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Best El Hierro Thread On GLP - Canary Islands - ACTIVITY HAS RETURNED - AGAIN!

 
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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,


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aaaahhhh...magmatic movement. This means magma is slowly moving and the vibrations are being picked up on the frequency charts.
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There have also been 2 more.

1170963 19/10/2012 17:21:12 27.7721 -18.0876 11 2.5 4 W FRONTERA.IHI [+] info
1170962 19/10/2012 17:51:24 27.7714 -18.0855 10 2.1 4 W FRONTERA.IHI [+] info
1170964 19/10/2012 17:59:37 27.7685 -18.0831 10 2.4 4 W FRONTERA.IHI [+] info
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There have also been 2 more.

1170963 19/10/2012 17:21:12 27.7721 -18.0876 11 2.5 4 W FRONTERA.IHI [+] info
1170962 19/10/2012 17:51:24 27.7714 -18.0855 10 2.1 4 W FRONTERA.IHI [+] info
1170964 19/10/2012 17:59:37 27.7685 -18.0831 10 2.4 4 W FRONTERA.IHI [+] info
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All very shallow
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Heavy magmatic movement on nearly every island today...more so on fuerteventura it seems



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Ingrid Parpacen on the Avcan Facebook page has just reported:

,,vibracion medianamente fuerte en las toscas ,en este momento,,

,,fairly strong vibration in the Las Toscas at this time,,

I think this is in the Frontera area ??
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Watch Iceland!!! It's swarming like mad. And...like I always have said...I
believe Iceland, the Azores and the Canaries are all connected.
So...we should be having heightened activity in the Canaries soon if
my theory is correct.
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Iceland Quakes

Yesterday and today from EMSC
2012-10-21T01:03:49.000Z
Magnitude:&nbsp: 4.5000 mb, Depth(Km):&nbsp: 12.0000, Latitude:&nbsp: 65.94710, Longitude:&nbsp: -18.02090
2012-10-21T00:40:24.600Z
Magnitude:&nbsp: 3.6000 ML, Depth(Km):&nbsp: 1.0000, Latitude:&nbsp: 66.25240, Longitude:&nbsp: -18.50950
2012-10-21T00:34:19.000Z
Magnitude:&nbsp: 4.1000 ML, Depth(Km):&nbsp: 7.0000, Latitude:&nbsp: 66.32410, Longitude:&nbsp: -18.79030
2012-10-21T00:30:42.700Z
Magnitude:&nbsp: 3.8000 ML, Depth(Km):&nbsp: 18.0000, Latitude:&nbsp: 66.30420, Longitude:&nbsp: -18.67980
2012-10-21T00:20:29.800Z
Magnitude:&nbsp: 4.5000 ML, Depth(Km):&nbsp: 1.0000, Latitude:&nbsp: 66.28710, Longitude:&nbsp: -18.63010
2012-10-21T00:10:35.000Z
Magnitude:&nbsp: 4.6000 mb, Depth(Km):&nbsp: 10.0000, Latitude:&nbsp: 66.34650, Longitude:&nbsp: -18.63000
2012-10-20T22:54:25.000Z
Magnitude:&nbsp: 3.9000 ML, Depth(Km):&nbsp: 1.0000, Latitude:&nbsp: 66.27350, Longitude:&nbsp: -18.70890
2012-10-20T22:50:40.300Z
Magnitude:&nbsp: 3.3000 ML, Depth(Km):&nbsp: 1.0000, Latitude:&nbsp: 66.39400, Longitude:&nbsp: -18.76120
Sourced from EMSC

The strongest was a 5.7.

M5.7 - 18km NNE of Siglufjordur, Iceland 2012-10-21 01:25:22 UTC
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30mm drop on HI05 in 2 days...


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Please could you explain what that drop exactly means . Thanks.
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Please could you explain what that drop exactly means . Thanks.
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ground deformation at el hierro, tenerife and la palma can trigger huge landslides which will cause huge tsunamis, at least in the canaries and maybe even ocean basin wide, but that is debatable
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Please could you explain what that drop exactly means . Thanks.
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ground deformation at el hierro, tenerife and la palma can trigger huge landslides which will cause huge tsunamis, at least in the canaries and maybe even ocean basin wide, but that is debatable
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Thanks for explaining


The only thing I'd add is that deformation shows signs of activity, even when the seismograph doesn't. Slumping, in this case, represents a magma tube that has either emptied or somehow the ground itself has dropped in some significant way...possibly through the exit of ground water, oil, natural gas, etc.


When deformation reaches a certain point, land slides occur or sinkholes form. Some other things can happen as well, but this is most common. Now...on an island like Hierro, a slide can have devestating consequences. That's one reason why we're watching these events so closely.
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Are movements also now showing today on La Gomera???

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Now a swarm in mainland Spain.

