Bárdarbunga (Iceland): The intense seismic crisis caused by a significant laterally migrating magma intrusion continues to evolve with little changes.
Earthquake activity has been a bit weaker yesterday, only to pick up again today. 596 more words
Bárdarbunga (Iceland): As of now, there is no confirmation that an eruption started, but the situation at Bardarbunga is evolving quickly. In addition to suspiciously high tremor levels, the location of the most recent quakes tells its story: 211 more words
Bárdarbunga (Iceland): The situation remains the same as yesterday. The earthquake swarm continues at high intensity. The quakes are clustered in an area 20 km east of the Bárdarbunga volcano’s caldera under the ice cap and at shallow depths of 10-1 km. 378 more words
Stromboli (Eolian Islands, Italy): The eruption continues with no significant change, but lava effusion seems to have increased. Several secondary active branches formed on the upper part of the new lava flow field and are visible on webcam images. 112 more words
Stromboli (Eolian Islands, Italy): No significant changes have occurred during the past days. The lava flow continues to be active from the vent at the base of the NE cone, but the effusion rate is slowly decreasing overall. 252 more words
Etna (Sicily, Italy): Decreasing tremor and weakening thermal signals suggest that the explosive / effusive activity from the vents at the eastern foot of the NE crater still continues, but at reduced rate. 138 more words