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The monsters wakes up ! Katla Hekla Iceland Dead Zone and rift as uniform system ! A lot of others worldwide !

 
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1202861 31/03/2013 10:59:54 27.7110 -18.2727 20 Sentido 4.9 mbLg W FRONTERA.IHI
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People from la palma report feeling it on avcan fb.
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2013-03-31 11:18 UTC
- The situation might be changing with the strongest earthquake not of today but for the past years, a M4.9! At 20km depth and W FRONTERA, at sea.
- Shacking reported by many people around the island. [link to earthquake-report.com]
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2013-03-31 11:18 UTC
- The situation might be changing with the strongest earthquake not of today but for the past years, a M4.9! At 20km depth and W FRONTERA, at sea.
- Shacking reported by many people around the island. [link to earthquake-report.com]
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- We are receiving reports of strong shacking also at the island La Palma
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2013-03-31 11:18 UTC
- The situation might be changing with the strongest earthquake not of today but for the past years, a M4.9! At 20km depth and W FRONTERA, at sea.
- Shacking reported by many people around the island. [link to earthquake-report.com]
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- We are receiving reports of strong shacking also at the island La Palma
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yes, look more attentively ( not at 3d or even 4D amateur plots in vc tounge peace) at locations of the most strong eqs , including last : they are exactly at local fault line,
so that:
but that now much more important: the spanish volcanologists long overdue to think seriously about the general trend of processes occurring near the islands and attract them to a comprehensive analysis of good experts in the field of tectonics
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2013-03-31 11:18 UTC
- The situation might be changing with the strongest earthquake not of today but for the past years, a M4.9! At 20km depth and W FRONTERA, at sea.
- Shacking reported by many people around the island. [link to earthquake-report.com]
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- We are receiving reports of strong shacking also at the island La Palma
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yes, look more attentively ( not at 3d or even 4D amateur plots in vc tounge peace) at locations of the most strong eqs , including last : they are exactly at local fault line,
so that:
but that now much more important: the spanish volcanologists long overdue to think seriously about the general trend of processes occurring near the islands and attract them to a comprehensive analysis of good experts in the field of tectonics
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2013-03-31 11:18 UTC
- The situation might be changing with the strongest earthquake not of today but for the past years, a M4.9! At 20km depth and W FRONTERA, at sea.
- Shacking reported by many people around the island. [link to earthquake-report.com]
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- We are receiving reports of strong shacking also at the island La Palma
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yes, look more attentively ( not at 3d or even 4D amateur plots in vc tounge peace) at locations of the most strong eqs , including last : they are exactly at local fault line,
so that:
but that now much more important: the spanish volcanologists long overdue to think seriously about the general trend of processes occurring near the islands and attract them to a comprehensive analysis of good experts in the field of tectonics
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this map for example
[link to static2.emsc.eu]
depth of epicenter was only 10 km
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2013-03-31 11:18 UTC
- The situation might be changing with the strongest earthquake not of today but for the past years, a M4.9! At 20km depth and W FRONTERA, at sea.
- Shacking reported by many people around the island. [link to earthquake-report.com]
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- We are receiving reports of strong shacking also at the island La Palma
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yes, look more attentively ( not at 3d or even 4D amateur plots in vc tounge peace) at locations of the most strong eqs , including last : they are exactly at local fault line,
so that:
but that now much more important: the spanish volcanologists long overdue to think seriously about the general trend of processes occurring near the islands and attract them to a comprehensive analysis of good experts in the field of tectonics
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this map for example
[link to static2.emsc.eu]
depth of epicenter was only 10 km
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no accident that volcanologists (not amateurs) in relation to events around the Canary Islands used (read above) the term "seismic" (not volcanic!) crisis ohyeah
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2013-03-31 11:18 UTC
- The situation might be changing with the strongest earthquake not of today but for the past years, a M4.9! At 20km depth and W FRONTERA, at sea.
- Shacking reported by many people around the island. [link to earthquake-report.com]
 Quoting: Luisport


- We are receiving reports of strong shacking also at the island La Palma
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yes, look more attentively ( not at 3d or even 4D amateur plots in vc tounge peace) at locations of the most strong eqs , including last : they are exactly at local fault line,
so that:
but that now much more important: the spanish volcanologists long overdue to think seriously about the general trend of processes occurring near the islands and attract them to a comprehensive analysis of good experts in the field of tectonics
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 37151480

