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Tremor is back.

Should be somewhere on ign.es but my fw wont let me get there ;)

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Avcan have just posted this statement on their Facebook page.

,,ONE year ago, the 04.18 H appeared a strange signal, today we all know that you indicated, a harmonic tremor, signal Pre-eruptiva-eruptive indicating an imminent eruption by the movement of magma and depressurization of gas, copy them the post that we put on that date...(Enrique) ^ _ -"This morning, from 04: 18 h., comes about by registering at station CHIE of the iron which could be a sign of volcanic tremor." These signals indicate magma movements are characteristic of active volcanoesFrom AVCAN we request publicly to the National Geographic Institute (IGN), responsible body by Decree of volcanic surveillance, to confirm or denies the existence of the signal and make an interpretation of the current situation.Also we ask everyone to they have much comfort and avoid unnecessary alarmismos. If it is confirmed that the signal that we see in the station CHIE of El Hierro is a tremor, it would be within the predictable process that lives on the island from the month of July.Remember that the volcanic alert semaphore remains at yellow level and the population must be attentive to the communications of the civil protection authorities."Much encouragement and peace of mind, please!"" [link to www.ign.es] it may consult on this same FB, below and view the comments that were made...,,


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,,Today on the other hand, are still there, with Seismicity in Central of the island, both this morning and yesterday evening at a depth of about 20 km... less than the 7: 16 that is to 10.6km and the blue of the North, almost in the Summit area. (Enrique),,

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SISMOS del 10/10/2012 - Azul Claro (3)
SISMOS del 09/10/2012 - Verde Claro (6)
SISMOS del 08/10/2012 - Rosa (4)
SISMOS del 01/10 al 07/10/2012 - Amarillo (85)

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Actualidad Volcánica de Canarias (AVCAN) y uno mas recien salido del Horno, en la zona de cumbres..(Enrique)..

1169573 10/10/2012 08:49:04 27.7369 -18.0301 12 2.0 4 SW FRONTERA.IHI

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Tremor is back.

Should be somewhere on ign.es but my fw wont let me get there ;)

pick on twitter:


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oh its from 1 year ago ;)

I should read before posting.

sry
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Avcan have just posted this statement on their Facebook page.

,,ONE year ago, the 04.18 H appeared a strange signal, today we all know that you indicated, a harmonic tremor, signal Pre-eruptiva-eruptive indicating an imminent eruption by the movement of magma and depressurization of gas, copy them the post that we put on that date...(Enrique) ^ _ -"This morning, from 04: 18 h., comes about by registering at station CHIE of the iron which could be a sign of volcanic tremor." These signals indicate magma movements are characteristic of active volcanoesFrom AVCAN we request publicly to the National Geographic Institute (IGN), responsible body by Decree of volcanic surveillance, to confirm or denies the existence of the signal and make an interpretation of the current situation.Also we ask everyone to they have much comfort and avoid unnecessary alarmismos. If it is confirmed that the signal that we see in the station CHIE of El Hierro is a tremor, it would be within the predictable process that lives on the island from the month of July.Remember that the volcanic alert semaphore remains at yellow level and the population must be attentive to the communications of the civil protection authorities."Much encouragement and peace of mind, please!"" [link to www.ign.es] it may consult on this same FB, below and view the comments that were made...,,


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OOPs sorry from me aswell this in in realtion to last year !!!
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Giant Wave Impact in Portugal on Friday, 12 October, 2012 at 15:27 (03:27 PM) UTC


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Two sailors from Essex were killed when their yacht was hit by a 20ft (6m) wave and capsized off the coast of Portugal. An inquest heard that Chris Hull, 52, Glenn Foster, 23, and Chris Brooks, 24, were sailing the yacht Waterwave from Vigo in northwest Spain. The men, from Southend, decided to stop at Povoa de Varzim harbour near Porto. Mr Brooks said he tried to turn the yacht but the wave capsized it. The coroner recorded in a narrative verdict that the wave had caused their deaths...


