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Tópico em 'Sismologia e Vulcanismo' iniciado por guisilva5000 1 Jan 2019 às 17:14.
*Volcano watch* Iceland’s mighty Hekla and Grimsvotn volcanoes show elevated activity, raising concerns for an eruption!
“the Icelandic Met Office alerted both Department of Civil Protection and Emergency Management as well as Isavia, the company which operates Keflavík International Airport.”
Cerca de 1200 sismos registados na Islândia, perto do vulcão Askja, desde 7 de Novembro.
No entanto, o mais provável é que sejam de origem tectónica:
The earthquake swarm, that started the 7th of November just east of Askja volcano, is still ongoing. This morning (13.11) at 7:30 an event of M3.1 occurred east of Askja. Around 1200 earthquakes have been recorded in the area since the swarm started. The largest earthquake was M3.4 and occurred on the 9th of November. No volcanic tremor and deformation have been detected in the area. This swarm is likely due to tectonic activity. Earthquake swarms occur regularly around Herðubreið and Askja. IMO is monitoring the activity 24/7.
Written by a specialist at 13 Nov 13:36 GMT
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