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  • 51. Factsheet_Bardarbunga_20140917

    caldera continues with the rate of about 50 cm over the last 24 hours.  Seismic activity has been rather intensive over the last 24 hours. Yesterday 7 earthquakes larger then M3,0 were detected in Bardarbunga. The biggest were M5,4 and M4,8 last night. Smaller earthquakes were detected in Dyngjujokull glacier and in north part of the dyke.  GPS monitoring show irregularity in in the crustal /media/jar/myndsafn/Factsheet_Bardarbunga_20140917.pdf
  • 52. Observations -

    .. Observations from weather station Details about the station Forecast for station 12 h 6 days Graphs - 24 hours Graphs - week Manual observations are made by employees /weather/observations/areas/
  • 53. Minor jökulhlaup in Skaftá

    in Skaftá a small glacial outburst flood 8.9.2016 During the last 24 hours, the level of the Skaftá river at Sveinstindur has risen significantly. These observations suggest that a glacial outburst flood (jökulhlaup) is in progress.It is likely that the flood /about-imo/news/minor-jokulhlaup-in-skafta
  • 54. Flood subsiding

    subsiding Warning due to flooding - update 27.2.2013 In accordance with yesterday's forecast, the Ölfusá river reached a maximum discharge of about 1,300 cubic metres per second at 07:30 UTC today. During the last 24 hours, over 17 mm of rainfall has been recorded /about-imo/news/nr/2662
  • 55. Seismic activity still great

    those described above, have occurred in Bárðarbunga, where the activity started. This is the same pattern as during previous days. The highest magnitude during the last 24 hours was about 3.8, measured at 23:38 last night (20th August). In addition to the news Additional material on the web, now available in English, can be found through links on the long banner at the top of our front page /about-imo/news/nr/2951
  • 56. Warning - high winds

    in the afternoon. Decreasing wind and precipitation tomorrow evening and night, least though in Vestfirðir, the West fjords. 24 February 2015 at16:26 Meteorologists on duty Teitur Arason and Haraldur Eiríksson News 2022 2021 2020 2019 2018 /about-imo/news/nr/3090
  • 57. Floods in the Southeast and East fjords

    Their discharge has grown by a factor of ten within 24 hours. The discharge of Geithellnaá was over 480 m3/s at noon 28th Dec., probably the greastest since 1971. The older maximum was 454 m3/s 31.10.1980. The discharge of Fossá has now exceeded 220 m3/s. The last time it exceeded 200 m3/s was 29.12.2006 but the Fossá river maximum also occurred 31.10.1980, i.e. 395 m3/s. River discharge /about-imo/news/nr/3253
  • 58. Storm in the North and calmer in the East

    in the North and calmer in the East The low pressure now north of Iceland 30.12.2015 The low is now north of Iceland and wind has started to decrease in the east. See frequently updated maps with wind forecast on our English web. Forecast for next 24 hrs Storm /about-imo/news/nr/3258
  • 59. Avalanche notices last 10 days

    Region Number Faxaflói0Breiðafjörður1West fjords25North West0North East14Eastern coastal area0East fjords0South East 0South0Central highlands0 Total:40 Last 24 hours Region /avalanches/notifications/
  • 60. Web-pages related to the Grímsvötn eruption 2011

    24 May Ash plume and ligtnings - news 22 May Eruption has started in Grímsvötn - news 21 May The map below shows various reported ash fall 21 - 25 May 2011. Grímsvötn volcanic site in red. A time-lapse video from Jón Helgason shows volcanic ash approaching Reykjavík 22 May 2011 /earthquakes-and-volcanism/volcanic-eruptions/grimsvotn-2011/

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