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  • 21. Photos from Grímsvötn eruption

    thicknesses varying from 10 to 130 cm. Vilhjálmur S. Kjartansson: Across Tungnaá river Vilhjálmur S. Kjartansson: Weather station T6 at Tungnaárjökull Vilhjálmur S. Kjartansson Vilhjálmur S. Kjartansson Vilhjálmur S. Kjartansson Vilhjálmur S. Kjartansson: Surveillance seems to support the conclusion that little or no melt water has been added during this eruptive phase at Grímsvötn /earthquakes-and-volcanism/articles/nr/2185
  • 22. Eyjafjallajokull_status_2010-04-29_IES_IMO

    a peak discharge of 250 m3 s–1 two hours later at the bridge. Both yesterday and today, mean discharge from Gígjökull was 130–150 m3 s–1, which is higher than in previous days. The electrical conductivity of Krossá and Steinholtsá remains high (see report from 28 April for details). Conditions at eruption site: Airborne radar surveys from TF-SIF show a well-formed crater. Lava /media/jar/Eyjafjallajokull_status_2010-04-29_IES_IMO.pdf
  • 23. Factsheet_Bardarbunga_20141212

    near the edges of the lava field.  Seismic activity in Bardarbunga continues to be strong. The strongest earthquake since noon on Wednesday, 10. December, was magnitude M4,6 yesterday at 12:40 on the northern rim of the caldera. About 15 earthquakes larger then M4,0 were detected since Wednesday and about 20 earthquakes between M3,0-4,0. In total about 130 earthquakes were detected /media/jar/Factsheet_Bardarbunga_20141212.pdf
  • 24. Factsheet_Bardarbunga_20150203

    activity in Bardarbunga continues to be strong. Five earthquakes between M4.0-4.6 were detected since the last meeting of the Advisory Board on Friday. The strongest one was measured M4.6 yesterday at 21:35. About 10 earthquakes between magnitudes M3.0-3.9 were detected over the period. In total around 130 earthquakes were detected around the caldera since last Friday, or between 20 and 30 per day /media/jar/Factsheet_Bardarbunga_20150203.pdf
  • 25. Factsheet_Bardarbunga_20141015

    University of Iceland along with representatives from the Icelandic Civil Protection, the Environment Agency of Iceland, and the Directorate of Health. Main points  Volcanic eruption in Holuhraun  Air quality  Scenarios Notes  During last week the eruption continues at a similar intensity and with similar lava flow.  Around 130 earthquakes have been measured in Bardarbunga over /media/jar/Factsheet_Bardarbunga_20141015.pdf
  • 26. Factsheet_Bardarbunga_20141029

    University of Iceland along with representatives from the Icelandic Civil Protection and the Environmental Agency of Iceland. Main points  Volcanic eruption in Holuhraun  Air quality  Scenarios Notes  The volcanic eruption in Holuhraun continues with similar intensity.  Seismic activity in Bardarbunga continues to be strong. 130 earthquakes have been detected in the caldera over /media/jar/Factsheet_Bardarbunga_20141029.pdf
  • 27. Factsheet_Bardarbunga_20141112

    M4,0 and M5,0 were detected over the period. From noon on Monday the total number of earthquakes was around 130.  Very few smaller earthquakes were detected in the dyke and at the eruption site in Holuhraun.  An earthquake swarm was detected in Tungnafellsjokll glacier yesterday. The biggest earthquake was at 10:07 of magnitude M2,8.  The subsidence of the Bardarbunga caldera continues /media/jar/Factsheet_Bardarbunga_20141112.pdf
  • 28. Reports and publications

    Stefánsson, Barði Þorkelsson 16 0,2 2004 PREPARED - first periodic report February 1, 2003 - January 31, 2004 (PDF) Ragnar Stefánsson et al. 130 7,9 2004 PREPARED - Management and resource usage summary - Months 13-18: February - July 31, 2004 (PDF) Ragnar Stefánsson, Barði Þorkelsson 17 0,9 2003 Seismicity in Iceland 2002 (PDF) Bergþóra S. Þorbjarnardóttir, Gunnar B /earthquakes-and-volcanism/reports-and-publications/
  • 29. Update on volcanic activity in Grímsvötn

    since yesterday. Explosions continue, only affecting the area around the crater. 26 May 2011 - 14:45 Yesterday, a group walked towards the eruptive site. Surveillance revealed much ash west and south of Grímsvötn. A few measurements, at locations where the ice was completely covered, gave ash thicknesses varying from 10 to 130 cm. Photo by Vilhjálmur Kjartansson, 25. maí 2011: 25 May 2011 - 18 /earthquakes-and-volcanism/articles/nr/2180
  • 30. Bardarbunga_kafli20140825

    tephra (km3): Max: ~10 km3 Fallout beyond 1000 km: At least one in last 1100 years Tephra <63µm at 30 km ~5% Bulk volume lava (km3): Max: >20 km3 Longest lava flow: >130 km Gas emissions, sulphur: Significant to large depending on magma volume, max known 150 Mt SO2 Seismic characteristics Quiet between eruptions except for the region 10-15 km north of the caldera. No information on previous /media/jar/Bardarbunga_kafli20140825.pdf

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