September 6, 2012 at 17:40
There are a lot of worried islanders now commenting on the Avcan FB page this is part of a comment by Julius Sebastian he makes the point about thew surface layer under the island being very porous and permeable to the magma and asks could this be the reason the EQ’S are now low in strength? .
,,But what is clear is that under my point of view there is a very porous surface layer on the island of El Hierro which is relatively permeable to the magma which would make that the earthquakes were not very intense or almost non-existent. Why, and just why should be careful, because who tells us that the magma is there very close almost without us and why are so many smells and gases in Earth?. On the other hand, in the previous eruption, we were lucky that it was in the sea, and not caught anyone off guard. But, and if now out on the ground?, does daria rapid evacuation time?. Maybe before the eruption (if it occurs), notariamos jets of gases with many noise in a few hours before the departure of the lava itself. ,,
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September 6, 2012 at 17:44
This is the graph from EOSO that was under discussion on Avcan earlier this morning asking if this is infact an LP Earthquake.
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