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Volcanic Iceland: Hekla, Bláfjallaskal, Grimsvötn and Hamarinn Quake Swarms... We are not in Kansas any more!!!p1487

 
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Looks like a mag 4+, a couple of upper mag 2's, and a couple smaller just happened...
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Looks like a mag 4+, a couple of upper mag 2's, and a couple smaller just happened...
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"THEY" just lowered the strongest EQ by a FULL POINT! From a 4.3 (+/-), to a low 3.
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23.10.2018 00:12:54 64.623 -17.438 2.2 km 3.5 99.0 4.7 km ESE of Bárðarbunga
Tuesday
23.10.2018 00:08:58 64.625 -17.441 7.1 km 4.6 99.0 4.5 km ESE of Bárðarbunga
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23.10.2018 00:08:58 64.627 -17.389 1.1 km 4.0 90.15 6.8 km ESE of Bárðarbunga

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Magnitude 4,6 earthquake in Bárðarbunga volcano
Posted on October 23, 2018 by Jón Frímann

At 00:08 UTC on 23-October-2018 a magnitude 4,6 earthquake took place in Bárðarbunga volcano. This is the strongest earthquake in Bárðarbunga volcano for at least three months. A second earthquake with a magnitude of 3,5 happened at 00:12 UTC. This earthquake activity had earlier smaller earthquakes happening in Bárðarbunga volcano. It started yesterday (22-October-2018) with few minor earthquakes.

Other earthquakes in this earthquake activity were smaller in magnitude. This type of earthquake activity in Bárðarbunga volcano is now common after the end of the eruption in 2015.
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Looks like a mag 4+, a couple of upper mag 2's, and a couple smaller just happened...
 Quoting: WEDGE5th


"THEY" just lowered the strongest EQ by a FULL POINT! From a 4.3 (+/-), to a low 3.
 Quoting: WEDGE5th


During my morning check of the Icelandic MET today, I noticed the two strong EQs at Bard. Wow!

Is the instument package available? The original one? Or has it sunk too far down to get a signal out? Have they replaced it with a new monitoring 'station'? (measured among other the deepening/collapse of the caldera)
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Magnitude 3.1
Region ICELAND
Date time 2018-10-24 14:23:09.0 UTC
Location 63.60 N ; 19.36 W
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12.11.2018 19:23:23 64.662 -17.470 3.0 km 3.3 99.0 3.6 km NE of Bárðarbunga
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12.11.2018 19:21:49 64.663 -17.532 10.0 km 3.6 99.0 2.5 km N of Bárðarbunga
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Wasn't there a significant quake in the Arctic Circle a few days ago? Just my 2 pence..
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Wasn't there a significant quake in the Arctic Circle a few days ago? Just my 2 pence..
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Yes. When there are big quakes and swarms in the ridge on north or south we see more quakes on Iceland...
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Wasn't there a significant quake in the Arctic Circle a few days ago? Just my 2 pence..
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Yes. When there are big quakes and swarms in the ridge on north or south we see more quakes on Iceland...
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Take Care Luis. Been an A.C. on here for many a year. Always appreciated your informative threads. Think I've told you that before, as an A.C. Thanks for all that you do :) :hf:
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Wasn't there a significant quake in the Arctic Circle a few days ago? Just my 2 pence..
 Quoting: MissInformed


Yes. When there are big quakes and swarms in the ridge on north or south we see more quakes on Iceland...
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Take Care Luis. Been an A.C. on here for many a year. Always appreciated your informative threads. Think I've told you that before, as an A.C. Thanks for all that you do :) :hf:
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23.11.2018 05:41:08 64.423 -17.256 1.2 km 3.1 99.0 2.2 km NNE of Grímsfjall
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23.11.2018 05:41:08 64.423 -17.256 1.2 km 3.1 99.0 2.2 km NNE of Grímsfjall

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And now this...

