Category Archives: Iceland

Katla Threatens, Krakatau Blows

So I’m backĀ  after a nasty hard disk failure, sorry for the absence, but a six year old Mac Mini can be a testy machine at times. These things happen. Word has it that Katla is working up to an … Continue reading

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The Calm Before the Calm

Thus far it’s been a pretty slow morning, not much to get excited about, but that can change at any time. I’m really hoping it does. Following yesterday’s 6.4 quake off the coast of Vancouver I’ve been watching the seismographs … Continue reading

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Unrest at Katla

Iceland’s Katla volcano has been showing increasing signs of unrest over the last weeks, to include swarms of small earthquakes occurring every ten minutes or so, and it may be that the volcano is working up to an eruption. Katla … Continue reading

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