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Originally posted by jazz10
reply to post by Catch_a_Fire
Looks that way. How can we get previous dated pics incase im way off here. Im sure there were small streams of water from the ice running across the whole base, now seems to be well,dry?
Update on activity
Eruption in Eyjafjallajökull, Iceland Assessment
7 June 2010 14:40
Some eruptive activity is still in the western side of the crater. Magma explosions occur off and on producing ash, which falls near the crater. This explosive activity is accompanied by an abrupt increase in tremor.
White steam clouds have reached a height of 6 km following these explosions.
We continue to monitor the volcano closely.
In the western part of the crater, a new crater has formed at the site of explosive activity.
Tremor pulses late 6 June accompanied steam plumes from this new crater. The plumes and explosions are small. Caving in of lava in the conduit can be heard between explosions.
Only a part of the new active crater has been seen due to the steam.
The glacial ice at the top is advancing rapidly to the Gígjökull outlet glacier.
In the afternoon of 4 June an increase in seismic tremor was recorded at seismic stations around the volcano, but decreased again in the evening.
Small pulses of tremor were recorded off and on during the night. At around 0900h on 5 June the tremor reached a maximum before decreasing again. An increase was recorded late 6 June for a short time and small pulses were recorded last night. The tremor has been predominantly at high frequencies.
A few small, shallow earthquakes have been recorded beneath the top crater in the last few days.
Originally posted by berkeleygal
A lake has formed in the crater - 11 June 2010 19:00
It's very cool.
[edit on 12-6-2010 by berkeleygal]
Originally posted by Essan
We may need a new thread soon. For Katya. Earthquake activity seems to be on the rise ....