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"As we approached the harbour, which was closed, I saw the wave and tried to turn the boat into it. "But I could only manage to get it at 45 degrees to the wave which broke the mast when it hit the boat and capsized it." Mr Brooks was thrown from the yacht because he was not wearing his lifeline. He said he could see Mr Hull and Mr Foster still attached to the side of the capsized yacht by their lifelines. He tried to swim towards them but the yacht was drifting away so he decided to turn around and head for the shore where he was later picked up. The yacht later crashed on to the shore. Mr Hull's wife Kim asked whose decision it was to enter the harbour. Mr Brooks said it was a joint decision as there were no warning lights or announcements on the radio to tell them otherwise
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Discover origin of the massive terrestrial volcanic eruptions in Tenerife
The Las Cañadas caldera has a history of eight mega eruptions in 700 thousand years, and in his remains, scientists discovered what happened immediately before these explosions

Scientists identified at least eight violent volcanic eruptions of a catastrophic nature to the Earth in the last 700 thousand years in the caldera La Cañada in Tenerife, Canary Islands, and discovered that the trigger for these explosions was when old and cold magma was mixed with fresh and hot magma.

Events generated were of such dimension eruptions were raised about 25 kilometers in height, with material pyroclastic which reached the 130 km of extension to your around, reported yesterday by the University of Southampton.

Doctor Rex Taylor and a University team studied nodules of igneous rocks formed by clusters of crystals of magma in the large volcanic eruptions of the past pyroclastic deposits.

Taylor stressed that these nodules of clusters of crystals are trapped in the magma chambers before solidify. Physical characteristics reveal the changes that occur in the magma until the volcano erupting.

These nodules resemble coarse wet sand balls, explain, and there is marked circles of crystals that are very different from if.

In this way scientists discovered in boiler La Cañada, circles of magma in the past are very different to those that existed immediately before the explosion.

Taylor posits that the agitation of the young and hot magma on the magma old and cold, seems to be the common element before each major eruption, said Dr. Tom Gernon, Professor of Oceanography and co-author of the study.

"Analysis of the volcano glass nodules documents end processes and immediately prior to the eruption changes that trigger catastrophic eruptions," says Gernon, according to a University report.

"The mere presence of white nodules in the piroplasticos deposits suggests that the magma chamber empties into the eruption, and the Chamber collapses on itself, forming the caldera", adds the scientist.

The team studies the La Canada de Tenerife volcano, is located close to populated areas, and has a history of large and catastrophic explosions.

They compared the lesser of these explosions was 25 times stronger than the eruption of the volcano Eyjafjallajökull in 2010 in Iceland, whose cloud spread to Europe and managed to block many international flights for days.

The boiler The Canada is located in the "ravines of el Teide", in Tenerife, in the Canary Islands, and is regarded as one of the larger boilers in the land.

About 170,000 years ago still existed a large volcano in the Centre of the island, where today lies the boiler, advises Geocaching. Recurrent eruptions of what was this enormous volcano emptied magma below.

On the north side of the caldera there are two active volcanoes, the "peak of el Teide" with 3,718 metres, who made rash in 1492 and the 'Pico Viejo' with 3,135 meters, which erupted in 1798.

According to Geocaching ' in the last five centuries, from 1492 always there was a volcanic eruption around the turn of the century not more than 10 years sooner or later ".

In 1492 was at Pico del Teide; In 1604, seven sources; In 1706 in Montana burned; 1798 in old peak and in 1909 the Chinyero.

[link to www.lagranepoca.com]
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Discover origin of the massive terrestrial volcanic eruptions in Tenerife
The Las Cañadas caldera has a history of eight mega eruptions in 700 thousand years, and in his remains, scientists discovered what happened immediately before these explosions

Scientists identified at least eight violent volcanic eruptions of a catastrophic nature to the Earth in the last 700 thousand years in the caldera La Cañada in Tenerife, Canary Islands, and discovered that the trigger for these explosions was when old and cold magma was mixed with fresh and hot magma.

