

why is this such a paroxysm was accompanied by an unusually strong roar that even Boris (best expert who has lived there for decades and watched hundreds of paroxysms) noted:
" in reality it is still there and
possibly bigger than ever before"
"That noise ..."

(links above)

what determines the volume and features of the sounds of the eruption?

(tooltip: remember the general physics, hydrodynamics and acoustics)

to consider the question for discussion over cap of coffee welcome (specialized knowledge is not too required) tounge
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very in time tounge

[link to phys.org]

Research finds second source of potentially disruptive Icelandic volcanoes
April 3, 2013

New research by The Open University and Lancaster University discovered another type of Icelandic volcanic eruption that could cause disruption.
Published in Geology (February 2013), the team found magma that is twice as 'fizzy' as previously believed, which increases the likelihood of disruptive ash clouds from future eruptions.

Many of the largest explosive eruptions in Iceland involve a viscous, high-silica magma called rhyolite, and are driven by volcanic gases (mostly water and carbon dioxide). It is these gases that give a volcanic eruption its fizz. At depth these gases are dissolved within the magma, but as the magma rises towards the surface during an eruption, the gases expand dramatically, causing the magma to froth and accelerate upwards as a foam. The viscous rhyolite foam breaks down into tiny ash fragments which form the ash clouds...
Previously scientists had thought that Icelandic magma was less fizzy than those from Pacific Ocean volcanoes and expected much less explosive eruptions by comparison. However, this new research suggests some Icelandic volcanoes could produce eruptions just as explosive as those in the Pacific Rim...
Dr Dave McGarvie, Senior Lecturer, Volcano Dynamics Group at The Open University, said: "We know that large explosive eruptions have occurred at infamous volcanoes such as Hekla and Katla, but it is important also to appreciate that large explosive eruptions are also produced by less well-known Icelandic volcanoes such as Torfajokull and Oraefajokull."
Dr Hugh Tuffen, Royal Society University Research Fellow at Lancaster University, said: "The discovery is rather worrying, as it shows that Icelandic volcanoes have the potential to be even more explosive than anticipated. Added to this is the view of several eminent scientists that Iceland is entering a period of increased volcanic activity. Iceland's position close to mainland Europe and the north Atlantic flight corridors means air travel could be affected again."

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scared
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I am a troll because I asked a question ? Just trying to see how many were venting ash and gas to determine effects in weather patterns this summer. Yes I quess this makes me at troll because discussion is not allowed on a forum.
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[link to puff.images.alaska.edu]

cracking little link for you
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I am a troll because I asked a question ? Just trying to see how many were venting ash and gas to determine effects in weather patterns this summer. Yes I quess this makes me at troll because discussion is not allowed on a forum.
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[link to puff.images.alaska.edu]

cracking little link for you
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it's great, one of my bookmarked favorite sites!

surprise, now question:
give, please, your
- based on Luisport reply
("52 active volcanoes") and alaska.edu -

on your target question:
"effects in weather patterns this summer"


if no answer - i will sure beleive to AC31269746
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very in time tounge

[link to phys.org]

Research finds second source of potentially disruptive Icelandic volcanoes
April 3, 2013

New research by The Open University and Lancaster University discovered another type of Icelandic volcanic eruption that could cause disruption.
Published in Geology (February 2013), the team found magma that is twice as 'fizzy' as previously believed, which increases the likelihood of disruptive ash clouds from future eruptions.

Many of the largest explosive eruptions in Iceland involve a viscous, high-silica magma called rhyolite, and are driven by volcanic gases (mostly water and carbon dioxide). It is these gases that give a volcanic eruption its fizz. At depth these gases are dissolved within the magma, but as the magma rises towards the surface during an eruption, the gases expand dramatically, causing the magma to froth and accelerate upwards as a foam. The viscous rhyolite foam breaks down into tiny ash fragments which form the ash clouds...
Previously scientists had thought that Icelandic magma was less fizzy than those from Pacific Ocean volcanoes and expected much less explosive eruptions by comparison. However, this new research suggests some Icelandic volcanoes could produce eruptions just as explosive as those in the Pacific Rim...
Dr Dave McGarvie, Senior Lecturer, Volcano Dynamics Group at The Open University, said: "We know that large explosive eruptions have occurred at infamous volcanoes such as Hekla and Katla, but it is important also to appreciate that large explosive eruptions are also produced by less well-known Icelandic volcanoes such as Torfajokull and Oraefajokull."
Dr Hugh Tuffen, Royal Society University Research Fellow at Lancaster University, said: "The discovery is rather worrying, as it shows that Icelandic volcanoes have the potential to be even more explosive than anticipated. Added to this is the view of several eminent scientists that Iceland is entering a period of increased volcanic activity. Iceland's position close to mainland Europe and the north Atlantic flight corridors means air travel could be affected again."

