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Canary Islands Government Puzzled By El Hierro Earthquake Swarm

 
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Canary Islands Government Puzzled By El Hierro Earthquake Swarm
The Canary Islands Government says it has commenced an in-depth geological survey of El Hierro, the smallest of the islands, in an effort to determine the source of an earthquake swarm.
The unprecedented seismic activity commenced on 19 July. In excess of 6,000 earthquakes have been recorded up to 14 September 2011. More than two dozen tremors were recorded during Wednesday (14 Sept.) alone.
The vast majority of the tremors have been recorded in the northwest of the 278.5-square-kilometre island at El Golfo, the location of a massive landslide that created a 100-metre high tsunami almost 50,000 years ago. The earth tremors have ranged between 1 and 3 magnitude, the National Geographic Institute (IGN) reported.
However, the Volcanological Institute of the Canary Islands and Actualidad Volcánica de Canarias have both reported a sizeable decrease in the number of tremors recorded during the first two weeks of September, compared to the latter half of August.


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Re: Canary Islands Government Puzzled By El Hierro Earthquake Swarm
The Canary Islands Government says it has commenced an in-depth geological survey of El Hierro, the smallest of the islands, in an effort to determine the source of an earthquake swarm.
The unprecedented seismic activity commenced on 19 July. In excess of 6,000 earthquakes have been recorded up to 14 September 2011. More than two dozen tremors were recorded during Wednesday (14 Sept.) alone.
The vast majority of the tremors have been recorded in the northwest of the 278.5-square-kilometre island at El Golfo, the location of a massive landslide that created a 100-metre high tsunami almost 50,000 years ago. The earth tremors have ranged between 1 and 3 magnitude, the National Geographic Institute (IGN) reported.
However, the Volcanological Institute of the Canary Islands and Actualidad Volcánica de Canarias have both reported a sizeable decrease in the number of tremors recorded during the first two weeks of September, compared to the latter half of August.


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OP I read they evacuated the island and that the dome of the crater was deforming due to pressure from a magma build up.

Is any of this true?
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Re: Canary Islands Government Puzzled By El Hierro Earthquake Swarm
One other thing , their monitoring equipment went down for several days just recently and the usgs has nothing on these swarms , it very well may be that the powers that be are doing a slight of hand and know it is going to blow creating another mega tsunami taking out the east coast of America.
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Re: Canary Islands Government Puzzled By El Hierro Earthquake Swarm
The Canary Islands Government says it has commenced an in-depth geological survey of El Hierro, the smallest of the islands, in an effort to determine the source of an earthquake swarm.
The unprecedented seismic activity commenced on 19 July. In excess of 6,000 earthquakes have been recorded up to 14 September 2011. More than two dozen tremors were recorded during Wednesday (14 Sept.) alone.
The vast majority of the tremors have been recorded in the northwest of the 278.5-square-kilometre island at El Golfo, the location of a massive landslide that created a 100-metre high tsunami almost 50,000 years ago. The earth tremors have ranged between 1 and 3 magnitude, the National Geographic Institute (IGN) reported.
However, the Volcanological Institute of the Canary Islands and Actualidad Volcánica de Canarias have both reported a sizeable decrease in the number of tremors recorded during the first two weeks of September, compared to the latter half of August.


[link to www.irishweatheronline.com]
 Quoting: Major StinkFoot


OP I read they evacuated the island and that the dome of the crater was deforming due to pressure from a magma build up.

Is any of this true?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1534164



apparently, yes
it was here in the MS news

i might find a link
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Re: Canary Islands Government Puzzled By El Hierro Earthquake Swarm
...any person who is "puzzled" by natural events, even when different than how you think nature should behave,should be shunned...
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Re: Canary Islands Government Puzzled By El Hierro Earthquake Swarm
The Canary Islands Government says it has commenced an in-depth geological survey of El Hierro, the smallest of the islands, in an effort to determine the source of an earthquake swarm.
The unprecedented seismic activity commenced on 19 July. In excess of 6,000 earthquakes have been recorded up to 14 September 2011. More than two dozen tremors were recorded during Wednesday (14 Sept.) alone.
The vast majority of the tremors have been recorded in the northwest of the 278.5-square-kilometre island at El Golfo, the location of a massive landslide that created a 100-metre high tsunami almost 50,000 years ago. The earth tremors have ranged between 1 and 3 magnitude, the National Geographic Institute (IGN) reported.
However, the Volcanological Institute of the Canary Islands and Actualidad Volcánica de Canarias have both reported a sizeable decrease in the number of tremors recorded during the first two weeks of September, compared to the latter half of August.


[link to www.irishweatheronline.com]
 Quoting: Major StinkFoot


OP I read they evacuated the island and that the dome of the crater was deforming due to pressure from a magma build up.