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this map for example
[link to static2.emsc.eu]
depth of epicenter was only 10 km
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all day continued fun "dancing with a tambourine" around the magnitude of the strongest held still eqs: it was lowered to 4.6, then rose again to 4.9, etc.
but the most interesting and funny is not even that. against the background noise of this "dances" quietly and unobtrusively the location of the stongest eq epicenter was significantly moved, even at EMSC site:
originally it was exactly at fault line between El Hierro and La Palma, far to the north of El Hierro - now it's location to the west of El Hierro :
[link to static3.emsc.eu]
tounge
i guess it is very unlikely that we will get intelligible explanation why in this case it strongly felt even on the island of La Palma (a lot messages about was today) ohyeah
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22 volcanoes in #Indonesia on raised alert status.
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The marine geology commented yesterday that there does lurk the possibility of a landslide causing a Tsunami.


..La actividad sísmica continua en las inmediaciones de la isla, amenazando con posibles episodios volcánicos, a pesar de que la incertidumbre del evento es muy alta y no sabemos ni cuando ni donde podría presentarse. Mientras escribo estas lineas se comenta en los noticieros el terremoto de magnitud 4.9 que ha sucedido este medio dia y que ha sido sentido claramente por la población. Se produjo un importante desprendimiento de ladera con caida de bloques y material disgregado en las cercanías de Pozo Perejil. Uno de los efectos inmediatos de los terremotos son precisamente los deslizamientos de tierra tan abundantes en la isla de El Hierro. No se nos oculta el riesgo tsunamigénico que afecta a la isla, en caso de producirse un importante deslizamiento en las vertientes acantiladas que dan al mar y sobre los cuales ya hay modelos matemáticos avanzados..

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..Continuous seismic activity in the vicinity of the island, threatening possible volcanic episodes, while the uncertainty of the event is very high and we don't even know when or where could arise. As I write these lines discussed in the news the earthquake of magnitude 4.9 that has occurred this noon and has been clearly felt by the population. There was an important detachment of slope with falling blocks and material disintegrated in the vicinity of Parsley well. One of the immediate effects of earthquakes are landslides so abundant in El Hierro island. Not hidden us risk tsunamigenico affecting the island, in the event of a major landslide in the steep slopes that already give the sea and about which there are advanced mathematical models...

[link to geologiamarina.blogspot.com.es]
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The marine geology commented yesterday that there does lurk the possibility of a landslide causing a Tsunami.


..La actividad sísmica continua en las inmediaciones de la isla, amenazando con posibles episodios volcánicos, a pesar de que la incertidumbre del evento es muy alta y no sabemos ni cuando ni donde podría presentarse. Mientras escribo estas lineas se comenta en los noticieros el terremoto de magnitud 4.9 que ha sucedido este medio dia y que ha sido sentido claramente por la población. Se produjo un importante desprendimiento de ladera con caida de bloques y material disgregado en las cercanías de Pozo Perejil. Uno de los efectos inmediatos de los terremotos son precisamente los deslizamientos de tierra tan abundantes en la isla de El Hierro. No se nos oculta el riesgo tsunamigénico que afecta a la isla, en caso de producirse un importante deslizamiento en las vertientes acantiladas que dan al mar y sobre los cuales ya hay modelos matemáticos avanzados..

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..Continuous seismic activity in the vicinity of the island, threatening possible volcanic episodes, while the uncertainty of the event is very high and we don't even know when or where could arise. As I write these lines discussed in the news the earthquake of magnitude 4.9 that has occurred this noon and has been clearly felt by the population. There was an important detachment of slope with falling blocks and material disintegrated in the vicinity of Parsley well. One of the immediate effects of earthquakes are landslides so abundant in El Hierro island. Not hidden us risk tsunamigenico affecting the island, in the event of a major landslide in the steep slopes that already give the sea and about which there are advanced mathematical models...

[link to geologiamarina.blogspot.com.es]
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The marine geology commented yesterday that there does lurk the possibility of a landslide causing a Tsunami.


