Nonstop seismic activity taking place at both locations (both Bárðarbunga and Askja),
Two Iceland volcanoes now acting up
“Hard to Explain what Happened if not Caused by an Eruption”
Britain could endure years of super-cold winters and miserable summers if the Bardarbunga volcano erupts, says this article by Nathan Rao.
Iceland lowers warning code from red to orange – No sub-glacial eruption after all.
Dyngjujokull eruption begins – It’s all subglacial for now
The Bardarbunga volcano caldera lies under a 700-meter-thick ice cover,
More than 3,000 small earthquakes in Iceland since Saturday
Iceland’s Met Office has raised its risk level for an eruption at Bardarbunga volcano to orange, the second-highest level.
Might indicate a sub-glacial eruption, but this needs confirmation.