Yesterday in thread "Volcano Activity UPDATE !!! Tungurahua Volcano Eruption!!! Santorini, El Hierro, Tinakula and Cleveland Volcano Update!!! HEKLA WHATCH OUT!!!"
Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10893223
Iceland. Activity near Krafla-Askja
[link to hraun.vedur.is
More about Krafla:
It contains a 10 x 8 km caldera.
In 1724, Krafla began an eruption that lasted for five years. This eruption was called "The Myvatn Fires." It was named for the nearby area of Myvatn, which is a rich farming district and very well populated. During this eruption, lava flowed from a ~7 mile (11 km) long fissure until it reached ~12.5 miles (20 km) in length after one year
[link to volcano.oregonstate.edu
Hmm. In Volcanocafe today
[link to volcanocafe.wordpress.com
"Please dear all, it is still far from any possible eruption in the area. At most this is a signal of what can come, nothing more.
But then, few hours later:
February 18, 2012 at 17:57
Hi Carl and Others, Just a question:
How much activity i.e: Harmonic Tremoring, Earthquakes etc… Would be required before we should worry?
Carl le Strange says:
February 18, 2012 at 17:58
Probably more than this.
But since this is unchartered territory nobody really knows how much “more than this” is required. In a way anything new is a bit worrying"