..La actividad sísmica continua en las inmediaciones de la isla, amenazando con posibles episodios volcánicos, a pesar de que la incertidumbre del evento es muy alta y no sabemos ni cuando ni donde podría presentarse. Mientras escribo estas lineas se comenta en los noticieros el terremoto de magnitud 4.9 que ha sucedido este medio dia y que ha sido sentido claramente por la población. Se produjo un importante desprendimiento de ladera con caida de bloques y material disgregado en las cercanías de Pozo Perejil. Uno de los efectos inmediatos de los terremotos son precisamente los deslizamientos de tierra tan abundantes en la isla de El Hierro. No se nos oculta el riesgo tsunamigénico que afecta a la isla, en caso de producirse un importante deslizamiento en las vertientes acantiladas que dan al mar y sobre los cuales ya hay modelos matemáticos avanzados..

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..Continuous seismic activity in the vicinity of the island, threatening possible volcanic episodes, while the uncertainty of the event is very high and we don't even know when or where could arise. As I write these lines discussed in the news the earthquake of magnitude 4.9 that has occurred this noon and has been clearly felt by the population. There was an important detachment of slope with falling blocks and material disintegrated in the vicinity of Parsley well. One of the immediate effects of earthquakes are landslides so abundant in El Hierro island. Not hidden us risk tsunamigenico affecting the island, in the event of a major landslide in the steep slopes that already give the sea and about which there are advanced mathematical models...

[link to geologiamarina.blogspot.com.es]
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exactly that and pay attention here for 2-3 days ago and a lot earlier

but that now much more important: the spanish volcanologists long overdue to think seriously about the general trend of processes occurring near the islands and attract them to a comprehensive analysis of good experts in the field of tectonics
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hf
watching the last days of one eye and for Etna, and that's what an interesting correlation comes to mind:
active Etna - Canary sleep,
quietly on Etna - begins the next El Hierro "crisis".
brings to mind an open German geophysicists huge lava "tunnel" from the Canary Islands under mountains in Morocco and Tunisia - perhaps even to Sicily? cool2
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then the question :
Etna seems going "up"
[link to www.ct.ingv.it]
if it confirms, then is whether the El Hierro seismic crisis ends ? wakeup
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[link to www.youtube.com]
Boris Behncke

During all of my public presentations about Mount Etna, I try to end the show with a most glorious and spectacular bit of movie and music - some of these are already in my YouTube video collection (such as the 29 August 2011 and 5 January 2012 movie clips). For many years, before the resumption of lava fountains at Etna in January 2011, I showed a "Gran Finale" with footage of the lava fountains at the Southeast Crater in the year 2000; however, much of that footage was not mine, and I always hoped that one day I would have enough of my own video material to create a new "Gran Finale" out of it. A few bits came on quite soon, but it took a long time to get other good shots I absolutely wanted, especially of those fabulous exploding lava bubbles that sometimes occur at the end of an episode of lava fountaining. Well, now I have so much of my own material that it is difficult to choose the bits that should go in the new "Gran Finale". But slowly, very slowly, things are coming together, and here's a short video showing the first minute of the new "Grand Finale"...
comes with an unedited live version of "Los Endos" by the fabulous Genesis...

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interesting...since the beginning of the El Hierro "seismic crisis" was no one Etna's paroxysm, although before it starts they came at Etna one by one...
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especially for the idiots that are poorly versed in the subject matter (it's not 1st April joke ohyeah):

Duggen S., Hoernle K.A., Hauff F., Klügel A., Bouabdellah M., and Thirlwall M.F., 2009:
Flow of Canary mantle plume material through a subcontinental lithospheric corridor beneath Africa to the Mediterranean. Geology, 37 (3), 283-286.

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dude that camera is shaking bad!!
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#Sheveluch volcano, #Kamchatka. Ash 18,000 ft altitude extending east.
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then the question :
Etna seems going "up"
[link to www.ct.ingv.it]
if it confirms, then is whether the El Hierro seismic crisis ends ? wakeup
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[link to www.youtube.com]
Boris Behncke

During all of my public presentations about Mount Etna, I try to end the show with a most glorious and spectacular bit of movie and music - some of these are already in my YouTube video collection (such as the 29 August 2011 and 5 January 2012 movie clips). For many years, before the resumption of lava fountains at Etna in January 2011, I showed a "Gran Finale" with footage of the lava fountains at the Southeast Crater in the year 2000; however, much of that footage was not mine, and I always hoped that one day I would have enough of my own video material to create a new "Gran Finale" out of it. A few bits came on quite soon, but it took a long time to get other good shots I absolutely wanted, especially of those fabulous exploding lava bubbles that sometimes occur at the end of an episode of lava fountaining. Well, now I have so much of my own material that it is difficult to choose the bits that should go in the new "Gran Finale". But slowly, very slowly, things are coming together, and here's a short video showing the first minute of the new "Grand Finale"...
comes with an unedited live version of "Los Endos" by the fabulous Genesis...

