Category Archives: Greenland sea

Overview of the earthquake activity in Iceland of the last few days

Over the past few days it has been quiet in Iceland. There hasn’t been overall lot happening. Biggest earthquake activity that is currently taking place is happening around 340 km north of Kolbeinsey Island (it’s a tiny Island, with nothing … Continue reading

Posted in Bárðarbunga, Earthquakes, Greenland sea, Iceland, Katla / Mýrdalsjökull, Monitoring, Reykjanes Ridge | 9 Comments

Two earthquakes larger then magnitude 3,0 close to Jan Mayen

Today (1-September-2015) two earthquakes happened close to Jan Mayen (around 360 km away from Iceland). Those earthquakes are possibly part of larger swarm in the area, but due to distance from Iceland Met Office seismic network it is difficult to … Continue reading

Posted in Earthquakes, Greenland sea, Jan Mayen, Swarm | 4 Comments