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Iceland Civil Protection Service has declared “uncertainty phase” at Mount Hekla!!! UPDATES!!!

 
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Uncertainty Level has been raise from between 0 and 3 to somewhere in the high 4's...

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The Icelanders are very uncertain of their uncertainty.

move
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especially the ones who have had their mortgages forgiven?

hang on, isn't that ALL of them?
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That explains it..

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Inge B: says:

March 26, 2013 at 15:36


On Hekla and her eruptions (Univ. of Iceland, Earth Science Inst.): [link to earthice.hi.is]

Satellite perspective on 2000 eruption: [link to www.geo.mtu.edu] . And on volatiles in her magma: [link to www.geo.mtu.edu]

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Inge B: says:

March 26, 2013 at 15:49


And an old post by Carl: [link to volcanocafe.wordpress.com]

And for our “newbies”: more of these are up under “Dragons hoard” / “Archive sorted by topic” / “Hekla”.

[link to volcanocafe.wordpress.com]
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[link to hraun.vedur.is]
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Inge B: says:

March 26, 2013 at 16:13


Look at that: [link to hraun.vedur.is]

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Tyler Mannison says:

March 26, 2013 at 16:20


Whatever that was all about, appears to have settled down now.

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harrie says:

March 26, 2013 at 16:21


small spike at [link to hraun.vedur.is]
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webcam: [link to www.ruv.is]
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Sam says:

March 26, 2013 at 17:10


Jon’s Helicorder is also showing some unrest, but it looks like it may just be wind…?

[link to www.jonfr.com]
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Megadoom!

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Irpsit in Hekla mode says:

March 26, 2013 at 17:12


Highly unusual: [link to hraun.vedur.is]

What about for a bet for tonight or tomorrow????

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Irpsit in Hekla mode says:

March 26, 2013 at 17:14


Furthermore, [link to hraun.vedur.is] Sau station is picking almost daily earthquakes, probably from Hekla that do not show in the earthquake detection map.

[link to hraun.vedur.is] Haukadalur shows tremor starting!
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@2:13 "We're told this could produce four times as much ass.. ash, as the last big explosion that happened in may of this year"

LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL

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bump for novelty lol 5a
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Irpsit says:

March 26, 2013 at 17:58


To anyone watching the webcams: the eruption of Hekla starts explosively, with a large ash column. Except if there is a storm ongoing. Then, visual observation is not possible, and even radar observation might not be possible.

Before it starts, there will be a lot of noise and stuff happening, earthquakes and strain changing. of course, if there is a large storm, then these quakes and strain ares going to be much less detected because the weather is going to confuse the SIL stations. Still I think that even with a large storm we will see the precursor tremor and quakes.

Also those living next to Hekla (there are some summer houses there), they will hear the rumbling of the volcano if they are downwind. I guess it is harder for me to hear it from 45km away, but it is possible if eruption is large enough and weather is calm. In very big eruptions and calm weather, the noise can rarely be heard all across Iceland.

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Irpsit says:

March 26, 2013 at 17:59


Also, if weather is rather clear or just slighly cloudy, you will undoubtly recognize the ash cloud. It looks like a mushroom cloud and moving. I still remember seeing the plume of Grimsvotn rising in the middle of the clouds and I live 150km away from it.
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Jamie says:

March 26, 2013 at 18:06


7:43:41 63,908 -19,348 28,7 km MAG 0,9 8,0 km NW of Álftavatni

WOW! thats deep.

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March 26, 2013 at 18:27


I have just been thinking what if the magmatic pathways, at a very deep level (60-30km deep), have a common origin between Hekla, Katla and Torfajokull. Actually they have a common origin also coming from the hotspot under Vatnajokull which extends southwestwards.

Somehow I have been noticing that: deep earthquakes on these volcanoes can sometimes happen in these regions one after the other and around the same time.

That would explain the common origin deep down between Katla and Eyjafjallajokull, and also between Veidivotn and Torfajokull. Hekla could also have a common deep link to these nearby volcanoes.

Just wild speculation.
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some strain change in hekla now... [link to hraun.vedur.is]

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some strain change in hekla now... [link to hraun.vedur.is]
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hiding
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some strain change in hekla now... [link to hraun.vedur.is]
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hiding
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what do you think?
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some strain change in hekla now... [link to hraun.vedur.is]
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inannamoon says:

March 26, 2013 at 19:05


Tremor seems to be rising a little too – with a tiny red spike to go with it.
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Volcanoes are amazingly unpredictable and beautiful to watch! Thanks for the updates.
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this may be the point where you try to get a plane and flee as long as it is still possible.
if hekla erupts it will be months if not years of airtraffic disrution in northern and middle europe.
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Alert Status Raised at Iceland’s Hekla

Status now elevated!

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distance view webcam

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Icelandic Volcano alert raised. Flight warnings changed from green to yellow according to Icelandic press #mms2013 [link to t.co]
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Alert Status Raised at Iceland’s Hekla

Status now elevated!

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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 36505977


not elevated, where do you see it? : We can add another volcano to the list of restless volcanoes today — Jon Frimann noted that Hekla in Iceland is showing some signs of potential activity. Seismic activity at the volcano has prompted the National Commissioner of the Icelandic Police to declare an “uncertainty phase” for Hekla. That translates to the lowest (beyond no activity) level of warning for a restless Icelandic volcano. This change in status is the result of a tight cluster of very small earthquakes (none in the past few days, but you can check this link for updates) since March 10 on the northeast side of the summit caldera. These earthquakes are still relatively deep, occurring at 11-12 km below the volcano — however, these earthquakes don’t entirely suggest that new magma is intruding as they appear to reflect brittle fracture of rock rather than dilation due to magma. Coupled with a lack of any signs of ground deformation at Hekla, there are no signs that an eruption is imminent. That being said, this unrest has also prompted the Icelandic Meteorological Office to upgrade the aviation alert status for Hekla to Yellow, mainly due to the unusual nature of this activity at the volcano.

