Geophysicists say seismic activity by Grimsey island in North Iceland could be activating earthquakes in a wider area.
An earthquake measuring as much as 4.5 occurred 11 kilometers off the northeast coast of Grímsey island.
The area around Öræfajökull glacier continues to show increased activity as the largest earthquake detected in the area, M3,6 on the Richter scale, occurred there this morning.
Scientists are planning a flight over Öræfajökull volcano in southeast Iceland in order to take another measurement of the caldera that formed during an earthquake in the fall.
Just under a hundred earthquakes have been measured in the area Skjaldbreið lava shield since yesterday evening.
An earthquake occurred this morning at 7:36 11 km (6.8 mi) northwest of Siglufjörður, North Iceland measuring magnitude 3.7.
The Department of Civil Protection and Emergency Management, as well as the Met Office, held a meeting with residents of Öræfar yesterday.
A number of news media around the world have featured Icelandic volcano Bárðarbunga, after British media such as The Daily Star, Daily Mail and The Sun reported claims that it was ready to erupt. Experts at the Icelandic Met Office consider the claims to be overestimated.
Three earthquakes occurred by the northern rim of Bárðarbunga volcano yesterday shortly before midnight.
Larger earthquakes than the one that took place near Selfoss, South Iceland during the weekend may happen in the coming days.
A 3.3 magnitude earthquake was detected northeast of Grimsey island, North Iceland at 6:00 this morning.
A number of earthquakes were detected at Bárðarbunga in Vatnajökull tonight, according to the Icelandic Met Office.
An earthquake that occurred yesterday morning at Bárðarbunga volcano is the largest since its eruption in 2015.
Two large earthquakes occurred at Bárðarbunga volcano on the night of May 20th, as reported by the Icelandic Met Office.
An earthquake of magnitude 3.6 hit Bárðarbunga volcano, located under the Vatnaökull glacier ice cap, at 9:48 am yesterday.
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