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23.11.2018 21:37:22 64.500 -17.598 7.4 km 3.5 99.0 10.2 km E of Hamarinn
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Re: Volcanic Iceland: Hekla, Bláfjallaskal, Grimsvötn and Hamarinn Quake Swarms... We are not in Kansas any more!!!p1487
And IMO has this to say about Katla:

Remarks of a specialist
Sulfur is being smelled around Sólheimajökull and Jökulsá á Sólheimasandur. There are very low winds in the area in the coming days, which can allow the gases to accumulate to higher concentrations. There are no significant changes observed in the hydrological, gas, or seismic data in this area. People are encouraged to not remain in low lying areas where gases can accumulate and to not be close to the edge of the Jökulsá á Sólheimasandur River.
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23.11.2018 05:41:08 64.423 -17.256 1.2 km 3.1 99.0 2.2 km NNE of Grímsfjall

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And now this...

Friday
23.11.2018 21:37:22 64.500 -17.598 7.4 km 3.5 99.0 10.2 km E of Hamarinn
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Interesting...wonder what's going on-if anything. Read where there was a good deal of sulpher smell coming from the Katla glacier releases-but it's normal for the area.
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24.11.2018 13:28:28 64.018 -21.650 7.9 km 2.9 99.0 3.9 km N of Bláfjallaskáli


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Hi Luis, and all..
Thanks for the continued updates - I always check in when at GLP! Between your Iceland updates, and weather posts, I appreciate all you do! granny
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Hi Luis, and all..
Thanks for the continued updates - I always check in when at GLP! Between your Iceland updates, and weather posts, I appreciate all you do! granny
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Hekla – Small things and stars in the night
Carl / 22 hours ago

Hekla during the 1980 eruption. Photograph by Oxonhutch, Wikimedia Commons.

I was asked to write a small weekend piece while we wait for Albert to finish the second part about Grimsvötn. My original idea was to write about people eating volcanoes, but thankfully Iceland saved us from that.

As many of you have noticed Grimsvötn has thrown some big ones since my part of the two-part article, but I know that Albert is diligently working those ones into his article, so I will leave out Grimsvötn being hard at work to meet that 31st December 23.59.59 o’clock deadline to outshine the Reykjavik fireworks.

Stars


Stars in the night. Image by the Icelandic Met Office.

Iceland is most likely the only place on earth that will cause people to look down towards the ground if you say, “Oh, look at the stars”.

As many of you know a “star” is an earthquake above M3 on the Icelandic Met Office earthquake page. As I write this there are 3 stars in Iceland at Bláfjallaskal, Grimsvötn and Hamarinn. And as we all know, big earthquakes in volcanoes can be signs that things are about to go down.

Problem is that Hamarinn can throw these now and then without any impending doom, and the same goes for the tectonically active part of Iceland that houses Bláfjallaskal. So, if big things are not necessarily a sign of big eruptions, where do we look?

Hekla


Sideways plot showing the earthquakes of Hekla. Image by Andrej Fliis using data from the Icelandic Met Office.

The last 24 hours are among the most interesting and downright intriguing in volcanological history, and that is even counting eruptions like Cerro Hudson, Holuhraun and Pinatubo. The air was filled with the brimstone smell of heavy science data collection being done in the dark.

Before and during the 2000 eruption of Hekla the monitoring network was not bad for its time but compared to today it was a kayak crossing a small lake compared to a rocket hurling a Tesla playing David Bowie towards Mars.

Not only have we gotten more seismometers, GPS-stations, strain meters and a new funky multigas-measuring station. All of the old equipment has been replaced with new and far more sensitive instruments.

Basically, what will trigger the automatic system today would be hard to manually find back then. Today the automatic threshold is a staggering -1.2 on the moment magnitude scale. And it is possible to manually see earthquakes that are even smaller.


Possible location of deep conduit, upper magma reservoir and vent conduit. Image by Andrej Fliis using data from the Icelandic Met Office.

