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Earth of fire

Actualité volcanique, Article de fond sur étude de volcan, tectonique, récits et photos de voyage

Publié par Bernard Duyck
Publié dans : #Actualités volcaniques
The lava field Holuhraun in a sandstorm on 2014.11.08 - photo Einar Gudmann / Barcroft Media

The lava field Holuhraun in a sandstorm on 2014.11.08 - photo Einar Gudmann / Barcroft Media

The eruptive fissure at Holuhraun emits amount of SO2 gas - Einar Gudmann / Barcroft Media 11/08/2014

The eruptive fissure at Holuhraun emits amount of SO2 gas - Einar Gudmann / Barcroft Media 11/08/2014

The eruption in the Holuhraun field continues with the same intensity as in previous weeks. The lava field reaches on 10 November an area of 70 km².

Pollution caused by gases emitted by the eruption continues to affect air quality; affected areas on Monday and Tuesday are located in the west and northwest of Iceland.

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Last map of the lava field Holuhraun - Doc. IES 11/08/2014

Last map of the lava field Holuhraun - Doc. IES 11/08/2014

The lava field Holuhraun - photo Iceland Magazine 11.10.2014 / via Twitter

The lava field Holuhraun - photo Iceland Magazine 11.10.2014 / via Twitter

In Bárðarbunga, seismic activity remains intense, with 200 earthquakes since November 7, in which 20 of the caldera of a magnitude between 4.0 and 5.0. The largest quake was recorded on November 9 at 9:19 p.m. of magnitude 5.2.

Subsidence of the caldera continues at the same rate as in the previous weeks.


 

Subsidence of the caldera Bárðarbunga of 8 to 11 November 2014 - Number and magnitude of earthquakes on the same dates - Doc. IES

Subsidence of the caldera Bárðarbunga of 8 to 11 November 2014 - Number and magnitude of earthquakes on the same dates - Doc. IES

Sources :

- Conclusions of the Scientific Advisory Board of the Icelandic Civil Protection / 10.11.2014, 11:00 UTC

- IES

- Icelandic Met Office

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