Events generated were of such dimension eruptions were raised about 25 kilometers in height, with material pyroclastic which reached the 130 km of extension to your around, reported yesterday by the University of Southampton.

Doctor Rex Taylor and a University team studied nodules of igneous rocks formed by clusters of crystals of magma in the large volcanic eruptions of the past pyroclastic deposits.

Taylor stressed that these nodules of clusters of crystals are trapped in the magma chambers before solidify. Physical characteristics reveal the changes that occur in the magma until the volcano erupting.

These nodules resemble coarse wet sand balls, explain, and there is marked circles of crystals that are very different from if.

In this way scientists discovered in boiler La Cañada, circles of magma in the past are very different to those that existed immediately before the explosion.

Taylor posits that the agitation of the young and hot magma on the magma old and cold, seems to be the common element before each major eruption, said Dr. Tom Gernon, Professor of Oceanography and co-author of the study.

"Analysis of the volcano glass nodules documents end processes and immediately prior to the eruption changes that trigger catastrophic eruptions," says Gernon, according to a University report.

"The mere presence of white nodules in the piroplasticos deposits suggests that the magma chamber empties into the eruption, and the Chamber collapses on itself, forming the caldera", adds the scientist.

The team studies the La Canada de Tenerife volcano, is located close to populated areas, and has a history of large and catastrophic explosions.

They compared the lesser of these explosions was 25 times stronger than the eruption of the volcano Eyjafjallajökull in 2010 in Iceland, whose cloud spread to Europe and managed to block many international flights for days.

The boiler The Canada is located in the "ravines of el Teide", in Tenerife, in the Canary Islands, and is regarded as one of the larger boilers in the land.

About 170,000 years ago still existed a large volcano in the Centre of the island, where today lies the boiler, advises Geocaching. Recurrent eruptions of what was this enormous volcano emptied magma below.

On the north side of the caldera there are two active volcanoes, the "peak of el Teide" with 3,718 metres, who made rash in 1492 and the 'Pico Viejo' with 3,135 meters, which erupted in 1798.

According to Geocaching ' in the last five centuries, from 1492 always there was a volcanic eruption around the turn of the century not more than 10 years sooner or later ".

In 1492 was at Pico del Teide; In 1604, seven sources; In 1706 in Montana burned; 1798 in old peak and in 1909 the Chinyero.

[link to www.lagranepoca.com]
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Interesting because Tenerife and several other islands had major forest fires this year. Some were never ruled accident/arson/nature because there was no clues on what led to the origin of the fires. Some of the people who have been talking about Hierro, not necessarily here but in the circles, have speculated it was magma so close to the surface that it ignited dry timber and grass. Who knows...maybe it's a sign?
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Discover origin of the massive terrestrial volcanic eruptions in Tenerife
The Las Cañadas caldera has a history of eight mega eruptions in 700 thousand years, and in his remains, scientists discovered what happened immediately before these explosions

Scientists identified at least eight violent volcanic eruptions of a catastrophic nature to the Earth in the last 700 thousand years in the caldera La Cañada in Tenerife, Canary Islands, and discovered that the trigger for these explosions was when old and cold magma was mixed with fresh and hot magma.

Events generated were of such dimension eruptions were raised about 25 kilometers in height, with material pyroclastic which reached the 130 km of extension to your around, reported yesterday by the University of Southampton.

Doctor Rex Taylor and a University team studied nodules of igneous rocks formed by clusters of crystals of magma in the large volcanic eruptions of the past pyroclastic deposits.

Taylor stressed that these nodules of clusters of crystals are trapped in the magma chambers before solidify. Physical characteristics reveal the changes that occur in the magma until the volcano erupting.

These nodules resemble coarse wet sand balls, explain, and there is marked circles of crystals that are very different from if.

In this way scientists discovered in boiler La Cañada, circles of magma in the past are very different to those that existed immediately before the explosion.