The same level of upgrades is also there for the GPS and the strain meters. And we have the gas station on top of the mountain and an infra-sound detector down at Katla.

Yes, there are more pieces of equipment on a couple of volcanoes, but nowhere on earth is the average density versus quality higher.

I am mentioning this for two reasons. One is so that you will understand that there are more earthquakes picked up now than during the last eruption. And the second reason is that we can now be almost certain that we will be able to pick up the pre-eruption signs of Hekla.


This is my prefered interpration where we see a wedge shaped magma reservoir with earthquakes indicating pressure release zones and/or vertical sills. Image by Andrej Fliis using data from the Icelandic Met Office.

Obviously, we are not entirely sure what those signs are, since we have never seen them before, but we can make educated guesses. And, we can also compare it to the 2000 eruption signs that we did pick up and extrapolate from there.

Only problem is that apparently Hekla is throwing us a Black Swan moment. Because according to our known extrapolations and guesstimates Hekla started an eruption this morning. At least if we go with the seismometer network data.


2018 earthquake activity showing well the location of the current activity. Image by Andrej Fliis using data from the Icelandic Met Office.

So, where is the brimstone and fiery doom that our beloved Hekla is famous for? I will now try to answer that question.

In 2011 all seismic network upgrades except station HES was in place. From that moment the data quality does not increase a lot and we can safely say that there is no large technology skew increasing the numbers of earthquakes. Well, except in the direction of HES obviously, and that HES gave us better depth resolution.

The 2013 Hekla Seismic Crisis


IMO earthquake page showing the earthquakes that caused this article. Image by the Icelandic Met Office.

In 2013 Hekla threw up it’s most numerous post eruptive earthquake swarm. At the time it was assumed that Hekla would erupt, and even the Icelandic Met Office put up a bulletin that an eruption at Hekla was imminent. I was also fooled by Hekla and thought it would go off.

In the end no eruption occurred but post the seismic crisis that has been the benchmark of what the maximum unrest Hekla could withstand without an eruption following.

I had a bit of a problem with that idea. The location of those earthquakes was not in line with what had been observed prior to Hekla’s last eruption in 2000.


Hekla seismic trend plot. Notice the difference in M0.8 earthquake count between this month and 2013. Image by the Icelandic Met Office.

In 2000 against what most people believe there was a small swarm about two weeks prior to the onset of eruption. That small swarm occurred slightly west of the southern terminus of the Heklugjá fissure swarm.

It is normally said that Heklugjá is 7 kilometres long and that it runs the length of the actual mountain. But that is the top of the fissure that normally opens during an eruption, the fissure at depth is a bit longer. Perhaps 3 km to the NNE, and some 7 to 10 kilometres further SSW. This is very clear on the plots that Andrej has made for this article.

The pre-eruption swarm in 2000 is a logical place swarming for a fissure system under intense magmatic pressure, because the pressure will attack the weakest points to make room for that magma.


Earthquake trend plot for Hekla of all data. Please notice the increase as the big upgrades of the system came online. Image by Andrej Fliis using data from the Icelandic Met Office.

The NNE end is fairly blocked off due to the neighbouring Torfajökull volcano, and the Vonarskard and Veidivötn fissure swarms taking care of the business Icelandic continental spreading.

That means that the best spot to grow is the SSW end, and this is evidenced by that part being considerably longer than the NNE part.

In 2000 the ever-increasing magma pressure tried to make more room at the southern end causing pressure induced earthquakes there. In the end that did not work well enough, and the pressure after a while attacked another weak spot, the topmost part of Heklugjá that runs the length of the edifice known as Hekla proper.

No such thing was seen in 2013, so in hindsight the obvious conclusion is that the pressure was not high enough for the earthquakes to be part of a pre-eruptive sequence.

Under pressure


Earthquake versus depth plot over time. Image by Andrej Fliis using data from the Icelandic Met Office.