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 37151480


interesting...since the beginning of the El Hierro "seismic crisis" was no one Etna's paroxysm, although before it starts they came at Etna one by one...
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especially for the idiots that are poorly versed in the subject matter (it's not 1st April joke ohyeah):

Duggen S., Hoernle K.A., Hauff F., Klügel A., Bouabdellah M., and Thirlwall M.F., 2009:
Flow of Canary mantle plume material through a subcontinental lithospheric corridor beneath Africa to the Mediterranean. Geology, 37 (3), 283-286.

pic
[link to www.oceanographers.ru]
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dude that camera is shaking bad!!
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more specially for you, dude rockon

[link to geology.gsapubs.org]
Flow of Canary mantle plume material through a subcontinental lithospheric corridor beneath Africa to the Mediterranean
S. Duggen1,2,*, K.A. Hoernle1, F. Hauff1, A. Klügel3, M. Bouabdellah4 and M.F. Thirlwall2
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We present geochemical data of lavas from northwest Africa, allowing us for the first time to carry out large-scale “mapping” of sublithospheric mantle flow beneath the northwest African plate.

Our study indicates that Canary mantle plume material traveled laterally along a subcontinental lithospheric corridor (i.e., at depths that are usually occupied by continental lithospheric mantle) more than 1500 km to the western Mediterranean, marking its route over the last 15 m.y. through a trail of intraplate volcanism. A three-dimensional geodynamic reconstruction, integrating results from geophysical studies, illustrates that long-distance lateral flow of mantle material into and through a subcontinental lithospheric corridor can be caused by a combination of (1) deflection of upwelling plume material along the base of the lithosphere, (2) delamination of subcontinental mantle lithosphere beneath northwest Africa, and (3) subduction suction related to the rollback of the subducting oceanic plate in the western Mediterranean. Although the flow of plume material beneath oceanic lithosphere to mid-ocean ridges or along the base of continental rifts has been previously shown, this study demonstrates that plume material can also flow large lateral distances through subcontinental corridors from suboceanic to nonrifting subcontinental settings, generating continental intra-plate volcanism without the need for a plume to be located directly beneath the continent.

...The three-dimensional model illustrates how Canary mantle plume material flows along the base of the oceanic lithosphere that thins to the east (Neumann et al., 1995) and into the subcontinental lithospheric corridor beneath the Atlas system, reaching the western Mediterranean:
[link to geology.gsapubs.org]

...Elevated topography, high heat flow, and gravity and geoid anomalies point to the existence of an abnormally shallow lithosphere-asthenosphere boundary beneath the western part of the Atlas system (60–80 km, compared to 130–160 km for normal northwest African lithospheric thickness), as illustrated on six lithospheric profiles across northwest Africa (Urchulutegui et al., 2006; Missenard et al., 2006; Teixell et al., 2005) (Fig. 1). The region of abnormally thin lithosphere forms a northeast-striking subcontinental lithospheric corridor beneath northwest Africa...

...This study allows the northwest African upper mantle composition to be mapped for the first time and provides new constraints for mantle flow and the origin of continental intraplate volcanism....

Evidence for Flow of Canary Mantle Plume Material Through a Subcontinental Lithospheric Corridor Beneath Northwest Africa

...The geochemical and geophysical constraints now available suggest that Canary mantle plume material only flowed laterally beneath northwest Africa through a lithospheric corridor, causing continental intraplate volcanism above it...

It has been shown that flow of mantle plume material can take place beneath oceanic lithosphere to mid-ocean ridges (Schilling, 1973) or along the base of continental rifts (Ebinger and Sleep, 1998). Our study demonstrates that plume material can flow large lateral distances from suboceanic to nonrifting subcontinental settings through subcontinental corridors also, causing continental intraplate volcanism without the need for a plume to be located directly beneath the continent...

Without flow of Canary mantle plume material into the northwest African subcontinental lithospheric corridor, volcanism on the easternmost Canary Islands is likely to have been extinct long ago or at most to have generated only minor volumes of lava. ...

