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Volcano watch 2010

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posted on Sep, 5 2010 @ 07:40 PM
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reply to post by muzzy
 


Well actually you are not far wrong there!


It is a place I have always wanted to visit every since I studied Australia and New Zealand as special interest areas for A-Level geography.

Don't fancy Oz much though.




posted on Sep, 6 2010 @ 08:49 PM
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Sinabung, still making the news.... Largest Boom yet!!!





www.heraldsun.com.au...



posted on Sep, 6 2010 @ 09:18 PM
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Wow. This is something and something to keep a close eye on. I find it odd (typical :-)) they make no mention of it's location to Toba.



posted on Sep, 7 2010 @ 01:47 AM
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According to this blog, where a bunch of vulcanologists and interested parties hang out, there is no real connection between Toba and Sinabung.

"As I have mentioned previously, the wide area around Sinabung is dotted with dormant cones and domes. There is no reason to believe that Toba will react to this current Sinabung activity. If anything the nearby Singkut Caldera is possibly linked to Sinabung. The Singkut Caldera has active sulphur springs, hot water springs and fumaroles. There are geothermal power stations located in the Caldera crator. There are baths and pool spas where people with athritic problems go for treatment."

BTW - thanks to all who answered my query re red flag status. I've been doing some hard core catchup study on volcanoes. Lordy they're primal beasts.



posted on Sep, 22 2010 @ 07:30 PM
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This seems to be more than normal here:

en.vedur.is...=table
en.vedur.is...=map

Vatnajökull - earthquakes during the last 48 hours

Date Time Latitude Longitude Depth Magnitude Quality Location
Wednesday
22.09.2010 22:30:06 65.093 -16.243 8.7 km 1.0 90.01 5.8 km N of Upptyppingar
Wednesday
22.09.2010 20:21:30 64.715 -17.279 1.1 km 1.5 59.81 8.0 km SSW of Kistufell
Wednesday
22.09.2010 20:14:44 64.784 -17.165 3.3 km 1.7 90.01 2.1 km E of Kistufell
Wednesday
22.09.2010 20:13:50 64.777 -17.174 3.6 km 1.9 90.01 1.7 km ESE of Kistufell
Wednesday
22.09.2010 20:13:20 64.779 -17.203 5.2 km 1.1 69.79 0.3 km SE of Kistufell
Wednesday
22.09.2010 20:01:34 64.448 -17.190 1.1 km 2.5 90.01 6.3 km NE of Grímsfjall
Wednesday
22.09.2010 20:01:31 64.325 -17.522 1.1 km 1.1 56.7 14.9 km SW of Grímsfjall
Wednesday
22.09.2010 19:54:25 64.502 -17.736 11.0 km 1.7 90.01 3.9 km ENE of Hamarinn
Wednesday
22.09.2010 16:51:48 64.653 -17.435 6.0 km 1.1 54.38 4.6 km ENE of Bárðarbunga
Wednesday
22.09.2010 13:10:30 64.754 -17.232 8.6 km 0.8 99.0 3.2 km SSW of Kistufell
Wednesday
22.09.2010 13:03:09 65.098 -16.236 6.8 km 0.4 99.0 6.3 km N of Upptyppingar
Wednesday
22.09.2010 12:50:13 64.777 -17.193 10.7 km 0.6 99.0 0.8 km ESE of Kistufell
Wednesday
22.09.2010 06:10:22 64.500 -17.763 11.5 km 1.9 99.0 2.7 km NE of Hamarinn
Wednesday
22.09.2010 03:14:50 65.095 -16.233 5.5 km 0.3 99.0 6.1 km N of Upptyppingar
Wednesday
22.09.2010 01:46:59 65.099 -16.236 7.7 km 0.1 99.0 6.4 km N of Upptyppingar
Tuesday
21.09.2010 20:00:05 64.680 -17.290 4.8 km 0.5 99.0 11.9 km SSW of Kistufell
Tuesday
21.09.2010 19:55:40 65.097 -16.239 6.9 km 0.5 99.0 6.3 km N of Upptyppingar
Tuesday
21.09.2010 19:10:37 64.883 -16.657 10.9 km 0.0 99.0 17.4 km S of Dreki
Tuesday
21.09.2010 18:39:31 65.097 -16.239 7.5 km 0.5 99.0 6.2 km N of Upptyppingar
Tuesday
21.09.2010 16:32:41 65.098 -16.234 5.3 km 0.3 99.0 6.4 km N of Upptyppingar
Tuesday
21.09.2010 16:08:06 65.095 -16.234 6.9 km 0.3 99.0 6.0 km N of Upptyppingar
Tuesday
21.09.2010 10:45:09 64.679 -17.343 18.4 km 0.8 99.0 9.8 km ENE of Bárðarbunga
Tuesday
21.09.2010 09:44:13 64.778 -17.192 10.0 km 0.8 99.0 0.8 km ESE of Kistufell
Tuesday
21.09.2010 09:25:17 64.685 -17.337 19.2 km 0.9 99.0 10.3 km ENE of Bárðarbunga
Tuesday
21.09.2010 08:53:12 65.096 -16.237 6.9 km 1.1 99.0 6.2 km N of Upptyppingar
Tuesday
21.09.2010 08:20:25 65.094 -16.233 6.2 km 0.7 99.0 5.9 km N of Upptyppingar
Tuesday
21.09.2010 08:18:53 65.100 -16.235 10.0 km 0.6 99.0 6.5 km N of Upptyppingar
Tuesday
21.09.2010 08:18:41 64.791 -17.188 7.2 km 0.5 99.0 1.5 km NE of Kistufell
Tuesday
21.09.2010 07:23:04 65.100 -16.234 8.8 km 0.2 99.0 6.5 km N of Upptyppingar
Tuesday
21.09.2010 06:08:05 65.078 -16.208 3.8 km -0.0 99.0 4.6 km NNE of Upptyppingar
Tuesday
21.09.2010 04:38:00 65.130 -16.406 7.8 km 0.5 99.0 4.8 km N of Herðubreiðartögl
Samtals skjálftar: 31



