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  • 1. Grimsvotn_status_2011-05-30_IES_IMO

    Since Thursday the tremor had been intermittent. Today, Monday 30 May, it has been confirmed by the participants of Iceland Glaciological Society's spring expedition that the eruption has ended. The end of the Grímsvötn eruption is set to 7 UTC Saturday morning 28 May 2011. /media/jar/Grimsvotn_status_2011-05-30_IES_IMO.pdf
  • 2. Update on Fagradalsfjall

    signal was detected around Fagradalsfjall, most likely due to magma withdrawal from a deep reservoir which was feeding the eruption.However, since the end of September, inflation has been detected on Reykjanes Peninsula (following the end of eruptive activity). The signal has been identified on both GNSS and InSAR observations and broadly correlates to the area that was deflating throughout /about-imo/news/update-on-fagradalsfjall
  • 3. News

    Participants of EUMETNET steering meeting in Reykjavik, 28-29 May 2008. Director general of IMO, Magnus Jonsson, is at the right end of the row. News 2021 2020 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 /about-imo/news/bigimg/1302
  • 4. Trausti_Jonsson_(IMO,_Ice)

    of large natural events in the 1960s and early 1970s showed that this line of thought was at the best wrong, but possibly also dangerous. Since then the need for natural hazard management in the broad sense has become more and more obvious in Iceland. The assessment of Icelandic natural hazards fit very well into the frame proposed by the WMO at the end of the International Decade for Natural /media/loftslag/Trausti_Jonsson_(IMO,_Ice).pdf
  • 5. norsem_gunnar

    by the SIL system in 2015 was about 24000 and about 17000 in 2016, end of September. Following the seismicity from south to north, the northern most part of the Reykjanes ridge had large seismic swarms in June and July 2015. The largest earthquake in the swarms occurred on 1 July and had a magnitude Mlw5.0. Reykjanes peninsula had occasionally some small swarms, mainly at the tip of the peninsula /media/norsem/norsem_gunnar.pdf
  • 6. The eruption has come to an end

    The eruption has come to an end The volcanic eruption in Holuhraun lasted six months 15.3.2015 The volcanic eruption in Holuhraun has come to an END, see a declaration from /about-imo/news/nr/3097
  • 7. Earthquake sequence offshore North Iceland

    Earthquake sequence offshore North Iceland 22.10.2012 An earthquake sequence at the southern end of the Eyjafjarðaráll graben has been ongoing since Saturday 20 October /about-imo/news/nr/2555
  • 8. End of eruption - photos

    WarningCivil protection´s uncertainty phase is in force in Seyðisfjördur due to risk of landslides. More Articles End of eruption - photos No glow, no new magma /earthquakes-and-volcanism/articles/nr/3099
  • 9. Glaciers in Iceland

    balance and crustal movements induced by glacier changes in recent years.Since 2000, the area of Iceland's glaciers has reduced by more than 600 km2, and by ca. 2000 km2 from the end of the 19th century when the glaciers reached their maximum extent since the country was settled in the 9th century CE. The glacier area has on average been reduced by ca. 40 km2 annually in recent years /about-imo/news/glaciers-in-iceland-continue-to-retreat
  • 10. Photos of the ice cauldrons at Bárðarbunga

    information on the volume of the lava field in Holuhraun is not as accurate as the information on the subsidence of Bárðarbunga. These assumptions must be viewed with caution. It is entirely possible that the eruption will end sooner than predicted above. It is also possible that the eruption could become stable and go on for years, but with a greatly reduced magma flow rate. An eruption /earthquakes-and-volcanism/articles/nr/3076

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