© 2009 Geological Society of America
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also useful reading tounge
[link to www.researchgate.net]
Electrical_signature_of_modern_and_ancient_tectonic_processe​s_in_the_crust_of_the_Atlas_mountains_of_MoroccoARTICLE IN PRESSG ModelPEPI-5376; No. of Pages 7 Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors
...The first anomaly , below the Moulouya plain , we interpret as due to the presence of small amounts of partial melt in the Atlas crustal root, the consequence of either the Canary mantle plume flow or thermal erosion of a metasomatized lithosphere...
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Granyia says:

April 1, 2013 at 20:44


Avachinsky: For the first time as long as this webcam is online (09/2011) I see such strong activity on Avachinsky, 25 km to the north-east of the town of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsk. There have been some wisps of steam sometimes, but never so strong and long lasting.
[link to oi47.tinypic.com]
Webcam here:
[link to www.kscnet.ru]

Also, Gorely is showing a healthy steam plume, as quite often lately.
[link to www.malinpebbles.com]
[link to volcanocafe.wordpress.com]

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Granyia says:

April 1, 2013 at 20:44


Avachinsky: For the first time as long as this webcam is online (09/2011) I see such strong activity on Avachinsky, 25 km to the north-east of the town of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsk. There have been some wisps of steam sometimes, but never so strong and long lasting.
[link to oi47.tinypic.com]
Webcam here:
[link to www.kscnet.ru]

Also, Gorely is showing a healthy steam plume, as quite often lately.
[link to www.malinpebbles.com]
[link to volcanocafe.wordpress.com]
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Geological history

Avachinsky lies on the Pacific Ring of Fire, at a point where the Pacific Plate is sliding underneath the Eurasian Plate at a rate of about 80 mm/year. A wedge of mantle material lying between the subducting Pacific Plate and the overlying Eurasian Plate is the source of dynamic volcanism over the whole Kamchatka Peninsula.

The volcano is one of the most active volcanoes on the Kamchatka Peninsula, and began erupting in the middle to late Pleistocene era. It has a horseshoe-shaped caldera, which formed 30-40,000 years ago in a major landslide which covered an area of 500 km² south of the volcano, underlying the city of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky. Reconstruction of a new cone inside the caldera occurred in two major eruption phases, 18,000 and 7,000 years ago.[
Recent activity

Avachinsky has erupted at least 16 times in recorded history. Eruptions have generally been explosive, and pyroclastic flows and lahars have tended to be directed to the south west by the breached caldera. The most recent large eruption (VEI=4) occurred in 1945, when about 0.25 km³ of magma was ejected. The volcano has since had small eruptions in 1991 and 2001.

The volcano continues to experience frequent earthquakes, and many fumaroles exist near the summit. The temperature of gases emitted at these fumaroles has been measured at over 400°C. In light of its proximity to Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, Avachinsky was designated a Decade Volcano in 1996 as part of the United Nations' International Decade for Natural Disaster Reduction, together with the nearby Koryaksky volcano.
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then the question :
Etna seems going "up"
[link to www.ct.ingv.it]
if it confirms, then is whether the El Hierro seismic crisis ends ? wakeup
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Boris Behncke

During all of my public presentations about Mount Etna, I try to end the show with a most glorious and spectacular bit of movie and music - some of these are already in my YouTube video collection (such as the 29 August 2011 and 5 January 2012 movie clips). For many years, before the resumption of lava fountains at Etna in January 2011, I showed a "Gran Finale" with footage of the lava fountains at the Southeast Crater in the year 2000; however, much of that footage was not mine, and I always hoped that one day I would have enough of my own video material to create a new "Gran Finale" out of it. A few bits came on quite soon, but it took a long time to get other good shots I absolutely wanted, especially of those fabulous exploding lava bubbles that sometimes occur at the end of an episode of lava fountaining. Well, now I have so much of my own material that it is difficult to choose the bits that should go in the new "Gran Finale". But slowly, very slowly, things are coming together, and here's a short video showing the first minute of the new "Grand Finale"...
comes with an unedited live version of "Los Endos" by the fabulous Genesis...

