Tyler Mannison says:
February 13, 2013 at 17:17
Here, it looks like Hekla is getting even more restless.
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February 13, 2013 at 18:17
This is not Hekla but it is Torfajokull. It is actually just at the edge of the caldera of Torfajokull and this is one volcano it erupted 6 times at same time as Veidivotn. But the entire region between both volcanoes is a short distance and sight of many small independent eruptions, not belonging clearly to either.
However sometimes earthquakes at this region appear a few days before a proper eruption of Hekla. I think this happened before one of the last eruptions but cannot record which one, and which source I have read this in.
But yes, there are subtle signs pointing to increased restless over the entire region in south Iceland, between Katla, Torfajokull and Hekla, 3 volcanoes which are actually quite near to each one. My bet remains: an eruption of Hekla within the next months, maybe even this month! Hekla erupts most often in late winter and spring time, but it could be just a statistical coincidence.
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