1171117 21/10/2012 01:53:56 38.0442 -3.3120 5 1.2 4 NW TORREPEROGIL.J [+] info
1171121 21/10/2012 03:07:49 38.0452 -3.2850 10 1.8 4 N TORREPEROGIL.J [+] info
1171154 21/10/2012 04:01:37 38.0493 -3.2907 1.4 4 NW TORREPEROGIL.J [+] info
1171155 21/10/2012 04:04:02 38.0460 -3.2770 1.4 4 NE TORREPEROGIL.J [+] info
1171159 21/10/2012 04:47:24 38.0407 -3.2772 10 1.3 4 NE TORREPEROGIL.J [+] info
1171158 21/10/2012 05:20:40 38.0212 -3.3149 1.1 4 SW TORREPEROGIL.J [+] info
1171160 21/10/2012 05:24:43 38.0489 -3.2816 1.1 4 N TORREPEROGIL.J [+] info
1171147 21/10/2012 05:30:41 38.0337 -3.2847 10 1.4 4 SE TORREPEROGIL.J [+] info
1171235 21/10/2012 12:01:07 38.0551 -3.2792 1.6 4 NE TORREPEROGIL.J [+] info
1171255 21/10/2012 12:51:23 38.0439 -3.2678 10 1.8 4 NE TORREPEROGIL.J [+] info
1171261 21/10/2012 13:41:04 38.0551 -3.2793 9 1.3 4 NE TORREPEROGIL.J [+] info
1171273 21/10/2012 13:54:08 38.0331 -3.2783 1.1 4 E TORREPEROGIL.J [+] info
1171280 21/10/2012 17:36:08 38.0446 -3.2745 3 1.2 4 NE TORREPEROGIL.J [+] info
El mapa siguiente es del último sismo.

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La Gomera earlier this morning.

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Getting active again [link to www.ign.es]
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CERN LHC!!!!
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la palma kicking off?

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and ONLY la palma?

damned

local signal?

damned
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what if that is a signal of that chunk of rock starting to fail?

NO OTHER STATIONS are showing it!
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what if that is a signal of that chunk of rock starting to fail?

NO OTHER STATIONS are showing it!
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guys! come on! that signal is not right! it can't be volcanic because all the other stations would show it, but they show NOTHING AT ALL!

it's a local signal

now what on La Palma could possibly cause a non volcanic signal?
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bump
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what if that is a signal of that chunk of rock starting to fail?

NO OTHER STATIONS are showing it!
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guys! come on! that signal is not right! it can't be volcanic because all the other stations would show it, but they show NOTHING AT ALL!

it's a local signal

now what on La Palma could possibly cause a non volcanic signal?
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Very strong rain here at the moment. The large Caldera gathers a lot of water that comes into one river called Las Angustias. These tremors are registered here. AVCAN reported this as well [link to www.facebook.com]
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Thread: canary island strange signals
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what if that is a signal of that chunk of rock starting to fail?

NO OTHER STATIONS are showing it!
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guys! come on! that signal is not right! it can't be volcanic because all the other stations would show it, but they show NOTHING AT ALL!

it's a local signal

now what on La Palma could possibly cause a non volcanic signal?
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Very strong rain here at the moment. The large Caldera gathers a lot of water that comes into one river called Las Angustias. These tremors are registered here. AVCAN reported this as well [link to www.facebook.com]
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holy shit. really?

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SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS

Historical tsunami events from volcanic sources in the Caribbean Region have been under-reported as the immensity of destruction from volcanic events has overshadowed them. Small scale flank failures are quite common for most of the active volcanoes in the Caribbean. Such volcanic sources have the potential of generating destructive local waves in confined bodies of water and in the near field environment of an open coast. Local tsunamis can also be generated by gravity-induced flank failures, even in the absence of eruptive triggering events. Heavy rains and earth tides appear to play a significant role in small scale flank failures of unstable volcanic slopes.

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it's a full moon tonight, la palma is having very heavy rain, a hurricane is about to pound new york, canada is being pounded by quakes generating small tsunamis

wtf else can happen?
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You'll notice on the frequency charts that some of the islands picked up Canada's quakes quite well...while others barely registered it at all. We learned about 200 pages ago that this is because of large pools of magma beneath some of the islands. The magma pools stop the flow of the seismic waves and therefore don't show up on some island's seismographs or frequency charts. It's great way to tell which islands have the greatest amounts of magma beneath them.
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what if that is a signal of that chunk of rock starting to fail?

NO OTHER STATIONS are showing it!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 11094224


guys! come on! that signal is not right! it can't be volcanic because all the other stations would show it, but they show NOTHING AT ALL!

it's a local signal

now what on La Palma could possibly cause a non volcanic signal?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 11094224


Very strong rain here at the moment. The large Caldera gathers a lot of water that comes into one river called Las Angustias. These tremors are registered here. AVCAN reported this as well [link to www.facebook.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 26324548


holy shit. really?

[link to www.drgeorgepc.com]

SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS

Historical tsunami events from volcanic sources in the Caribbean Region have been under-reported as the immensity of destruction from volcanic events has overshadowed them. Small scale flank failures are quite common for most of the active volcanoes in the Caribbean. Such volcanic sources have the potential of generating destructive local waves in confined bodies of water and in the near field environment of an open coast. Local tsunamis can also be generated by gravity-induced flank failures, even in the absence of eruptive triggering events. Heavy rains and earth tides appear to play a significant role in small scale flank failures of unstable volcanic slopes.

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it's a full moon tonight, la palma is having very heavy rain, a hurricane is about to pound new york, canada is being pounded by quakes generating small tsunamis

wtf else can happen?
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It is not the first time we have heavy rain, normally almost every winter. And yes erosion happens and flanks do collaps but nothing "life threatening". There is no large hill or something that could collaps by rain. I am more concerned for the heavy wind predicted for the coming days, my mango-trees don´t like that.
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yesterday ... LaPalma
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Gomera:
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due to haarp Status ???
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yesterday ... LaPalma
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Gomera:
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due to haarp Status ???
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Nope, see before, this is due to the heavy rain-fall, stations pick up the frequence of the water flowing through the barrancos. El Hierro had a lot of rain, still going on untill probably the weekend.

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