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interesting...since the beginning of the El Hierro "seismic crisis" was no one Etna's paroxysm, although before it starts they came at Etna one by one...
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especially for the idiots that are poorly versed in the subject matter (it's not 1st April joke ohyeah):

Duggen S., Hoernle K.A., Hauff F., Klügel A., Bouabdellah M., and Thirlwall M.F., 2009:
Flow of Canary mantle plume material through a subcontinental lithospheric corridor beneath Africa to the Mediterranean. Geology, 37 (3), 283-286.

pic
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weak glow likely Etna NE crater banana
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more specially for you, dude rockon

[link to geology.gsapubs.org]
Flow of Canary mantle plume material through a subcontinental lithospheric corridor beneath Africa to the Mediterranean
S. Duggen1,2,*, K.A. Hoernle1, F. Hauff1, A. Klügel3, M. Bouabdellah4 and M.F. Thirlwall2
full text


Abstarct
We present geochemical data of lavas from northwest Africa, allowing us for the first time to carry out large-scale “mapping” of sublithospheric mantle flow beneath the northwest African plate.

Our study indicates that Canary mantle plume material traveled laterally along a subcontinental lithospheric corridor (i.e., at depths that are usually occupied by continental lithospheric mantle) more than 1500 km to the western Mediterranean, marking its route over the last 15 m.y. through a trail of intraplate volcanism. A three-dimensional geodynamic reconstruction, integrating results from geophysical studies, illustrates that long-distance lateral flow of mantle material into and through a subcontinental lithospheric corridor can be caused by a combination of (1) deflection of upwelling plume material along the base of the lithosphere, (2) delamination of subcontinental mantle lithosphere beneath northwest Africa, and (3) subduction suction related to the rollback of the subducting oceanic plate in the western Mediterranean. Although the flow of plume material beneath oceanic lithosphere to mid-ocean ridges or along the base of continental rifts has been previously shown, this study demonstrates that plume material can also flow large lateral distances through subcontinental corridors from suboceanic to nonrifting subcontinental settings, generating continental intra-plate volcanism without the need for a plume to be located directly beneath the continent.

...The three-dimensional model illustrates how Canary mantle plume material flows along the base of the oceanic lithosphere that thins to the east (Neumann et al., 1995) and into the subcontinental lithospheric corridor beneath the Atlas system, reaching the western Mediterranean:
[link to geology.gsapubs.org]

...Elevated topography, high heat flow, and gravity and geoid anomalies point to the existence of an abnormally shallow lithosphere-asthenosphere boundary beneath the western part of the Atlas system (60–80 km, compared to 130–160 km for normal northwest African lithospheric thickness), as illustrated on six lithospheric profiles across northwest Africa (Urchulutegui et al., 2006; Missenard et al., 2006; Teixell et al., 2005) (Fig. 1). The region of abnormally thin lithosphere forms a northeast-striking subcontinental lithospheric corridor beneath northwest Africa...

...This study allows the northwest African upper mantle composition to be mapped for the first time and provides new constraints for mantle flow and the origin of continental intraplate volcanism....

Evidence for Flow of Canary Mantle Plume Material Through a Subcontinental Lithospheric Corridor Beneath Northwest Africa

...The geochemical and geophysical constraints now available suggest that Canary mantle plume material only flowed laterally beneath northwest Africa through a lithospheric corridor, causing continental intraplate volcanism above it...

It has been shown that flow of mantle plume material can take place beneath oceanic lithosphere to mid-ocean ridges (Schilling, 1973) or along the base of continental rifts (Ebinger and Sleep, 1998). Our study demonstrates that plume material can flow large lateral distances from suboceanic to nonrifting subcontinental settings through subcontinental corridors also, causing continental intraplate volcanism without the need for a plume to be located directly beneath the continent...

Without flow of Canary mantle plume material into the northwest African subcontinental lithospheric corridor, volcanism on the easternmost Canary Islands is likely to have been extinct long ago or at most to have generated only minor volumes of lava. ...

© 2009 Geological Society of America
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bump hierro going to shleep
chuckle
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more specially for you, dude rockon

[link to geology.gsapubs.org]
Flow of Canary mantle plume material through a subcontinental lithospheric corridor beneath Africa to the Mediterranean
S. Duggen1,2,*, K.A. Hoernle1, F. Hauff1, A. Klügel3, M. Bouabdellah4 and M.F. Thirlwall2
full text


Abstarct
We present geochemical data of lavas from northwest Africa, allowing us for the first time to carry out large-scale “mapping” of sublithospheric mantle flow beneath the northwest African plate.