Taylor posits that the agitation of the young and hot magma on the magma old and cold, seems to be the common element before each major eruption, said Dr. Tom Gernon, Professor of Oceanography and co-author of the study.

"Analysis of the volcano glass nodules documents end processes and immediately prior to the eruption changes that trigger catastrophic eruptions," says Gernon, according to a University report.

"The mere presence of white nodules in the piroplasticos deposits suggests that the magma chamber empties into the eruption, and the Chamber collapses on itself, forming the caldera", adds the scientist.

The team studies the La Canada de Tenerife volcano, is located close to populated areas, and has a history of large and catastrophic explosions.

They compared the lesser of these explosions was 25 times stronger than the eruption of the volcano Eyjafjallajökull in 2010 in Iceland, whose cloud spread to Europe and managed to block many international flights for days.

The boiler The Canada is located in the "ravines of el Teide", in Tenerife, in the Canary Islands, and is regarded as one of the larger boilers in the land.

About 170,000 years ago still existed a large volcano in the Centre of the island, where today lies the boiler, advises Geocaching. Recurrent eruptions of what was this enormous volcano emptied magma below.

On the north side of the caldera there are two active volcanoes, the "peak of el Teide" with 3,718 metres, who made rash in 1492 and the 'Pico Viejo' with 3,135 meters, which erupted in 1798.

According to Geocaching ' in the last five centuries, from 1492 always there was a volcanic eruption around the turn of the century not more than 10 years sooner or later ".

In 1492 was at Pico del Teide; In 1604, seven sources; In 1706 in Montana burned; 1798 in old peak and in 1909 the Chinyero.

[link to www.lagranepoca.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2485889


Interesting because Tenerife and several other islands had major forest fires this year. Some were never ruled accident/arson/nature because there was no clues on what led to the origin of the fires. Some of the people who have been talking about Hierro, not necessarily here but in the circles, have speculated it was magma so close to the surface that it ignited dry timber and grass. Who knows...maybe it's a sign?
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Good morning. It seems we have more questions than answers, unfortunately. It certainly is worrisome.
I stayed up all night to see where the sun went. Then it dawned on me.
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Discover origin of the massive terrestrial volcanic eruptions in Tenerife
The Las Cañadas caldera has a history of eight mega eruptions in 700 thousand years, and in his remains, scientists discovered what happened immediately before these explosions

Scientists identified at least eight violent volcanic eruptions of a catastrophic nature to the Earth in the last 700 thousand years in the caldera La Cañada in Tenerife, Canary Islands, and discovered that the trigger for these explosions was when old and cold magma was mixed with fresh and hot magma.

Events generated were of such dimension eruptions were raised about 25 kilometers in height, with material pyroclastic which reached the 130 km of extension to your around, reported yesterday by the University of Southampton.

Doctor Rex Taylor and a University team studied nodules of igneous rocks formed by clusters of crystals of magma in the large volcanic eruptions of the past pyroclastic deposits.

Taylor stressed that these nodules of clusters of crystals are trapped in the magma chambers before solidify. Physical characteristics reveal the changes that occur in the magma until the volcano erupting.

These nodules resemble coarse wet sand balls, explain, and there is marked circles of crystals that are very different from if.

In this way scientists discovered in boiler La Cañada, circles of magma in the past are very different to those that existed immediately before the explosion.

Taylor posits that the agitation of the young and hot magma on the magma old and cold, seems to be the common element before each major eruption, said Dr. Tom Gernon, Professor of Oceanography and co-author of the study.

"Analysis of the volcano glass nodules documents end processes and immediately prior to the eruption changes that trigger catastrophic eruptions," says Gernon, according to a University report.

"The mere presence of white nodules in the piroplasticos deposits suggests that the magma chamber empties into the eruption, and the Chamber collapses on itself, forming the caldera", adds the scientist.

The team studies the La Canada de Tenerife volcano, is located close to populated areas, and has a history of large and catastrophic explosions.

