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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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Tech Raider, thanks for pulling in those links. The ones you posted are from the hourly page. Here is the 24 hour page, it's definitely condensed, but STILL definitely showing several events all at once. It appears as though the center of this event occurred around 1235-1245 hours, UTC.


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You can also see the 24 hour Hierro frequency page here


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In addition, here is a look at Gomera...normally siginificant activity shows up there as well, if it occurred at Hierro. It litearlly recorded NOTHING of this event on Hierro...the chart stopped recording at noon UTC. Nothing was recorded on the frequency chart either after noon UTC.


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Neither did La Palma or anything other island. Here is La Palma's graph

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However, La Palma's frequency chart AND seismograph went down and stopped recording just prior to this event. Nice how whenever something suspicious like this occurs, IGN often shuts down at least one of the graphs to disable comparisons. La Palma's frequency chart did show something...but just barely, rigt before Hierro shows this strange activity. It's very faint.

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The overall quakes for the day chart seems to have stopped counting just before noon UTC as well

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It's like the whole system went down or something. Not a single siemograph or frequency graph has reported anything since before noon UTC on ANY island other than Hierro. The overall numbers for the day graph is behind, and so is this one...the detailed listing of all quakes over a 1.5; the last quake on this graph was at 0921 hours, UTC. It was a 1.7, 24 km deep in Frontera.

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The only thing I can see that might be suggestive here is the fact that there was as much as 25mm change in deformation yesterday. Something may have slid open or shut under HI04?


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