If the relatively small earthquake crisis in 2013 can be called a seismic crisis what we are seeing now is more like seismageddon (in a piddly Hekla way). Just to put it into perspective, the total earthquake count now is 3 times larger, and the amount of earthquakes per month above M0.8 is by now twice the number.

So, just on pure numbers this has transcended 2013. But that is not the point that is important. The important thing is the location.

This time a large percentage of the seismic activity is slightly west of the southern terminus of Heklugjá indicating intense pressure. The earthquakes are though small, the same as in 2000.

Since the network now is far more sensitive than in 2000, we are seeing quite a few more small earthquakes. That is why the IMO is using the M0.8 and upwards as the divider for their master plot. A M0.8 earthquake was easy to detect in 2000, and none of those would have been missed even at the old network, so this makes it easy and accurate to compare with now.

All things taken together, we know that the GPS-system says that the pressure levels by now are higher than they where back before the 2000 eruption, we are seeing magma system pressure earthquakes at the correct location, but we are not seeing any untoward twitching on the strain meters.

So basically, we have 2 out of 3 of the prerequisites known for an upcoming Hekla eruption. And the strain twitching normally starts just a few minutes prior to onset of eruption.

Conclusion

I will not say that Hekla will erupt soon. Suffice it to say that there are far more signs of an eruption being on the way now compared to 2013.

It has been an interesting and exhausting 24 hours, and even if there will not be an eruption this time around, Hekla gave us all a true masterclass in volcanology, and for that we will have to be thankful.

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Jesus lord...

Katla eruption would generate chaos in the air traffic all over the Europe and could be catastrophic for Iceland as a whole. Maybe, could affect world's economy in some level too.
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Interesting thing I just noticed. The strain twitching increased up to the earthquakes started and then it calmed down after the pressure was released.
This is not healthy in any volcanic system since it means moving magma at depth.



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And we now have swarm number five. I am now officially saying that we are not in Kansas any more.
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irpsit 24/11/2018 at 23:30
I will make a prediction. I would say that there is a 70% change of Hekla erupting within the next two weeks. If 2000 repeats as a pattern (a swarm two week before the eruption), then we will be seeing an eruption by the 8th of December.

And a 90% change of an eruption until April 2019.

Remember that once I did a statistical study and realized that Hekla seems to have a preference to erupt in winter and early spring time, between December and May (and especially between January and April).
It’s odd, but also remember that Katla seems to have a preference to erupt between July and October. No other Icelandic volcano has a seasonal preference for their eruptions.

MARK MY PREDICTION: 2019 may well be the year with two Icelandic eruptions, both quite predictable: Hekla, followed by Grimsvotn.

Why Hekla: because I find this November 2018 swarm is a sign that the volcano is about to erupt. Why Grimsvotn? Because cumulative seismic release is so predictable for Grimsvotn.
I will eat my chocolate hat if I am wrong.
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irpsit 24/11/2018 at 23:53
I wait for a clear period of sustained inflation, plus many strong and noisy earthquakes of M3 and M4, for 3 months before the actual eruption (like it happened in 2011). At the moment, changes of Katla erupting in the next few months are relatively small. So is Oraefajokull. I also expect noisy earthquakes swarm, similar to Katla 2011. Both volcanoes will erupt in the next decade or two, but not in soon.

Hekla and Grimsvotn are much more likely to the be the next ones to erupt.
Reykjanes could throw a surprise.

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irpsit 24/11/2018 at 23:33
Also interestingly is this: Iceland seems to have came alight. It’s not the first time that I have seen this and I start to suspect if sometimes magmatic pulses from the Icelandic plume affect the whole of Iceland in a single instance.

If a pulse occurred yesterday, it may explain why we saw so many earthquakes around Iceland. Including one in the dead zone again. But this is a more surprising theory, that would require extraordinary evidence to confirm it.
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