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Santorini (nea kameni volcano) unrest. Water tempature in caldera rising! Magma spot also detected 4km depth.
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[quote:Ostria1:MV8xNjYyNzIxXzI3NzExNDYxXzU0NkRDNDIw] [quote:Keep Smiling:MV8xNjYyNzIxXzI3NjkxMzAzXzEyNUE4QzZC] I hesitate to post this - because it was a dream. But seeing how the whole of the Med is now littered with quakes I think I will. It was a simple dream but very, very real. I was in a very ancient shop made of stone on the shores of the Med. I was looking out the window to the beautiful colours of the sea and knew that the shop was not going to be there for much longer. The sea was going to take it and I just knew I was in Greece. (I had this dream a couple of months ago). Now I see all these quakes in the region I can only hope that this quake swarm (and man it is one big swarm) releases all the energy and avoids a big one. Watching and praying for the beautiful Med and the countries surrounding. [/quote] Yes it is quite upseting but thanks for posting it! :hf: ps. I still have to search on the quake swarm data. But use translation and read this about tsunamis (general information but very informative) http://www.e-telescope.gr/el/science-and-technology/240-tsunami from the article about the med/agean region historic data However, the first historically recorded tsunami occurred in coastal Syria in 2000 BC In Greece, the oldest is that which destroyed the Persian fleet at Potidaea in Halkidiki in 479 BC Also very important is the tsunami that hit Alexandria in July 365 AD caused by an earthquake of magnitude 8.2 on the Richter scale. The number of victims rose to 50,000. [/quote]
Well there is activity also in santorini.
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