They compared the lesser of these explosions was 25 times stronger than the eruption of the volcano Eyjafjallajökull in 2010 in Iceland, whose cloud spread to Europe and managed to block many international flights for days.

The boiler The Canada is located in the "ravines of el Teide", in Tenerife, in the Canary Islands, and is regarded as one of the larger boilers in the land.

About 170,000 years ago still existed a large volcano in the Centre of the island, where today lies the boiler, advises Geocaching. Recurrent eruptions of what was this enormous volcano emptied magma below.

On the north side of the caldera there are two active volcanoes, the "peak of el Teide" with 3,718 metres, who made rash in 1492 and the 'Pico Viejo' with 3,135 meters, which erupted in 1798.

According to Geocaching ' in the last five centuries, from 1492 always there was a volcanic eruption around the turn of the century not more than 10 years sooner or later ".

In 1492 was at Pico del Teide; In 1604, seven sources; In 1706 in Montana burned; 1798 in old peak and in 1909 the Chinyero.

[link to www.lagranepoca.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2485889


Interesting because Tenerife and several other islands had major forest fires this year. Some were never ruled accident/arson/nature because there was no clues on what led to the origin of the fires. Some of the people who have been talking about Hierro, not necessarily here but in the circles, have speculated it was magma so close to the surface that it ignited dry timber and grass. Who knows...maybe it's a sign?
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Not likely, it has been a record dry year, in the pineforests fire is easily ignited. A piece of glass is enough.
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I'm not reading 356 pages to see if this link was posted. I use it to watch the Canary Island area. The guy seems to be local and keeps it up to date.

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Most of the Canary Islands showing movements today ??

If this is incorrect could someone correct me.

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Armand from earthquake-report.com is not a local as such on El Hierro but he has worked closely together with Joke Volta who is resident on the island.

If you want to keep upto date with things I think you might find it interesting to read the AVCAN page on facebook as this is minute by minute reports from the islanders themselves and it is very interesting but the comments will need to be translated.
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Discover origin of the massive terrestrial volcanic eruptions in Tenerife
The Las Cañadas caldera has a history of eight mega eruptions in 700 thousand years, and in his remains, scientists discovered what happened immediately before these explosions

Scientists identified at least eight violent volcanic eruptions of a catastrophic nature to the Earth in the last 700 thousand years in the caldera La Cañada in Tenerife, Canary Islands, and discovered that the trigger for these explosions was when old and cold magma was mixed with fresh and hot magma.

Events generated were of such dimension eruptions were raised about 25 kilometers in height, with material pyroclastic which reached the 130 km of extension to your around, reported yesterday by the University of Southampton.

Doctor Rex Taylor and a University team studied nodules of igneous rocks formed by clusters of crystals of magma in the large volcanic eruptions of the past pyroclastic deposits.

Taylor stressed that these nodules of clusters of crystals are trapped in the magma chambers before solidify. Physical characteristics reveal the changes that occur in the magma until the volcano erupting.

These nodules resemble coarse wet sand balls, explain, and there is marked circles of crystals that are very different from if.

In this way scientists discovered in boiler La Cañada, circles of magma in the past are very different to those that existed immediately before the explosion.

Taylor posits that the agitation of the young and hot magma on the magma old and cold, seems to be the common element before each major eruption, said Dr. Tom Gernon, Professor of Oceanography and co-author of the study.

"Analysis of the volcano glass nodules documents end processes and immediately prior to the eruption changes that trigger catastrophic eruptions," says Gernon, according to a University report.

"The mere presence of white nodules in the piroplasticos deposits suggests that the magma chamber empties into the eruption, and the Chamber collapses on itself, forming the caldera", adds the scientist.

The team studies the La Canada de Tenerife volcano, is located close to populated areas, and has a history of large and catastrophic explosions.

They compared the lesser of these explosions was 25 times stronger than the eruption of the volcano Eyjafjallajökull in 2010 in Iceland, whose cloud spread to Europe and managed to block many international flights for days.

