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Originally posted by JanusFIN
I thought I was in very booring confrence sitting here, but looking that foggy picture and a smal black point in middle of of that grey picture... That we can say its boring!
If we have info from earhquakes - a link from those and explanation why its not normal is needed.
In the past 1,000 years, all three known eruptions of Eyjafjallajökull have triggered subsequent Katla eruptions.
The volcano normally erupts every 40–80 years. At the peak of an eruption in 1755 the flood discharge has been estimated at 200,000–400,000 m³/s (7.1-14.1 million cu ft/sec); for comparison, the combined average discharge of the Amazon, Mississippi, Nile, and Yangtze rivers is about 266,000 m³/s (9.4 million cu ft/sec).
La Femina said that Katla historically erupts in the VEI 3 to 4 range.
Originally posted by Mystic Technician
Its been getting ready to blow for a while and will most likely keep getting ready for a while still so don't hold your breath for it just yet.