The eruption seems to be dormant today. There is still a considerable
amount of steam coming from the crater, but no ash can be seen in it.
The tremor is still higher than before the onset of the eruption,
especially in the frequency band 1 – 2 Hz, but that might be due to the
Será que é desta que o vulcão volta a adormecer?
Assessment 24 May 2010 15:00
There is still a considerable amount of steam coming from the crater, but no ash can be seen in it. According to a web camera, the steam plume reaches 2 km/6600ft (a.s.l.). Due to light northerly wind, it is heading south.
Conditions at the eruption site are similar to yesterday, estimated through a webcamera. Earthquake activity has decreased since yesterday; only one earthquake has been recorded since midnight. The eruption seems to be dormant.
However, tremor is still higher than before the onset of the eruption, especially in the frequency band 1-2 Hz.
Enquanto ele permanece agora calmo, porque não rever e contemplar alguma da sua beleza?
Time-lapses feitos entre 1 e 2 de Maio.
Dá mesmo vontade de ir até lá.
Iceland, EyjafjallajÃ¶kull - May 1st and 2nd, 2010 on Vimeo
O Katla tem estado mais activo nos últimos dias em termos de eventos sísmicos. Vamos ver se é passageiro.
Pelo contrário o Eyjafjallajökull tem estado calmo