Happy new year 2012!

I wish everyone a happy new year! I hope that everyone is going to have a good year 2012. Thanks for the reading and the support during the year of 2011. Without it I would not have made it as I did.

Thanks for the year 2011. Now lets see what the year 2012 has to offer.

27 Replies to “Happy new year 2012!”

  1. A most wonderful New Year to you and your loved ones as well Jon! I am the quiet bird on the wire who enjoy your blog on Katla very much for quit some time. May the moment of eruption expected. arrive perhaps in 2012?

  2. Happy new year to Jon and all readers.
    Wow! The fireworks in Reykjavik were awesome. It was a lovely way to see in the New Year, warm and cosy by my PC and not hangover this morning.
    I have a sneaky feeling Katla will decide not to be outdone by the festive fireworks ! 😀
    Also @ Jon…..What is happening here?

    1. Happy New Year, Diana!
      I think that the station VSH is near the Karanjukar-powerstation. I don’t know if it is possible to see whether there is more water drained or something similar.

  3. I agree with diana about katla! She sure likes shaking her boody!!! Happy new year to all. 🙂

  4. Happy New Year to all. thanks for all the great and interesting discussions; Let us hope for an interesting volcanic year when no-one gets hurt!

  5. No EQs published since last night on IMO. A quiet night or did they have a well-deserved night off?

  6. Happy New Year to you Jon, and everyone in on this blog who has volcanologically helped expand my brain that little bit more! I raise a charged glass to you all. may all your dreams and wishes come true x

  7. Maybe it was the drinking yesterday, but during this night I had a dream about Katla having a violent eruption. Happy new Year to everyone!

    1. No idea, being honest. But I expect that it is building work; it’s a bit too regular to be anything else.

  8. Hi Jon and all!

    Happy New Year to you all! Let’s hope 2012 is a good year for us all volcanically and otherwise. Really looking forward to celebrating Christmas 2012 and having a good laugh at the Mayan doomsayers! Should be an interesting year. (Gulp…)


  9. Magnitude mb 4.8
    Date time 2012-01-02 09:39:57.4 UTC
    Location 16.38 N ; 46.58 W
    Depth 10 km
    Distances 1501 km NE Paramaribo (pop 223,757 ; local time 06:39:57.4 2012-01-02)
    1412 km NE Kourou (pop 24,029 ; local time 06:39:57.4 2012-01-02)
    1407 km NE Sinnamary (pop 3,180 ; local time 06:39:57.4 2012-01-02)

  10. Today i see three earthquakes in the vicinity of Hekla.
    The Latest:
    02.01.2012 19:50:12 63,969 -20,001 6.3 km 01.04 62.07 14.6 km ESE of Árnes

    Jon, what do you think about it?

    1. Of course it’s not a supervolcano, is probably not going to erupt in our lifetimes, but hey why stop an anti-German story in the Mail!

      1. Might as well say the extinct volcanoes in Somerset will suddenly erupt without warning! Hmm, perhaps i’d better move… just in case! 🙂

    2. Oh, wow. I think i will move to iceland, because it’s safer than in germany!
      I must admit: I have already traveled to some of the most beautiful volcanic areas ​​in europe, maybe I should sometimes visit my home-country 🙂 .

    3. Don’t think it is anti-German; just poor journalism this time. But pretty pictures.

    1. This appears just to be wind and other noise. I am not yet sure why the wind noise is so high on that geophone. But I plan to figure that out soon.

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