Our study indicates that Canary mantle plume material traveled laterally along a subcontinental lithospheric corridor (i.e., at depths that are usually occupied by continental lithospheric mantle) more than 1500 km to the western Mediterranean, marking its route over the last 15 m.y. through a trail of intraplate volcanism. A three-dimensional geodynamic reconstruction, integrating results from geophysical studies, illustrates that long-distance lateral flow of mantle material into and through a subcontinental lithospheric corridor can be caused by a combination of (1) deflection of upwelling plume material along the base of the lithosphere, (2) delamination of subcontinental mantle lithosphere beneath northwest Africa, and (3) subduction suction related to the rollback of the subducting oceanic plate in the western Mediterranean. Although the flow of plume material beneath oceanic lithosphere to mid-ocean ridges or along the base of continental rifts has been previously shown, this study demonstrates that plume material can also flow large lateral distances through subcontinental corridors from suboceanic to nonrifting subcontinental settings, generating continental intra-plate volcanism without the need for a plume to be located directly beneath the continent.

...The three-dimensional model illustrates how Canary mantle plume material flows along the base of the oceanic lithosphere that thins to the east (Neumann et al., 1995) and into the subcontinental lithospheric corridor beneath the Atlas system, reaching the western Mediterranean:
[link to geology.gsapubs.org]

...Elevated topography, high heat flow, and gravity and geoid anomalies point to the existence of an abnormally shallow lithosphere-asthenosphere boundary beneath the western part of the Atlas system (60–80 km, compared to 130–160 km for normal northwest African lithospheric thickness), as illustrated on six lithospheric profiles across northwest Africa (Urchulutegui et al., 2006; Missenard et al., 2006; Teixell et al., 2005) (Fig. 1). The region of abnormally thin lithosphere forms a northeast-striking subcontinental lithospheric corridor beneath northwest Africa...

...This study allows the northwest African upper mantle composition to be mapped for the first time and provides new constraints for mantle flow and the origin of continental intraplate volcanism....

Evidence for Flow of Canary Mantle Plume Material Through a Subcontinental Lithospheric Corridor Beneath Northwest Africa

...The geochemical and geophysical constraints now available suggest that Canary mantle plume material only flowed laterally beneath northwest Africa through a lithospheric corridor, causing continental intraplate volcanism above it...

It has been shown that flow of mantle plume material can take place beneath oceanic lithosphere to mid-ocean ridges (Schilling, 1973) or along the base of continental rifts (Ebinger and Sleep, 1998). Our study demonstrates that plume material can flow large lateral distances from suboceanic to nonrifting subcontinental settings through subcontinental corridors also, causing continental intraplate volcanism without the need for a plume to be located directly beneath the continent...

Without flow of Canary mantle plume material into the northwest African subcontinental lithospheric corridor, volcanism on the easternmost Canary Islands is likely to have been extinct long ago or at most to have generated only minor volumes of lava. ...

© 2009 Geological Society of America
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bump hierro going to shleep
chuckle
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hmm... forecasted here 5+ still has not taken place .. though ... officially estimated as 4.9 was estimated by El Hierro population more than 5 cool2
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watching the last days of one eye and for Etna, and that's what an interesting correlation comes to mind:
active Etna - Canary sleep,
quietly on Etna - begins the next El Hierro "crisis".
brings to mind an open German geophysicists huge lava "tunnel" from the Canary Islands under mountains in Morocco and Tunisia - perhaps even to Sicily? cool2

then the question :
Etna seems going "up"
[link to www.ct.ingv.it]
if it confirms, then is whether the El Hierro seismic crisis ends ? wakeup

interesting...since the beginning of the El Hierro "seismic crisis" was no one Etna's paroxysm, although before it starts they came at Etna one by one...


especially for the idiots that are poorly versed in the subject matter (it's not 1st April joke ohyeah):

Duggen S., Hoernle K.A., Hauff F., Klügel A., Bouabdellah M., and Thirlwall M.F., 2009:
Flow of Canary mantle plume material through a subcontinental lithospheric corridor beneath Africa to the Mediterranean. Geology, 37 (3), 283-286.

pic
[link to www.oceanographers.ru]


weak glow likely Etna NE crater banana

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this, Cuad webcam?
[link to www.ct.ingv.it]
really looks like
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dude that camera is shaking bad!!
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more specially for you, dude rockon

[link to geology.gsapubs.org]
Flow of Canary mantle plume material through a subcontinental lithospheric corridor beneath Africa to the Mediterranean
S. Duggen1,2,*, K.A. Hoernle1, F. Hauff1, A. Klügel3, M. Bouabdellah4 and M.F. Thirlwall2
full text


Abstarct
We present geochemical data of lavas from northwest Africa, allowing us for the first time to carry out large-scale “mapping” of sublithospheric mantle flow beneath the northwest African plate.