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it's really very actual researchs
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earthquake2013-04-02 22:28:21.1
18min ago 66.42 N 17.33 W 1 ML 3.3 ICELAND REGION 2013-04-02 22:33
earthquake2013-04-02 22:09:55.2
37min ago 66.42 N 17.32 W 1 ML 4.2 ICELAND REGION
[link to www.emsc-csem.org]

looks not good , very shallow


remember Surtsey? chuckle


Update 10:49 UTC : We have added a Google Earth screenshot to the image series. This Google earth image shows very clearly the many volcanic bubbles at the ocean floor, a result of the separating diverging plates. [link to earthquake-report.com]
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so here's will refrain from forecasts chuckle
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[link to mobile.twitter.com (secure)]
John Seach @johnseach 9 &#247;

#Earthquake swarm in northern #Iceland

possibly caused by undersea eruption.


a very high degree of probability that this is so,
and not only he thinks about it

without going into unnecessary detail (3D, 4D)
really many signs of a high probability that the underwater eruption begins or even already started
(it should search on the Icelandic site articles of local experts).
just look at the number and distribution of aftershocks is very shallow, if only today
[link to en.vedur.is]

lots of not too scattered very shallow (depth about 1 km, few even smaller), most remarkable

Tuesday
02.04.2013 22:09:55 66.418 -17.316 1.1 km 4.2 90.01 33.7 km ESE of Gr&#237;msey

Tuesday
02.04.2013 22:55:39 66.429 -17.323 0.7 km 3.0 90.01 32.9 km ESE of Gr&#237;msey

another with magnitude 2-3-4+
and a lot with quite suitable for the volcanic nature of the data

bump
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yesterday's satellite data do not show anything suspicious (today's pictures are still no)...
[link to lance-modis.eosdis.nasa.gov]
although there is not small and the depth of the ocean, and the area is closed by clouds
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Jon also understands the difficulty of detecting underwater eruption at such depths of the ocean
[link to www.jonfr.com]
...So if an eruption takes place there it is not going to be noticed due to the depth of the ocean...

in his blog also uploded a good IMO map
[link to www.jonfr.com]
(largest earthquakes in this swarm 2-3 April)
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series of shallow closely-groupe located eqs continues...
[link to en.vedur.is]
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you'll be surprised what you can drag out of an image. If you can get a clear satellite picture of the sea at that location post it here and I'll have a crack at image editing it.
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using this link,..

[link to www.jonfr.com]

I have gone through all the posts by Jon with the word 'swarm' in them, and here's the list, since Feb 18 2011 to present..

Upptyppingar
Askja volcano
Reykjanes Ridge
South Langjökull volcano and Krýsuvík volcano
Presthnjúkar volcano
Katla
Hamarinn volcano
Katla
Reykjanes Ridge
Katla
Krýsuvík volcano
Katla
Öræfajökull volcano
Katla
Askja volcano and Katla volcano
Katla
Katla
Reykjanes Ridge
Akureyri town
Krísuvík volcano
Katla
Bárðarbunga volcano
Upptyppingar tuff mountain
88 km south of Höfn í Hornarfirði
north of Jan Mayen Island
Hengill volcano
Katla
Hengill volcano
Katla
Reykjanes Ridge
Katla
Hengill volcano
Reykjanes Ridge
Katla and Herðubreið
Katla
Katla volcano, Kolbeinsey ridge, Hveravellir geothermal area
Katla
Katla volcano and on SISZ
TFZ and in Þeistareykir volcano
SISZ
Brennisteinsfjöll volcano system
Reykjanes Ridge
Krýsuvík volcano
Katla
Kolbeinsey Ridge
Reykjanes peninsula
Breinnisteinsfjöll volcano / SISZ
Kolbeinsey Island ridge
Reykjanes Ridge
TFZ
Tindafjallajökull volcano
Katla
Katla
Grímsey Island
Katla
Grímsey Island.
Breinnisteinsfjöll volcano
Kverkfjöll volcano
Kverkfjöll volcano
TFZ
Kolbeinsey Island
Katla
Reykjanes Ridge
Bárðarbunga volcano
Tungafellsjökull volcano
Reykjanes Ridge
Torfajökull volcano
east of Grímsey (TFZ) and in Grímsfjall volcano
Katla
Tungafellsjökull volcano
TFZ
Skjaldbreið
Reykjanes ridge
Askja volcano
Kolbeinsey Island
south of Langjökull glacier
Askja and Kverkfjöll volcanoes
east of Grímsey island (TFZ)

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i make that 78 swarms, in 38 months. an average of two swarms a month.
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sorry, that should be 78 swarms in 26 months, 3 a month.
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earthquake2013-04-02 22:28:21.1
18min ago 66.42 N 17.33 W 1 ML 3.3 ICELAND REGION 2013-04-02 22:33
earthquake2013-04-02 22:09:55.2
37min ago 66.42 N 17.32 W 1 ML 4.2 ICELAND REGION
[link to www.emsc-csem.org]

looks not good , very shallow


remember Surtsey? chuckle


Update 10:49 UTC : We have added a Google Earth screenshot to the image series. This Google earth image shows very clearly the many volcanic bubbles at the ocean floor, a result of the separating diverging plates. [link to earthquake-report.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 9639644


so here's will refrain from forecasts chuckle
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 37322151


