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Im thinking my prediction is going to be a reality, with the country being live with action these last months and now all of the sudden Esjufjöll starts rumbeling followed by a spike of quakes on the ridge, then the country quiets down and now we have quakes at Torfajökull next to Hekla and quakes up north of Hofsjökull and Langjökull wich has been quiet since Hekla erupted back in 2000. The area almost hasn´t had any quakes in the last 15 years exept for after the Hengill region went berserk after Hekla went off, if the area has had any quakes it has been 1-2 small ones. But now it´s suddenly live with action with 20 quakes all ranging from 2-3 in the last couple of hours.
The "end" of the Eyjafjallajökull Eruption: In all the hubbub about Merapi and the eruptions in Kamchatka, I almost missed that the scientists at the University of Iceland Institute of Earth Science has declared the eruption at Eyjafjallajökull "over". Ármann Höskuldsson warned that this does not mean that the volcano could resume erupting in the future, but rather that this eruptive period is done. One odd fact in the story: the total ash emitted was ~300-400 million tonnes.
Originally posted by Catch_a_Fire
I noticed this at the start last night, was almost twitching to post something but i got that feeling where i'd be told 'everything is normal, nothing to see here'. Since the eyja' eruption ive watched Iceland quite closely and even i can see theres an increase of activity, even if the worlds seismic monitors are a little crazy after Indonesia.
We've had 3 steady swarms in the past week, 2 at reykjanes ridge and now we're seeing one in this region tell me people is this really 'normal'.
Originally posted by berkeleygal
reply to post by Anmarie96
y know, Laki is very close to there.
I have read some scary threads tonight and I'm spooked.
It's probably linked to some water melting/flow beneath the surface generating these above normal 2-4 Hz tremors. This would fit with the news we are reading since a couple of hours/days.