posted on Sep, 23 2010 @ 08:41 AM
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Ok, there were more EQ's in the same area since my post yesterday. There also was a mention about Grímsvötn possibly waking up on the Eruptions blog yesterday:

bigthink.com...

Here is the map of Iceland:



And here is the Grímsvötn area, including the 3.0 EQ that kicked off today:



And here is the the table list of additional EQ's since yesterday:

Thursday
23.09.2010 12:31:47 64.398 -17.347 2.9 km 1.7 63.21 3.6 km WSW of Grímsfjall
Thursday
23.09.2010 12:30:51 64.401 -17.312 2.9 km 3.0 90.03 1.9 km WSW of Grímsfjall
Thursday
23.09.2010 12:27:00 64.791 -17.179 3.2 km 1.9 90.02 1.8 km NE of Kistufell
Thursday
23.09.2010 10:11:10 65.067 -16.687 14.4 km 0.4 99.0 5.0 km NW of Dreki
Thursday
23.09.2010 07:48:06 64.699 -17.441 14.2 km 0.8 99.0 7.7 km NNE of Bárðarbunga
Thursday
23.09.2010 06:39:07 64.779 -17.190 10.0 km 0.7 99.0 0.9 km ESE of Kistufell
Thursday
23.09.2010 06:34:47 64.669 -17.304 8.5 km 1.0 99.0 11.1 km ENE of Bárðarbunga
Thursday
23.09.2010 06:15:37 64.777 -17.190 11.1 km 0.8 99.0 0.9 km ESE of Kistufell
Thursday
23.09.2010 06:08:05 64.776 -17.196 10.1 km 0.8 99.0 0.8 km SE of Kistufell
Thursday
23.09.2010 05:57:12 64.776 -17.205 8.2 km 1.5 99.0 0.6 km SSE of Kistufell
Thursday
23.09.2010 04:36:08 64.650 -17.528 13.9 km 1.3 99.0 1.0 km N of Bárðarbunga
Thursday
23.09.2010 02:30:19 64.683 -17.430 3.0 km 1.2 99.0 6.6 km NE of Bárðarbunga
Wednesday
22.09.2010 23:58:30 64.384 -17.343 0.9 km 1.4 36.68 4.0 km SW of Grímsfjall

What do you all think? And does anyone have any cams for that region?



posted on Sep, 24 2010 @ 12:33 PM
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From JohnSearch:

Friday 24th September 2010
Piton de la Fournaise Volcano, Reunion
A seismic crisis occurred at Piton de la Fournaise Volcano, Reunion on the evening of 23rd September. Several tens of earthquakes were located at the base of the summit area, in Dolomieu crater. The seismic crisis was associated with significant inflation (3 cm) of the volcano, especially near the summit. The data indicates that magma has moved towards the surface and an eruption is imminent. Access trails to the summit of Piton de la Fournaise, either from Pas de Bellecombe or from any other trails have been closed to the public from 24th September 2010 until further notice.
More on Piton de la Fournaise volcano...

