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A single magnitude 3,5 earthquake has happened off the coast of Siglufjörður village. At the moment this is the only earthquake that has been detected so far. The earthquake off the coast of Siglufjörður village (green star). Copyright of this … Continue reading →

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Categories: earthquakes, tfz

Today (14-June-2018) a large earthquake swarm happened in Bárðarbunga volcano. Largest earthquake had a magnitude of 4,9 (at 15:05 UTC) and this is the strongest earthquake since January. Other magnitudes where 4,1 (at 13:04 UTC), magnitude 3,3 (at 13:25 UTC), … Continue reading →

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Categories: bárðarbunga, earthquakes, magma, monitoring, swarm, volcano

I don’t write many articles about Tindfjallajökull volcano. This is because as a volcano Tindfjallajökull volcano has spent its last ~12.000 years being quiet. The earthquake activity in Tindfjallajökull volcano (yellow/red dot). Copyright of this image belongs to Icelandic Met … Continue reading →

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Categories: earthquakes, monitoring, tindfjallajökull, volcano

Glacier flood has started from Grímsvötn volcano. This glacier flood is expected to be small like last few flood that have happened. At this moment I am not expecting an eruption from Grímsvötn volcano. If an eruption does happen I … Continue reading →

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Categories: glacier flood, grímsvötn / grímsfjall, monitoring, volcano

Yesterday (29-May-2018) there was a minor increase in earthquake activity in Öræfajökull volcano. The increase in earthquake activity was mostly in line with what has been happening in recent months. The earthquake activity in Öræfajökull volcano. Copyright of this image … Continue reading →

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Categories: earthquakes, magma, monitoring, öræfajökull, swarm, volcano





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San Jose Earthquakes midfielder Vako Qazaishvili (11) battles Minnesota United midfielder Darwin Quintero (25) for the ball in the first half on Saturday, May 12, 2018, at TCF Bank Stadium in Minneapolis. The Earthquakes won, 3-1. (Anthony Souffle/Minneapolis Star Tribune/TNS) On March 3rd, the Earthquakes won their first home game of the season against Minnesota United. 70 Days later they won their second game, and first road game of the season, once again against Minnesota United. “Sometimes...

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Chris Wondolowski once again started the game on the bench for San Jose. (Carlos Avila Gonzalez / The Chronicle) San Jose allowed three early goals to visiting DC United and fell 3-1 on Saturday night at Avaya Stadium. “We gave away three goals,” said Quakes midfielder Magnus Eriksson. “We gave away the initiative of the game. We’ll have to look ourselves in the mirror now because there is nobody else to blame. It was ourselves.” “A lot of the goals came from self-inflicted wounds,” added...

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A 3.5-magnitude earthquake shook the Bay Area on Monday night but there were no immediate reports of damage. The earthquake, which occurred at 7:18 p.m., was centered two miles east-northeast of Oakland, the U.S. Geological Survey reported. BART trains were delayed for 10 minutes to allow for track inspection before service was resumed. Lisa Helfend, who lives near Lake Temescal in the Oakland hills, said she bolted from her living room sofa...

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New research may help future work in early warning systems for earthquakes. Scientists found evidence for accelerating activity before a 2016 earthquake in a laterally moving fault zone in central Alaska including a process that has previously only been seen in laboratory experiments.

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The short-term losses people suffer when natural disasters strike can turn into long-term poverty if reconstruction policies don't consider how people are going to make a living.

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A new study uses previously unavailable data to confirm a correlation between the movement of plate tectonics on the Earth's surface, the flow of mantle above the Earth's core and the rate of reversal of the Earth's magnetic field, which has long been hypothesized.

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