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  • 81. Grimsvotn_status_2010-11-04_IES_IMO

    frequency tremor indicative of volcanic activity. Earthquakes: Since yesterday evening, four earthquakes ranging in size from magnitude 0.7 to 1.2 have been detected at Grímsvötn. GPS deformation: No change; see status report from 01 November 2010. Overall assessment: During the last 24 hours, tremor levels at seismic station 'grf' have declined considerably. Discharge measurements /media/vatnafar/flod/Grimsvotn_status_2010-11-04_IES_IMO.pdf
  • 82. Sea ice in December 2010

    was closest to land 21.7 nm from Horn, 25.3 nm from Straumnes and 43.6 nm from Barði. The tongue which stretched eastwards, north of Iceland, was scattered. Only towards the west, the ice was quite dense. Large icebergs were seen in the area. On the 10th, IMO issued a warning saying that the ice edge might move closer to land in the next 24 hrs. The Coast Guard did an ice survey flight on the 12th /sea-ice/monthly/2010/nr/2347
  • 83. The crater at Grímsvötn

    News Grímsvötn eruption: evening flight at Tuesday 24 May 2011 from 20:30 to 21:00 hrs. 1 /about-imo/news/nr/2188/
  • 84. A new weather radar in the East

    water droplets evaporate while falling. Combined images are also presented on IMO's web. There, the radar images are combined with a thermal image from the weather satellite Meteosat-9, which belongs to EUMETSAT. Panoramic view from Teigsbjarg by Richard Yeo, 24 April 2012. News /about-imo/news/nr/2528/
  • 85. Eyjafjallajokull_status_2010-05-10_IES_IMO

    plume: Height (a.s.l.): ~5 km / 17,000 ft but sometimes shoots up to 6 km / 20,000 ft. Heading: Southeast. Low level winds are variable. Colour: Grey / light gray. Tephra fallout: Ashfall reported at Drangshlíð and Skarðshlíð almost continuously for the last 24 hours. The ash is rather coarse, estimated by the farmers to be ~2-3 mm. Lightning: No lightning has been detected on instruments over /media/jar/Eyjafjallajokull_status_2010-05-10_IES_IMO.pdf
  • 86. Eyjafjallajokull_status_2010-05-15_IES_IMO

    on the ATDnet during the last 24 hours. Noises: No reports. Meltwater: Low water discharge at Gígjökull. Conditions at eruption site: No flight observations, but according to web cameras and instruments there are no major changes. Seismic tremor: Similar to previous week. Earthquakes: An earthquake swarm started beneath Eyjafjallajökull just before midnight. In the period between 23 /media/jar/Eyjafjallajokull_status_2010-05-15_IES_IMO.pdf
  • 87. Eyjafjallajokull_status_2010-05-16_IES_IMO

    Lightning: More than 150 lightning strikes were recorded on the ATDnet during the last 24 hours. From 8 am to 11 am this morning 54 lightning were detected. Noises: No reports. Meltwater: Low water discharge at Gígjökull. Conditions at eruption site: No flight observations, but according to web cameras and instruments there are no major changes. Seismic tremor: Similar to previous week /media/jar/Eyjafjallajokull_status_2010-05-16_IES_IMO.pdf
  • 88. norsem_giulia

    million m3 and it originated from the southeast margin of the inner caldera, triggering a large tsunami into the lake. The tsunami wave inundated the shores all around the lake, reaching up to 40 m elevation above the lake level. The seismic waves produced by the landslide were recorded by most of the IMO's seismic stations in Iceland and allowed to establish the onset time around 23:24 UTC. Events /media/norsem/norsem_giulia.pdf
  • 89. aerodrome_summaries_20140603

    AERODROME CLIMATOLOGICAL SUMMARY: BIEG - TABLE A..................... 20 AERODROME CLIMATOLOGICAL SUMMARY: BIEG - TABLE B ..................... 21 AERODROME CLIMATOLOGICAL SUMMARY: BIEG - TABLE C ..................... 22 AERODROME CLIMATOLOGICAL SUMMARY: BIEG - TABLE D..................... 24 AERODROME CLIMATOLOGICAL SUMMARY: BIEG - TABLE E ..................... 25 AERODROME CLIMATOLOGICAL /media/vedur/aerodrome_summaries_20140603.pdf
  • 90. VI_2013_006

    to the first recorded lightning. The number of lightning is given for the first 1‒24 hours of the eruption, from the eruption onset. Grímsvötn 2011 eruption stands out in the number of lightning as well as in the early lightning activity. Table 1. Number of lightning during volcanic eruptions in Iceland 1998‒2011. Eruption First Number of lightning Volcano initiation lightning <1h <3h /media/vedurstofan/utgafa/skyrslur/2013/VI_2013_006.pdf

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