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Message Subject El Hierro / Canary Islands - Most Recent Information By The Most Diligent - And Recap Of Past Year
Poster Handle Anonymous Coward
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In discussing the potential of tsunami activity from the Canaries, this was obtained. Note...it has been stated many times in the geological world that an ample eruption on one island could trigger eruptions or land slides on other islands. We have already seen La Palma react to Hierro's quakes...and La Palma contains the most noted threat for tsunami action. However...Hierro shows the most recent and largest bulk land slides.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

"Computer modelling indicates that the resulting initial wave may attain a local amplitude (height) in excess of 600 metres (1,969 ft) and an initial peak to peak height that approximates to 2 kilometres (1 mi), and travel at about 1,000 kilometres per hour (621 mph) (approximately the speed of a jet aircraft), inundating the African coast in about 1 hour, the southern coast of England in about 3.5 hours, and the eastern seaboard of North America in about 6 hours, by which time the initial wave would have subsided into a succession of smaller ones each about 30 metres (98 ft) to 60 metres (197 ft) high. These may surge to several hundred metres in height and be several kilometres apart but retaining their original speed."

Probably the best visual of what a tsunami would do from La Palma. Check page 3 specifically. La Palma has been more studied however, Hierro offers just as much potential with an 8 mile long cliff wall facing East that is just over a 1.5km high. And, a cliff wall that faces south that is 7 miles long and is also 1.5km high. The cliffs facing East HAVE collapsed in the past and the residue stretches out some 30 miles East over cover a 10,000 feet drop in elevation from the top of the cliffs to the base of the sea floor in the Atlantic. This is one very tall island.

[link to standeyo.com]

A page where you can enter whatever sized wave you wish, choose a region, and it will show you the after effects of that wave

[link to maps.google.com]


AVCAN is the primary reporting source of most information that comes out of the Canaries. Here is their facebook page

[link to www.facebook.com]
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