The boiler The Canada is located in the "ravines of el Teide", in Tenerife, in the Canary Islands, and is regarded as one of the larger boilers in the land.

About 170,000 years ago still existed a large volcano in the Centre of the island, where today lies the boiler, advises Geocaching. Recurrent eruptions of what was this enormous volcano emptied magma below.

On the north side of the caldera there are two active volcanoes, the "peak of el Teide" with 3,718 metres, who made rash in 1492 and the 'Pico Viejo' with 3,135 meters, which erupted in 1798.

According to Geocaching ' in the last five centuries, from 1492 always there was a volcanic eruption around the turn of the century not more than 10 years sooner or later ".

In 1492 was at Pico del Teide; In 1604, seven sources; In 1706 in Montana burned; 1798 in old peak and in 1909 the Chinyero.

[link to www.lagranepoca.com]
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went to tenerife a couple of years back

hotel was built on a huge pyroclastic flow. another cliff that showed a pyroclastic flow well had huge boulders in it.

when this thing blows, it blows BIG!

there is a slope on Tenerife ripe to fall too, don't forget! and some weird signals showing on tenerife..

[link to www.01.ign.es]

i've seen those weird thicker lines on La Palma as well. I'm wondering if they're signals of rock creaking?
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La Palma this evening this does not look normal !!!!

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something terrible will happen here one day, mark my words.

and the bastard about it? I'm booked to go to Fuerteventura next August. cry

the LOWEST of the islands too! cry

i may not go. chuckle
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Are you talking about one island in particular or do you think all of the islands will be involved in something big???
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In the past 24 hours, we had 6 quakes . The majority of them under the southern part of the island on the steep slopes to the Mar de las Calmas in 15 to 23 km depth (red dots). This morning at 5.31 clock the first time a quake in the Gulf off the coast of Sabinosa. A tremor of ML1, 7 km in 12 depth (pink). After it in the last few months south of the Canaries to the Cape Verde Islands quake now increasingly came to the area is about 1200 km to the north, on the southwestern tip of Portugal center of a quake surge. The sea area around Cabo de San Vicente near the southern Algarve is experiencing a series of earthquakes.


Yesterday at 11:13 clock one ML5, 0 quake depth of 30 km. For a long time from there is an active activity as the ML6, 1 quake on 15/09/2009 (left graph). Back then there were damages and casualties to Beja and Seville in southern Spain. Even the great earthquake of 1st November 1755 at the Lisbon was completely destroyed and nearly 100,000 people lost their lives, had its epicenter at Capo de San Vicente. Read at Wikipedia .

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AC592

Are you talking about one island in particular or do you think all of the islands will be involved in something big???
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la palma, el hierro or tenerife

take your pick

all they need is deformation from deep magma injection, and they can go, suddenly. by go i mean huge island flank collapses.
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IndigoMoon

Armand from earthquake-report.com is not a local as such on El Hierro but he has worked closely together with Joke Volta who is resident on the island.

If you want to keep upto date with things I think you might find it interesting to read the AVCAN page on facebook as this is minute by minute reports from the islanders themselves and it is very interesting but the comments will need to be translated.
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Aha- that makes sense. I thought he was local because of the pictures that are posted by Joke. I misunderstood the connection. Thanks for the tip! hf
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[Aha- that makes sense. I thought he was local because of the pictures that are posted by Joke. I misunderstood the connection. Thanks for the tip! hf


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This is from 2007 but maybe has been brought to light again because of all the recent activity near the Azores.


..The earthquake that was felt in Andalusia, greatest earthquake since 1969

■The earthquake that occurred today at 11: 35, time, southwest of Cape St. Vincent (Portugal) damage has not occurred.
■It will not cause a tsunami despite its power
■It is the strongest second who sits on Spain since 1969.
ECO ®

EFE. 12.02.2007-14.15 h

The epicentre of the earthquake, told Efe the head of the Department of Geophysics of the National Geographic Institute (IGN), statements José Manuel Martínez, has been in the sea, 500 kilometres from Cadiz, opposite the southwest corner of the peninsula, 200 miles from the Cape St. Vincent, where the Azores-Gibraltar fault.

