Iceland’s Katla volcano stirred by another flurry of tremors

November 12, 2011ICELAND – A series of tremors have erupted under the Mýrdalsjökull glacier which sits over the restless Katla volcano. There were double 3.0 magnitude earthquakes followed by a 2.9 magnitude tremor. The volcano has been showing steady signs of uneasiness since April of this year- though geologists caution against any fears of an impending eruptions, adding that Katla is one of the most closely monitored volcanoes in the world. –The Extinction Protocol
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4 Responses to Iceland’s Katla volcano stirred by another flurry of tremors

  1. Tom Stack says:

    The earth’s core seems to be heating up and the number of volcanoes on alert or are erupting continues to rise. I believe the volcanoes are our greatest threat. The sun and earthquakes are right up there too! But if we get a few of these big volcanoes going off near the same time, we will all be in trouble. Disappointed in the pepsi commercial. That stuff is poison!


  2. luisport says:

    Yes we are seeing a lot of volcanoes entering in activity… we will see what near future will tell.


  3. c/o Luisport

    Magnitude ML 3.3
    Region ICELAND
    Date time 2011-11-14 21:02:31.5 UTC
    Location 63.66 N ; 19.19 W
    Depth 1 km

    Distances 144 km E Reykjavík (pop 113,906 ; local time 21:02:31.5 2011-11-14)
    142 km E Hafnarfjörður (pop 22,289 ; local time 21:02:31.5 2011-11-14)
    28 km NW Vík í mýrdal (pop 298 ; local time 21:02:31.5 2011-11-14)


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