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On May 17, 2010 08:32 UTC, The Iceland Met office indicates that a small earthquake has occurred at the Katla location. In what could be an early indication of the event that is expected to occur (an eruption of Katla), a small earthquake is reported at the site. Although a single earthquake is not a precursor of an eminent eruption, it could be the first ’sigh’ of the awakening powerful giant.
Originally posted by PuterMan
reply to post by ickylevel
Uh-Oh, Another Katla thread
Do we really need a new thread each time a minor earthquake goes off in isolation, or someone mistakenly identifies a puff of steam?
Until you see reasonable size earthquakes in reasonable quantities, don't make a thread - use the various long running ones that are made for the purpose.