Our study indicates that Canary mantle plume material traveled laterally along a subcontinental lithospheric corridor (i.e., at depths that are usually occupied by continental lithospheric mantle) more than 1500 km to the western Mediterranean, marking its route over the last 15 m.y. through a trail of intraplate volcanism. A three-dimensional geodynamic reconstruction, integrating results from geophysical studies, illustrates that long-distance lateral flow of mantle material into and through a subcontinental lithospheric corridor can be caused by a combination of (1) deflection of upwelling plume material along the base of the lithosphere, (2) delamination of subcontinental mantle lithosphere beneath northwest Africa, and (3) subduction suction related to the rollback of the subducting oceanic plate in the western Mediterranean. Although the flow of plume material beneath oceanic lithosphere to mid-ocean ridges or along the base of continental rifts has been previously shown, this study demonstrates that plume material can also flow large lateral distances through subcontinental corridors from suboceanic to nonrifting subcontinental settings, generating continental intra-plate volcanism without the need for a plume to be located directly beneath the continent.

...The three-dimensional model illustrates how Canary mantle plume material flows along the base of the oceanic lithosphere that thins to the east (Neumann et al., 1995) and into the subcontinental lithospheric corridor beneath the Atlas system, reaching the western Mediterranean:
[link to geology.gsapubs.org]

...Elevated topography, high heat flow, and gravity and geoid anomalies point to the existence of an abnormally shallow lithosphere-asthenosphere boundary beneath the western part of the Atlas system (60–80 km, compared to 130–160 km for normal northwest African lithospheric thickness), as illustrated on six lithospheric profiles across northwest Africa (Urchulutegui et al., 2006; Missenard et al., 2006; Teixell et al., 2005) (Fig. 1). The region of abnormally thin lithosphere forms a northeast-striking subcontinental lithospheric corridor beneath northwest Africa...

...This study allows the northwest African upper mantle composition to be mapped for the first time and provides new constraints for mantle flow and the origin of continental intraplate volcanism....

Evidence for Flow of Canary Mantle Plume Material Through a Subcontinental Lithospheric Corridor Beneath Northwest Africa

...The geochemical and geophysical constraints now available suggest that Canary mantle plume material only flowed laterally beneath northwest Africa through a lithospheric corridor, causing continental intraplate volcanism above it...

It has been shown that flow of mantle plume material can take place beneath oceanic lithosphere to mid-ocean ridges (Schilling, 1973) or along the base of continental rifts (Ebinger and Sleep, 1998). Our study demonstrates that plume material can flow large lateral distances from suboceanic to nonrifting subcontinental settings through subcontinental corridors also, causing continental intraplate volcanism without the need for a plume to be located directly beneath the continent...

Without flow of Canary mantle plume material into the northwest African subcontinental lithospheric corridor, volcanism on the easternmost Canary Islands is likely to have been extinct long ago or at most to have generated only minor volumes of lava. ...

© 2009 Geological Society of America
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bump hierro going to shleep
chuckle
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hmm... forecasted here 5+ still has not taken place .. though ... officially estimated as 4.9 was estimated by El Hierro population more than 5 cool2
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EH calm.

near Etna
[link to www.emsc-csem.org]
Magnitude ML 2.8
Region SICILY, ITALY
Date time 2013-04-02 01:10:52.0 UTC
Location 37.81 N ; 15.59 E
Depth 10 km
map [link to static1.emsc.eu]

and strong tectonic eq swarm , till 5,2 , in TFZ near Grimsey (Grimsey also seems calm)
[link to en.vedur.is]
[link to hraun.vedur.is]
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Batu Tara volcano, #Indonesia. Ash 8000 ft altitude extending 30 nautical miles northeast.
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Oystein Lund Andersen • 6 hours ago −
Anak Krakatau erupted several times in March. I posted a report and photos/videos of activity from the 28th-31th March, here:
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and strong tectonic eq swarm , till 5,2 , in TFZ near Grimsey (Grimsey also seems calm)
[link to en.vedur.is]
[link to hraun.vedur.is]
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still continues,
and interesting reaction on it of Hekla seismicity
(bottom of chart)
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