Two large earthquakes in Bárðarbunga

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Two large earthquakes occurred in Bárðarbunga this morning. One of them measured 4.1 and the other 3.8.
Several aftershocks followed. The Iceland Met Office says there is no sign of volcanic unrest. The largest earthquake of the year occurred in Bárðarbunga on February 23rd measuring 4.2. In December however a quake occurred measuring 4.8.

Map with points of eartquake in Iceland
Map with points of eartquake in Iceland

The red squares on the map indicate the location of the Meteorological Office seismometers. Click on them to view the tremor graphs. If don’t work check directly by link below:
http://hraun.vedur.is/ja/englishweb/tremor.html

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