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Message Subject El Hierro / Canary Islands - Most Recent Information By The Most Diligent - And Recap Of Past Year
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[link to imageshack.us]

^^ i put the rough upwards measurements on the map of el hierro. click on the image to enlarge it

all data taken from..

[link to www.ign.es]

i wonder what data would be on the three charts 'not working' at the moment?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22580089


in the region of the cliffs has been the greatest uplift, with less and less uplift the further north east you go

now, what we need to find out is what is the failure strength of erupted and cooled basalt, in contact with the material which was on the slope when it was erupted on top of it.

[link to picasion.com]

we know the slope below those cliffs is 25 degrees steep and that these cliffs are one of three in the Canaries KNOWN to be at risk of collapse.

how much more uplift will it take, or will it go when DEFLATION begins? there are some incredible forces at work here

i would think it's pretty much certain that should the eruption actually come up through those cliffs it will dislodge them?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22580089


Earlier this year we read in the other thread about how the Canaries have sometimes changed what type of volcano they are. In fact, some of the lava that erupted from Hierro last year was decidely NOT basaltic material but instead, a hybrid of at least two types of magma. This is also probably the reason there were so many underground explosions going for a month or two...the magmas weren't getting along down there :)
 
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