[link to mobile.twitter.com (secure)]
John Seach @johnseach 9 &#247;

#Earthquake swarm in northern #Iceland

possibly caused by undersea eruption.


a very high degree of probability that this is so,
and not only he thinks about it

without going into unnecessary detail (3D, 4D)
really many signs of a high probability that the underwater eruption begins or even already started
(it should search on the Icelandic site articles of local experts).
just look at the number and distribution of aftershocks is very shallow, if only today
[link to en.vedur.is]

lots of not too scattered very shallow (depth about 1 km, few even smaller), most remarkable

Tuesday
02.04.2013 22:09:55 66.418 -17.316 1.1 km 4.2 90.01 33.7 km ESE of Gr&#237;msey

Tuesday
02.04.2013 22:55:39 66.429 -17.323 0.7 km 3.0 90.01 32.9 km ESE of Gr&#237;msey

another with magnitude 2-3-4+
and a lot with quite suitable for the volcanic nature of the data

bump
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21592753


yesterday's satellite data do not show anything suspicious (today's pictures are still no)...
[link to lance-modis.eosdis.nasa.gov]
although there is not small and the depth of the ocean, and the area is closed by clouds
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21592753


Jon also understands the difficulty of detecting underwater eruption at such depths of the ocean
[link to www.jonfr.com]
...So if an eruption takes place there it is not going to be noticed due to the depth of the ocean...

in his blog also uploded a good IMO map
[link to www.jonfr.com]
(largest earthquakes in this swarm 2-3 April)
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21592753


series of shallow closely-groupe located eqs continues...
[link to en.vedur.is]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21592753


bump for updates
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very in time tounge

[link to phys.org]

Research finds second source of potentially disruptive Icelandic volcanoes
April 3, 2013

New research by The Open University and Lancaster University discovered another type of Icelandic volcanic eruption that could cause disruption.
Published in Geology (February 2013), the team found magma that is twice as 'fizzy' as previously believed, which increases the likelihood of disruptive ash clouds from future eruptions.

Many of the largest explosive eruptions in Iceland involve a viscous, high-silica magma called rhyolite, and are driven by volcanic gases (mostly water and carbon dioxide). It is these gases that give a volcanic eruption its fizz. At depth these gases are dissolved within the magma, but as the magma rises towards the surface during an eruption, the gases expand dramatically, causing the magma to froth and accelerate upwards as a foam. The viscous rhyolite foam breaks down into tiny ash fragments which form the ash clouds...
Previously scientists had thought that Icelandic magma was less fizzy than those from Pacific Ocean volcanoes and expected much less explosive eruptions by comparison. However, this new research suggests some Icelandic volcanoes could produce eruptions just as explosive as those in the Pacific Rim...
Dr Dave McGarvie, Senior Lecturer, Volcano Dynamics Group at The Open University, said: "We know that large explosive eruptions have occurred at infamous volcanoes such as Hekla and Katla, but it is important also to appreciate that large explosive eruptions are also produced by less well-known Icelandic volcanoes such as Torfajokull and Oraefajokull."
Dr Hugh Tuffen, Royal Society University Research Fellow at Lancaster University, said: "The discovery is rather worrying, as it shows that Icelandic volcanoes have the potential to be even more explosive than anticipated. Added to this is the view of several eminent scientists that Iceland is entering a period of increased volcanic activity. Iceland's position close to mainland Europe and the north Atlantic flight corridors means air travel could be affected again."

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grumpy2
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scared
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agreed
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Thanks for keeping us updated Russia. I wish you were on my forum! rockon
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Thanks for keeping us updated Russia. I wish you were on my forum! rockon
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thanks you, Alexander ! hf hf hf link?
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[five days ago here was written:

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John Seach @johnseach 32 min
#Grozny volcano, #Kurile Islands. Ash emissions 6000 ft altitude extending east.

it's Kuril islands
details at SVERT site
[link to www.imgg.ru]
now absent, the code still yellow
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ash emissions was insignificant, the smell of hydrogen sulfide was not felt (except Iturup, where it was only last night but very weak)
ash looked like a very fine dust.
the city Kurilsk : thickness of ash reached 2 millimeters. generally release was very minor.
the last time before Ivan the Terrible awoke in August 2012. then there was phreatic eruption (especially for beginners: gas emissions without going lava)
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and now
John Seach @johnseach 11 h
#Grozny volcano, #Kurile Islands. Ash emissions 10,000 ft altitude extending west-northwest.

details later
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John Seach @johnseach 9 h
Increase in activity at #Tolbachik volcano, #Kamchatka. Lava flow 15 metres wide moving 5 metres per second.

hmm...will look at local websites

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