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Earthquake swarm in Katla volcano

"Map really lit up today"
 

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17 Jun 11 - "The Icelandic earthquake map is really lit up today, with quite a few quakes at Katla!" says reader Bradley Haythornthwaite. "I think she is going to blow very soon! Could be interesting what happens this winter in Europe if she blows in the next couple of months."

http://en.vedur.is/earthquakes-and-volcanism/earthquakes/myrdalsjokull/

http://www.jonfr.com/volcano/?p=1062

http://en.vedur.is/earthquakes-and-volcanism/earthquakes/
Thanks to Bradley Haythornthwaite, Steven Rowlandson and Thomas Loher for these links
 

I see about 12 earthquakes at Katla in the past 24 hours, which I don't think yet rates a great amount of concern. But still, as Steven puts it, "it's worth a peek." - Robert


With an area of about 227 sq miles (590 sq km), the Myrdalsjokull is the fourth largest glacier in Iceland. Katla volcano lies beneath the glacier. The ice in Katla's caldera is hundreds of meters thick.

Just west of Myrdalsjokull lies the much smaller Eyjafjallajokull glacier with 19 sq miles (50 sq km).


 

 

 



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