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Magnitude 5.1 earthquake rattles Greek island, no damage or injuries reported
By The Associated Press (CP)

Less than an hour ago there was another quake in GREECE this time a shallow quake,
about 11 miles.
- Yowbarb

Magnitude 4.7 - AEGEAN SEA2010 July 16 18:53:11 UTC

Date-Time Tuesday, July 20, 2010 at 03:10:26 UTC
Tuesday, July 20, 2010 at 04:10:26 AM at epicenter
Location 35.924

From a newsletter today:

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Swarms of Earthquakes in Iceland

Iceland Volcano and Earthquake blog

At least Two Current ongoing earthquake swarms in Iceland

Posted on December 5, 2010 by Jón Frímann

At the current time there are two main earthquake swarms taking place in Iceland. The first one is at Krísuvík volcano and has been going on since early this week. Currently there is nothing to suggest that it going to end any time soon. This earthquake swarm however sometimes stops for several hours and up to one to two days at the longest. Most of the earthquakes taking place are less then mag 2.5 in size. It is not clear why this earthquakes are taking place. This might be tectonic process or something to do with the magma intrusion that is taking place in Krísuvík volcano.

The second earthquake swarm is taking place at Herðubreiðartögl with earthquake taking place at Herðubreið at it’s north limits. …………….
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Jim thanks for the data!
I just verified indeed they are ongoing...

Graphics that update every few minutes.
- Yowbarb


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