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Bardarbunga volcano update: Eruption continues - status update

So, 31. Aug 2014, 13:56
13:56 PM | VON: T
According to IMO, "the new eruption started in Holuhraun shortly after 04 AM, on the same volcanic fissure, which erupted earlier this week. The fissure is estimated to be 1,5 km long.
"...Fewer earthquakes seem to follow the event than in the previous eruption, but more lava is being extruded.
At 07 AM the lava flow was around 1 km wide and 3 km long towards northeast. The thickness was estimated a few meters, the flow about 1000 m3 pr second.
Approximately 500 earthquakes were detected in the area and smaller than before. The strongest earthquake, M3.8 was in the Bárðarbunga caldera. Poor weather conditions prevail in the area, which makes detection of smaller earthquakes difficult.
GPS measurements show continued movements north of Dyngjujökull."
"Gas emissions rise to a few hundred meters above the fissure.
Weather conditions make it difficult to follow the progression of the eruption, but scientists are in the area, using every opportunity to acquire information on gas and lava outflow." (IMO status update)

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So, 31. Aug 2014, 07:07
View of the eruptive fissure this morning (Mila webcam 2)
A new eruptive phase has started at the same fissure that had been briefly active Friday morning. ... Read all
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Bárdarbunga Vulkan: Nachrichten

Bardarbunga volcano update: Eruption continues - status update

So, 31. Aug 2014, 13:56
13:56 PM | VON: T
According to IMO, "the new eruption started in Holuhraun shortly after 04 AM, on the same volcanic fissure, which erupted earlier this week. The fissure is estimated to be 1,5 km long.
"...Fewer earthquakes seem to follow the event than in the previous eruption, but more lava is being extruded.
At 07 AM the lava flow was around 1 km wide and 3 km long towards northeast. The thickness was estimated a few meters, the flow about 1000 m3 pr second.
Approximately 500 earthquakes were detected in the area and smaller than before. The strongest earthquake, M3.8 was in the Bárðarbunga caldera. Poor weather conditions prevail in the area, which makes detection of smaller earthquakes difficult.
GPS measurements show continued movements north of Dyngjujökull."
"Gas emissions rise to a few hundred meters above the fissure.
Weather conditions make it difficult to follow the progression of the eruption, but scientists are in the area, using every opportunity to acquire information on gas and lava outflow." (IMO status update)

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So, 31. Aug 2014, 07:07
View of the eruptive fissure this morning (Mila webcam 2)
A new eruptive phase has started at the same fissure that had been briefly active Friday morning. ... Read all
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