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updated 11/21/2023



Reykjanes multiview – Live from Iceland

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Multiview of the evolving situation in Reykjanes. The town of Grindavík has been evacuated after magma intrusion was identified possibly reaching under it.

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 LIVE: 2023 Iceland Earthquake and Volcano Monitor

Help the people displaced at Grindavík (Red Cross): https://www.raudikrossinn.is/english Nov 20thIMO Update: There is still a high probability of a volcanic eruption Since midnight today, around 700 earthquakes have been recorded near the magma tunnel, the largest one measuring 2.7 near Hagafell. Since Friday (November 17), around 1,500-1,800 earthquakes have been recorded per day at the magma tunnel, with the largest earthquake measuring M3.0 on Friday morning. New satellite images of Svartsengi and the magma corridor, together with other data, were discussed at a consultation meeting of experts from the Norwegian Meteorological Agency, the University of Iceland and civil defense this morning.

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🌎 LIVE: New Volcanic Eruption Expected in Iceland

This live stream provides earthquake and volcanic activity information for the Fagradalsfjall area in Iceland. AfarTV will be adding live webcams to this stream as they become available. Fagradalsfjall erupted in 2021 and 2022. Experts believe a new eruption is possible within a few days.

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Langihryggur – Live from Iceland

Looking from Langihryggur towards Fagradalsfjall, Geldingadalur and Meradalur. Reykjanes is currently one of the most closely monitored parts of Iceland following the increased chance of volcanic activity after earthquakes resumed again at a pace similar to the March 2021 eruption in Fagradalsfjall that subsided in September 2021.

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Jökulsárlón – Live from Iceland

Jökulsárlón is the world’s most famous glacial lagoon with its magnificent icebergs and uniquely blue waters. The deepest lake in Iceland, it’s home to spectral icebergs which make their way into its chilly depths from the Breiðamerkurjökull glacier. Jökulsárlón is a glacial lagoon which still blue waters are a sight not to be missed, as it is dotted with the icebergs from the edge of Breiðamerkurjökull. The lagoon flows through a narrow gateway into the Atlantic Ocean, leaving the spectacular sight of the large chunks of ice on the black sandy beach.

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