Strong earthquake swarm at Bárðarbunga volcano

“This earthquake activity suggests that pressure is increasing fast inside the volcano.” – Jón Frimann

19 Nov 2016- A strong earthquake swarm took place in Bárðarbunga volcano early this morning, says Jón Frímann on his website.

“(It was) the strongest earthquake swarm in Bárðarbunga volcano for a long time,” said Frimann.

Thanks to Andrew Stranglen for this link

5 thoughts on “Strong earthquake swarm at Bárðarbunga volcano”

  1. When I said I was glad the earthquake in Japan was offshore again, I was referring to a similar magnitude earthquake from the week previous that was also offshore, not any tragic events from many years ago.

    Also, not sure what my problem was a few days ago. Just read that they weren’t expecting any effects from the Supermoon that hadn’t happened for 70 years, that’s all.

    Take care

  2. I was on the 9th floor during the Singapore quake two or so weeks ago. It was the type where the room vibrates and you hear a sound like a train passing a few streets away. Then a few days later I felt the quake near Merapi volcano which was a small lurch to the West which ended immediately.

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