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2021-02-24, M5.7, Iceland

The Reykjanes Peninsula in Iceland has suffered a series of earthquakes in the past few hours. This phenomena is known as an earthquake swarm. At the time of writing, there have been 725 quakes in the last 48 hours. The largest of which was a magnitude 5.7 that occurred at 10:05:57 on the 24th February 2021. This event was recorded by the Irish National Seismic Network and can be seen in the waveforms plotted below.

Waveforms from the magnitude 5.7 Icelandic event recorded on the 6 INSN instruments.

More information is available from the Icelandic Met Office:

https://en.vedur.is/about-imo/news/earthquake-swarm-in-reykjanes-peninsula

and on this webpage:

https://www.ruv.is/frett/2021/02/24/earthquake-alert-level-increased

present earthquake activity on the Reykjanes peninsula is shown here:

https://en.vedur.is/earthquakes-and-volcanism/earthquakes/reykjanespeninsula#view=map

Past Seismograms
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Live Seismograms
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VAL - Kerry

Past Spectrograms
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Live Spectrograms
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IWEX - Wexford
IDGL - Donegal