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

 
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Things are shaking up.
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One EQ after another in Iceland.

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islander on slopes of Hekla* says:

April 3, 2013 at 09:00


*struck. I think earthquakes strike. Number of quakes over 3 are now 75
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islander on slopes of Hekla* says:

April 3, 2013 at 08:46


Earthquake swarm in N-E Iceland continious. One 3,8 srick a while ago, else the number of qukes (in area) stands at 688. [link to en.vedur.is]
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As always, thanks for the updates! I really appreciate it/them.
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islander *non-watching mode, Hekla warning cancelled* says:

April 4, 2013 at 20:14


IMO warns of another (possible) large swarm in north-of-Iceland may follow the current one, it even may migrate further south east. *online translator needed*
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Re: Iceland Civil Protection Service has declared “uncertainty phase” at Mount Hekla!!! UPDATES!!!
Diana Barnes says:

April 5, 2013 at 09:42


Hamarrin quake verified at 3.2 mag. and 2.9 depth.
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Inge B. says:

April 5, 2013 at 10:24


Given Hamarinn’s history during the last years, he could enter in action too.
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Diana Barnes says:

April 5, 2013 at 09:42


Hamarrin quake verified at 3.2 mag. and 2.9 depth.
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Inge B. says:

April 5, 2013 at 10:24


Given Hamarinn’s history during the last years, he could enter in action too.
 Quoting: Luisport


Tyler Mannison says:

April 5, 2013 at 12:13


Now upgraded to a 3.6
Friday
05.04.2013 01:50:43 64.499 -17.676 2.1 km 3.6 99.0 6.5 km ENE of Hamarinn
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sure has been rumbling over there lately
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sure has been rumbling over there lately
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 34765812


but not so big quake... magma moving or just tectonic?
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sure has been rumbling over there lately
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 34765812


but not so big quake... magma moving or just tectonic?
 Quoting: Luisport


maybe tectonic movement is causing magma to move?

there has been some indian ocean and north atlantic quakes lately - maybe that plate movement?


i am no expert - just wondering
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[link to en.vedur.is] close to Bárðarbunga swarm
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Kilgharrah says:

April 6, 2013 at 13:06


Hekla going down again ….. she looks really uneasy!
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rickdangerous says:

April 6, 2013 at 13:26


I agree, I did notice last night it is within the -XE+03 were x is at -5 now for Hekla and -8 for burfell. If i recall not the biggest slip yet. Wind in the area is not strong, the strain graph has been re-sized 2 times since last night too.

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islander says:

April 6, 2013 at 13:36


Hekla. Only 5,000 to 6,000 units – thats smallish – but it is movement, expect something in region of 300,000 units, but then runup is (probably) already in progress. Re-reading on this, it happens in last 30 min before eruption. Quakes start (used to) 60 to 90 minutes before, and tremour “órói” shortly after. So this be the proper sequence:
1. Buildup phase (long time), Gas, ground Water changes etc.
2. Quakes “all sizes, all depths”
3. tremour “in not to be in doupt version”
4. Strain fall (or rise), dramatic version

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

April 29, 2013 at 16:47


And now the daily GPS update are in.
The uplift at Hekla is continous, the uplift ranges from 5mm at MJO to over 20 at FED, HEK and ISA. Average uplift is 12mm over all stations. But if you remove MJO you get get 15mm average. Notice that there are also visible changes in N/S and W/E trajectories on many of the GPS-stations.
During the last 5 weeks more uplift have happened in Hekla then since 2009. I repeat, in the last 36 day more uplift have happened then in the last 1400 days.

If we combine this with the frequent earthquakes and the micro-quakes (popcorn) we can safely say that Hekla is getting ever closer.
Judging from the amount of uplift we are between an hour and 4 weeks away from an eruption if the rate of uplift continues. There is just no way that Hekla can take 40mm of uplift in 2 months time.

I would like to make this statement:
Do not for any reason go closer to Hekla then a distance of 10 km. If you are not sitting in a car on a road, do not get closer then 20 km.

[link to strokkur.raunvis.hi.is]

Sincerely!
Carl
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Carl

April 29, 2013 at 16:35


And for those who love Hekla and want the best SIL to watch:
[link to hraun.vedur.is]
This one will though most likely get lost after a few seconds of eruption together with the HEK Strainmeter and HEK & FED gps-es.
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Hekla and Katla volcanoes

I am going to write about both this volcanoes here. Since I am going to be using the same image anyway for both volcanoes.

Yesterday (26.04.2013) there was a magnitude 1.1 earthquake in Hekla voclano. This earthquake was in the same area that triggered uncertainty level to be declared just before Easters in March. It was later cancelled when nothing more happened.

Katla volcano has been having some earthquake activity in past days. So far it has just been minor earthquakes and nothing more. But it has been taking place where a minor eruption took place in Katla volcano during the summer of 2011. That minor eruption created a minor glacier flood. But it did destroy a bridge and closed down the ring road (road 1) in this part of Iceland.

While this activity is currently nothing to worry about. It is worth keeping a eye on it. Just in case it increases, or if some other changes start to take place in Katla volcano.

Krísuvík volcano

A minor earthquake swarm took place in Krísuvík volcano today (27.04.2013). The largest earthquake had the magnitude of 1.9. The depth of this earthquakes was around 8.6 km. Activity in this area is normal and there does not seem anything strange about it. But Krísuvík volcano has been having periods of inflation and deflation for the past three years. Earthquake activity increases when Krísuvík volcano is in period of inflation. If that is the case now I do not know.


Bárðarbunga volcano

A minor earthquake swarm took place in Bárðarbunga volcano today. Largest earthquake in this swarm had the magnitude of 1.3. Depth range was from 18.8 km and up to 11.1 km. This earthquake swarm is important. Since it appears that this is a dike intrusion in Bárðarbunga volcano. But a minor dike intrusion also took place in this area few weeks ago. That also resulted in a minor earthquake swarm in this same area.

A minor dike intrusions into a volcano does not mean a eruption is going to take place. In many Icelandic volcanoes (and around the world also) dike intrusions into the volcanoes are common event and in most cases do not result in any eruptions. But it is worth keep a watch out for this type of eruptions. Since it might signal a more active period ahead in Bárðarbunga volcano. But it might also just equally don’t mean anything. There is no way to know for sure.

Other then this activity. It has been rather quiet in Iceland at the moment. No larger earthquakes have been taking place in the past two weeks since activity slowed down in Tjörnes Fracture Zone.
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