Earthquake swarm north of Geysir continues

Earthquake swarm north of Geysir volcano (this is a minor volcano) continues, with breaks. Largest earthquake in last few days had the magnitude of 3,2 and was felt on nearby farms.

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Earthquake activity north of Geysir volcano in the last 48 hours. Copyright of this image belongs to Icelandic Met Office.

New earthquake swarms more west than current one have also been appearing, so far the earthquake activity has not lasted more than few hours before stopping again. Earthquake activity is common in this area, larger earthquake swarms do happen in this area every few years.

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2 Responses to Earthquake swarm north of Geysir continues

  1. Cementboy says:

    @Jón

    Are you writing in your last post about the new view of the first picture of “Vefmyndavélar á Vaðöldu” @ http://vefmyndavelar.mogt.is/ ?

    • No, this was a statement by Icelandic Met Office. I am waiting for clarification on what that is.

      Please keep Bárðarbunga volcano comments in Bárðarbunga volcano articles.

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