The Fjalls tracker has restarted – perhaps uprighted itself – and data is now coming in daily again. The gap in the data shows that it coul not create accurate readings then – which could also be due to a problem with its base station..
Here are some screnshots of rover3 on Breida’ – whch we moved in Aug 2019.
The outflow river bed remained almost unchanged while it was monitored from Autumn 2012 to Summer 2013. However, sometime between July 2013 and July 2014, the flow became violent enough to move massive boulders, as these images from the bridge camera show.
Note the big boulder – about 1 m high – right of centre in the foreground of the earlier image, which has been swept out of shot a year or so later.
This was taken since last october (2012) and shows the incoming snow, melting etc.