The last eruption at Hekla was in 2000, but they can spectacular events, with multiple VEI 3 and 4 eruptions over the past century. This current unrest is unusual for Hekla and does not clearly point towards a new eruption — but with any Icelandic volcano, it should be closely watched for changes. If anything does happen, be sure to watch the Hekla webcam pointed at the volcano.
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Alert Status Raised at Iceland’s Hekla

Status now elevated!

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not elevated, where do you see it? : We can add another volcano to the list of restless volcanoes today — Jon Frimann noted that Hekla in Iceland is showing some signs of potential activity. Seismic activity at the volcano has prompted the National Commissioner of the Icelandic Police to declare an “uncertainty phase” for Hekla. That translates to the lowest (beyond no activity) level of warning for a restless Icelandic volcano. This change in status is the result of a tight cluster of very small earthquakes (none in the past few days, but you can check this link for updates) since March 10 on the northeast side of the summit caldera. These earthquakes are still relatively deep, occurring at 11-12 km below the volcano — however, these earthquakes don’t entirely suggest that new magma is intruding as they appear to reflect brittle fracture of rock rather than dilation due to magma. Coupled with a lack of any signs of ground deformation at Hekla, there are no signs that an eruption is imminent. That being said, this unrest has also prompted the Icelandic Meteorological Office to upgrade the aviation alert status for Hekla to Yellow, mainly due to the unusual nature of this activity at the volcano.

The last eruption at Hekla was in 2000, but they can spectacular events, with multiple VEI 3 and 4 eruptions over the past century. This current unrest is unusual for Hekla and does not clearly point towards a new eruption — but with any Icelandic volcano, it should be closely watched for changes. If anything does happen, be sure to watch the Hekla webcam pointed at the volcano.
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what scares the shit out of me is the fact that hekla is also the stove for katla.
means that hekla eruption could be a trigger for katla volcano and then we see 3 days of darkness indeed!
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March 26, 2013 volcano activity

Official statement from the Iceland Civil Defense

The National Commissioner of the Icelandic Police (NCIP) and the Police commissioner at Hvolsvöllur declare an uncertainty phase (lowest level of warning), because of seismic activity in mount Hekla.

The Icelandic Met Office has informed the Civil Protection and Emergency Management of NCIP about unusual seismic activity in mount Hekla. The Icelandic Met Office has raised the ICAO aviation color code to yellow concerning air traffic, which means that mount Hekla is showing an unusual activity.

Uncertainty phase means that supervision has been raised on that course of events that may threaten public health and safety, or that environment or inhabited area may be threatened. To declare an uncertainty face is a part of work process in the setup of public safety to secure a formal communication between response teams and to secure dissemination of information.
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Jamie says:

March 26, 2013 at 18:06


7:43:41 63,908 -19,348 28,7 km MAG 0,9 8,0 km NW of Álftavatni

WOW! thats deep.

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March 26, 2013 at 18:27


I have just been thinking what if the magmatic pathways, at a very deep level (60-30km deep), have a common origin between Hekla, Katla and Torfajokull. Actually they have a common origin also coming from the hotspot under Vatnajokull which extends southwestwards.

Somehow I have been noticing that: deep earthquakes on these volcanoes can sometimes happen in these regions one after the other and around the same time.

That would explain the common origin deep down between Katla and Eyjafjallajokull, and also between Veidivotn and Torfajokull. Hekla could also have a common deep link to these nearby volcanoes.

Just wild speculation.

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Most interesting! Thank you yet again for your insight Luis hf
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Alert Status Raised at Iceland’s Hekla

Status now elevated!

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not elevated, where do you see it? : We can add another volcano to the list of restless volcanoes today — Jon Frimann noted that Hekla in Iceland is showing some signs of potential activity. Seismic activity at the volcano has prompted the National Commissioner of the Icelandic Police to declare an “uncertainty phase” for Hekla. That translates to the lowest (beyond no activity) level of warning for a restless Icelandic volcano. This change in status is the result of a tight cluster of very small earthquakes (none in the past few days, but you can check this link for updates) since March 10 on the northeast side of the summit caldera. These earthquakes are still relatively deep, occurring at 11-12 km below the volcano — however, these earthquakes don’t entirely suggest that new magma is intruding as they appear to reflect brittle fracture of rock rather than dilation due to magma. Coupled with a lack of any signs of ground deformation at Hekla, there are no signs that an eruption is imminent. That being said, this unrest has also prompted the Icelandic Meteorological Office to upgrade the aviation alert status for Hekla to Yellow, mainly due to the unusual nature of this activity at the volcano.

The last eruption at Hekla was in 2000, but they can spectacular events, with multiple VEI 3 and 4 eruptions over the past century. This current unrest is unusual for Hekla and does not clearly point towards a new eruption — but with any Icelandic volcano, it should be closely watched for changes. If anything does happen, be sure to watch the Hekla webcam pointed at the volcano.
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but it is really balanced opinion of a professional, thanks hf
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another quake near Hekla [link to en.vedur.is]
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looks like another haarp induced incident to trigger an economic collapse
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Doombert wannabe!.

England still floating.
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Been watching the webcam a while. I feel like the second I stop, it will go boom. Right now it's just very cloudy.

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Most interesting! Thank you yet again for your insight Luis hf
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