Mt. Thorbjorn volcano (Reykjanes peninsula, Iceland) activity update: seismic unrest continues; one earthquake recorded
Mon, 2 Mar 2020, 10:4810:48 AM | BY: MARTIN
The Icelandic Met Office (IMO) recorded on 1 March at 18:58 local time an earthquake with magnitude M 2.5 detected near Kleifarvatn. Several earthquakes have been located in the area yesterday. Earthquakes are common in the area.
Earthquakes during the last 24 hours at the Reykjanes peninsula (image: IMO)
The ongoing seismic swarm is decreasing since 15 February. About 700 earthquakes have been detected in the area since then.
IMO warns about CO2 emissions reached hazardous levels and low levels of O2 that were measured at the cave (popular for hikers) in the Eldvörp area on the Reykjanes Peninsula on 20 February.
Source: Icelandic Met Office volcano activity update 2 March 2020
Mon, 24 Feb 2020, 08:15
Mt. Thorbjorn volcano (Reykjanes peninsula, Iceland) activity update: ongoing seismic swarm; emissions detected in a popular tourist cave
The Icelandic Met Office (IMO) reported that the CO2 emissions reached hazardous levels and low levels of O2 were measured at the cave (popular for hikers) in the Eldvörp area on the Reykjanes Peninsula on 20 February. ... Read all
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Reykjanes volcano (Iceland) - Smithsonian / USGS Weekly Volcanic Activity Report for 19 February-25 February 2020 (New Activity / Unrest)
On 25 February IMO reported that seismic activity at Reykjanes, in an area N of the town of Grindavík, had significantly decreased during the previous few days, and inflation was not detected in GPS and InSAR data. The Aviation Color Code was lowered to Green. Preliminary data suggested a small deflation signal beginning mid-February, though further analysis was needed for confirmation. ... Read all