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A new Icelandic volcanoes and earthquakes blog 8 October 2010

Posted by admin in blogs, geoblogosphere, Iceland, volcano monitoring.

Iceland is volcanoes, and anyone who has been following volcanic events in Iceland recently — and there have been plenty, of course — will be familiar with the work of Jón Frímann, who (to quote Erik Klemetti) ‘has information on every noise the volcanoes of Iceland make’. He’s been sharing that information via the comments threads at Eruptions for some time, and has now set up his own blog, the Iceland Volcano and Earthquake blog. It’s dense with detail about what the volcanoes of Iceland are up to: earthquakes, tremor, inflation/deflation, emissions, the lot. Essential reading if you want to know what is happening in the land of fire and ice.

The Volcanism Blog