All quiet in Iceland at the moment

It has been quiet in Iceland, so quiet in fact that for 7-July-2013 there was only one earthquake recorded on the automatic SIL system. There were more earthquakes recorded on the manual review system that Icelandic Meteorological Office has.

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All quiet in Iceland. Copyright of this image belongs to Icelandic Meteorological Office.

I do not know how long this quiet time is going to last. Currently it is counting on around 4 weeks at the moment and it appears that the peak is today (so far). When this might change I do not know. I am using this quiet time to enjoy little bit of summer, even if I am broke (little to no money to use) at the moment.

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1 Response to All quiet in Iceland at the moment

  1. http://www.nrk.no/nordnytt/flomfaren-henger-over-usikret-bygd-1.11133221

    Its quiet on Iceland, but in Norway, we have had some action, sofar 7 jøkulhlaups in a short time 🙂
    Its not quite normal to have these in our parts of Norway, but as its been raining a lot and glaciers melts faster than usual it just have to happen,

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