Reykjanes peninsula earthquake swarm off the coast of Iceland

August 4, 2011 - ICELAND – It appears that an earthquake swarm has started on the Reykjanes Ridge. This earthquake swarm appears to have started with an earthquake that is ML3.6 to ML4.0 in size or larger. But I don’t think it is an Mb5.0 in size. On the earthquake list on the Icelandic Met Office web site there are several ghost earthquakes. -Jonfr
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2 Responses to Reykjanes peninsula earthquake swarm off the coast of Iceland

  1. luisport says:

    Thursday
    04.08.2011 10:35:35 64.011 -19.683 3.6 km 2.0 90.07 2.3 km NNW of Hekla In Johns blog they say Hekla is very near eruption. This earthquake is very interesting it seams it was right in caldera.

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