The Earth has never shaken in recent weeks in La Palma in the Canary Islands, where the activity of the Gumbre Viza volcano is still of great concern. 37 earthquakes were recorded in a few hours.
Then “Tsunami de Love” The epicenter was reported below the Pacific Ocean floor, however; no tsunami alert was issued.
From Friday to Saturday night, less than 37 earthquakes were reported on the island of La Palma, one of which was 4.6 on the Richter scale. It has been very powerful since the eruption of the Gumbre Viza volcano. The quake measured 4.5 on the Richter scale. In all, 4 of these 37 earthquakes had a magnitude greater than 4, already the day before, an earthquake 4.5 Recorded on the island.
All of this is not good for many hours as the lava flows at a fast pace. This Saturday, at noon, she traveled 1.3 kilometers per hour …
At 11.00 a.m. Canary Time the volcanic flow that surpassed Mount La Laguna yesterday receives a volcano flowing at 1300 m / h / 11.00. Flows at 1300 m / h pic.twitter.com/YZR6fwWjkw
– INVOLCAN (@involcan) October 16, 2021
An exceptional flow taken by the Sentinel 2 satellite, which shows the magnitude of the volcanic flow south of the island.
As for the new volcanic mouth that appeared on Friday and is located 300 m south of the main gate, experts have finally noted that it is an old mouth again due to the recent eruption. Since this Saturday, she has been spitting mainly ashes.
After the earthquakes recorded on September 15, the Gumbre Viza volcano erupted on September 19. For nearly a month, the lava covered 736.9 hectares and even occupied the ocean.
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