In the earthquake of 1969, there were 4 deaths by heart attack
East earthquake, whose magnitude was evaluated in the first few minutes in 6.3 and subsequent measurements have resituado 6.1, has been in the same place as the 1969, although on that occasion he was 7.3 and felt in all Spain, causing, as recalled Martinez, 4 who have died of heart attacks.

On this occasion, the earthquake, whose final coordinates are 36.09 degrees North and 10.26 degrees West, has been felt at intensity IV in the Mercalli intensity scale, in the provinces of Seville, Cádiz and Huelva, but also in Fuengirola (Málaga), Malaga, Jaen and Cordoba, and in high buildings in Madrid.

The telluric movement, which according to reports available in the IGN, there in Spain damage, will not cause a tsunami - tsunami - because to give it I had to have occurred in a vertical fault and this has emerged in a "reverse but not vertical" failure.

It is possible that the tide of Tarifa and Cadiz recorded "some movement", but Martínez recalled that in 1969, being of greater magnitude, produced a wave of half a meter.

MARTINEZ said that before an earthquake do go out to get away from the buildings, but in case of not being able to do is must find a stable place, under a table, a bed or the lintel of a door, never use the elevator, or light a match or the light.

Andalusia 112 emergency service attended 400 phone calls in the first hour after the earthquake, and in the provinces of Seville, Cadiz and Huelva were the preventive evacuation of some buildings.

This degree of intensity is comparable to the vibration produced by the passage of a truck heavy with burden, producing vibrations in tableware, Windows and doors, so it is also perceived by people in the interior of the buildings and by some on the outside..

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1170561 16/10/2012 21:53:38 37.2096 -12.6957 -.- 3.7 3 AZORES-CABO DE SAN VICENTE
1170562 16/10/2012 22:04:07 37.2016 -12.6341 -.- 3.8 3 AZORES-CABO DE SAN VICENTE
1170569 17/10/2012 02:07:20 37.2014 -12.6817 -.- 4.4 3 AZORES-CABO DE SAN VICENTE
1170653 17/10/2012 08:04:32 37.1472 -12.9713 30 4.2 3 AZORES-CABO DE SAN VICENTE
1170662 17/10/2012 09:04:02 37.2345 -12.7196 -.- 4.0 3 AZORES-CABO DE SAN VICENTE
1170688 17/10/2012 09:41:41 37.0935 -12.7098 -.- 3.7 3 AZORES-CABO DE SAN VICENTE
1170720 17/10/2012 16:37:02 36.9253 -12.8693 -.- 3.9 3 AZORES-CABO DE SAN VICENTE
1170721 17/10/2012 17:58:13 33.9178 -6.9600 22.0 3.8 3 SW TEMARA.MAC
1170722 17/10/2012 18:37:49 35.1804 2.0471 -.- 3.8 3 SE TISSEMSILT.ARG
1170723 17/10/2012 18:58:20 37.2558 -13.2485 -.- 3.6 3 AZORES-CABO DE SAN VICENTE

1170805 18/10/2012 11:24:24 37.1935 -12.9832 50 4.7 3 AZORES-CABO DE SAN VICENTE
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Volcano Cafe have confirmed...HT on the rise (Slowly)

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Another Station:
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Volcano Cafe:
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La Palma is showing movement again today.



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La Palma is showing movement again today.



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Where? That graph doesn't seem to be showing movement...that's a frequency graph that measures sound.
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Gran Canaria is showing a strong red energy line aswell ???

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La Palma is showing movement again today.



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Where? That graph doesn't seem to be showing movement...that's a frequency graph that measures sound.
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This was posted on the Avcan Facebook Page sorry I thought they were showing movements,


La Palma, llenísima de cosas todo el día: [link to www.ign.es] Palma, llenisima of things all day: [link to www.ign.es] by Bing)
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Latest earthquake El Hierro.

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