Category Archives: Frost quakes

Bárðarbunga volcano earthquake swarm (Week 01 2016)

Current earthquake activity in Bárðarbunga volcano is going to be a regular feature until next eruption. Due to that I won’t write about all the earthquakes that happens, just when a magnitude 3,0 or larger earthquakes take place. … Continue reading

Posted in Bárðarbunga, Dyke intrusions, Earthquakes, Frost quakes, Hamarinn, Hekla, Inflation, Magma, Monitoring, Swarm, Volcano | 6 Comments

Frost quakes in Iceland highland

At the moment there is a lot of frost quake activity in the Icelandic highlands. This happens because of the cold weather that is in Iceland at the moment. Some of the frost quakes have decent quality in … Continue reading

Posted in Frost quakes | 2 Comments

Something odd is going on at Krýsuvík volcano [speculation]

Please note! What goes below here are speculations based on what I am observing. Nothing might happen, but then again something might happen. We just have to wait and see what happens when it comes down to it. … Continue reading

Posted in Frost quakes, Krýsuvík, Speculation, Volcano | 28 Comments

Frost earthquakes around Eyjafjallajökull volcano and Mýrdalsjökull

Over the last few hours it has been getting cold. The frost has been getting down to -10C and even colder in the higher areas. This has started a interesting events that takes place in Iceland (this might … Continue reading

Posted in Eyjafjallajökull, Frost quakes, Katla / Mýrdalsjökull | 63 Comments