Is any of this true?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1534164

It is completely false!!!
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The Canary Islands Government says it has commenced an in-depth geological survey of El Hierro, the smallest of the islands, in an effort to determine the source of an earthquake swarm.
The unprecedented seismic activity commenced on 19 July. In excess of 6,000 earthquakes have been recorded up to 14 September 2011. More than two dozen tremors were recorded during Wednesday (14 Sept.) alone.
The vast majority of the tremors have been recorded in the northwest of the 278.5-square-kilometre island at El Golfo, the location of a massive landslide that created a 100-metre high tsunami almost 50,000 years ago. The earth tremors have ranged between 1 and 3 magnitude, the National Geographic Institute (IGN) reported.
However, the Volcanological Institute of the Canary Islands and Actualidad Volcánica de Canarias have both reported a sizeable decrease in the number of tremors recorded during the first two weeks of September, compared to the latter half of August.


[link to www.irishweatheronline.com]
 Quoting: Major StinkFoot


OP I read they evacuated the island and that the dome of the crater was deforming due to pressure from a magma build up.

Is any of this true?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1534164


no, it is not, and you know it.

fuck offfffffffff
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Re: Canary Islands Government Puzzled By El Hierro Earthquake Swarm
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Re: Canary Islands Government Puzzled By El Hierro Earthquake Swarm
The Canary Islands Government says it has commenced an in-depth geological survey of El Hierro, the smallest of the islands, in an effort to determine the source of an earthquake swarm.
The unprecedented seismic activity commenced on 19 July. In excess of 6,000 earthquakes have been recorded up to 14 September 2011. More than two dozen tremors were recorded during Wednesday (14 Sept.) alone.
The vast majority of the tremors have been recorded in the northwest of the 278.5-square-kilometre island at El Golfo, the location of a massive landslide that created a 100-metre high tsunami almost 50,000 years ago. The earth tremors have ranged between 1 and 3 magnitude, the National Geographic Institute (IGN) reported.
However, the Volcanological Institute of the Canary Islands and Actualidad Volcánica de Canarias have both reported a sizeable decrease in the number of tremors recorded during the first two weeks of September, compared to the latter half of August.


[link to www.irishweatheronline.com]
 Quoting: Major StinkFoot


OP I read they evacuated the island and that the dome of the crater was deforming due to pressure from a magma build up.

Is any of this true?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1534164

It is completely false!!!
 Quoting: From the Canary Islands 1557690

Aw sad

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Re: Canary Islands Government Puzzled By El Hierro Earthquake Swarm
New Canary Islands Quakes

2011-09-27 07:42:08.6
2hr 30min ago
27.68 N 18.07 W 16 2.6 CANARY ISLANDS, SPAIN REGION
2011-09-27 07:58:22.1
2hr 13min ago
27.69 N 18.08 W 16 2.6 CANARY ISLANDS, SPAIN REGION
2011-09-27 08:04:05.5
2hr 08min ago
27.70 N 18.09 W 15 2.9 CANARY ISLANDS, SPAIN REGION
2011-09-27 08:16:28.8
1hr 55min ago
27.67 N 18.08 W 12 2.6 CANARY ISLANDS, SPAIN REGION

And again........

2011-09-27 08:43:27.7
1hr 18min ago
27.68 N 18.08 W 15 2.7 CANARY ISLANDS, SPAIN REGION
2011-09-27 09:32:14.0
29min ago
28.00 N 17.79 W 5 3.4 CANARY ISLANDS, SPAIN REGION

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Re: Canary Islands Government Puzzled By El Hierro Earthquake Swarm
New Canary Islands Quakes

2011-09-27 07:42:08.6
2hr 30min ago
27.68 N 18.07 W 16 2.6 CANARY ISLANDS, SPAIN REGION
2011-09-27 07:58:22.1
2hr 13min ago
27.69 N 18.08 W 16 2.6 CANARY ISLANDS, SPAIN REGION
2011-09-27 08:04:05.5
2hr 08min ago
27.70 N 18.09 W 15 2.9 CANARY ISLANDS, SPAIN REGION
2011-09-27 08:16:28.8
1hr 55min ago
27.67 N 18.08 W 12 2.6 CANARY ISLANDS, SPAIN REGION

And again........

2011-09-27 08:43:27.7
1hr 18min ago
27.68 N 18.08 W 15 2.7 CANARY ISLANDS, SPAIN REGION
2011-09-27 09:32:14.0
29min ago
28.00 N 17.79 W 5 3.4 CANARY ISLANDS, SPAIN REGION

[link to www.emsc-csem.org]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1536703


2.6? was that actually felt? lol

We have that sort of force in the English Channel, it doesn't even ripple one's coffee
Lotus

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