Source



posted on Sep, 26 2010 @ 11:01 AM
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Two magnitude ~4 earthquakes near a Bardarbunga fissure (Loki-Fogrufjoll) might indicate a near eruption.

Don't confuse it with Laki, this is another volcanic system albeit in its vicinity because it's the center of the Icelandic hotspot. Either way, both Bardarbunga and Grimsvotn seem to present increase earthquake activity. Katla with more calm activity, and Askja also with increase activity.



posted on Sep, 26 2010 @ 11:29 AM
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There were 20 more EQ's so far today in that same area alone, all at varying depths.

en.vedur.is...=table



posted on Sep, 27 2010 @ 10:53 AM
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I started a new thread on Bardarbunga Volcano Here as activity continues.



posted on Sep, 27 2010 @ 11:10 AM
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Awesome!

Just posted some images over there for you.



posted on Oct, 1 2010 @ 03:15 PM
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A few quakes in the last 3 hrs to the west of Mt. Etna, don't know if its significant or not
2010-10-01 18:46:37.01hr 19min ago 37.75 N 14.79 E 30 ML 2.5 SICILY, ITALY
2010-10-01 17:10:59.02hr 55min ago 37.86 N 14.66 E 32 ML 2.5 SICILY, ITALY
2010-10-01 17:08:25.02hr 57min ago 37.85 N 14.66 E 35 ML 2.4 SICILY, ITALY
2010-10-01 17:04:34.03hr 01min ago 37.86 N 14.68 E 35 ML 2.3 SICILY, ITALY

www.emsc-csem.org...



posted on Oct, 3 2010 @ 01:04 PM
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MAP 4.8 2010/10/03 17:20:56 -6.594 105.040 74.5 SUNDA STRAIT, INDONESIA
close to Krakatau... 70KM



posted on Oct, 4 2010 @ 02:22 PM
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Absolutely Awesome video Here

The guy is daring to say the least. The power of earth.



posted on Oct, 4 2010 @ 02:25 PM
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WOW! Thanks for sharing that!

I just watched it with my kids and we were all sitting here with our mouths hanging wide open. Talk about the power of Nature!



posted on Oct, 15 2010 @ 11:45 AM
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An eruption began at Piton de la Fournaise volcano, Reunion at 7:10 pm (local time) on 14th October 2010. The eruption site was located at an elevation of 2000 m on the southern side of the volcano. The events have accelerated in the early afternoon. The seismic crisis (characterized by numerous earthquakes at the base of the volcano) began at 1:30 p.m.. It peaked at about 3 pm. A larger than average earthquake occurred at 2:50 pm, which resulted in collapse of the inner walls of Dolomieu crater. The seismic crisis, which reflects the rise of magma in the volcano edifice, has slowed after 3 pm. According to information provided by the Volcano Observatory, the eruption took place near the site known as "Château-Fort".

hisz.rsoe.hu...



posted on Oct, 16 2010 @ 02:41 AM
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Next is either Bardarbunga, Grimsvotn or Katla in Iceland.
Or El Reventador in Ecuador,close to Quito.
All are showing significant of magma movement under the volcano.
edit on 16-10-2010 by segurelha because: (no reason given)



posted on Oct, 16 2010 @ 01:42 PM
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This is Mr. Lee teacher, now in retirement, who brought out the soar and lunar eclipse method to predict earthquakes and volcanic eruptions on the SIFI Channel "Sightings" in 1997 & 1998.

I'm predicting an eruption of Halemaumau crater at the Hawaii Volcano's National Park around the end of October the beginning of November. The stating time would be around October 21, 2010 with a swarm of hundreds of swarms of small seismic events at Kilauea crater; Halemaumau on the Big Island of Hawaii.
These events will lead up to an eruption and lava filling up this crater by November 2010 and moving East ward to Hilo the capital city on the Big Island of Hawaii. The lava will make its way to Hilo Bay around December 25, 2010 if not stopped. There is only one way to stop this flow.

signed,

Michael Kumukauoha Lee



posted on Oct, 16 2010 @ 01:44 PM
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Misspelled Solar eclipse. sorry



posted on Oct, 16 2010 @ 02:37 PM
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I welcomed you on the EQ thread, but I will do it here too! It is an honor to have you here at ATS and I look forward to your knowledge and input.

Your prediction is definately cause for concern and I imagine would be quite catastrophic. Could you maybe explain the potential damage and also what method you refer to for stopping the lava flow??

Thanks in advance...

*****

In reference to Iceland...I haven't been following this very close lately. Are there really true indicators to something happening soon now?



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