The IS-NOISE project aims at capturing seismic velocity changes through time by utilizing continuous ambient seismic noise and
applying correlation and interferometric techniques. Different settings in Iceland will be investigated including a geothermal
field, five different volcanic centres and the South seismic zone. The main goal is to retrieve changes possibly associated with
industrial operation (fluid injection, in particular), volcanic unrest, and the onset of seismic activity.
IS-NOISE is a three year project (2018-2020) that is funded by the Icelandic Research Fund.
Bárðarbunga, Grimsfjöll, Katla, Hekla and Eyjafjallajökull.
The Hellisheiði geothermal power plant, third largest worldwide.
The southern Iceland seismic zone prior to the 2008 Hveragerði doublet earthquakes.