La Palma Island has been unaccounted for for more than 3 months now, without realizing the vibrations of the volcano that erupted for the fifth day in a row.
Is the volcano sleeping? The island of La Palma, where the Cumbre Viza volcano erupted on September 19, has been quiet for five days now. Stopping lava flow, lowering the temperature in the abyss, reducing seismicity, etc. Although volcanic researchers are still cautious, many data tend to consider the outcome of the process.
Photo of the volcano building from the Lano del Jabel astronomical view at 11.00 am Canarian time / Photo of the volcano building from the Lano del Jabel astronomical view at 11.00 am Canarian time pic.twitter.com/KcneartsRh
– INVOLCAN (involcan) December 17, 2021
This Friday morning, the island’s seismic network again detected 96 earthquakes, 2 of which were slightly felt. One part of the quake focused at a relatively large depth between 41 and 36 kilometers above the surface, and the other at moderate levels, 7 to 16 kilometers.
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u25b6 ufe0f 96 earthquakes. 2 senses
u25b6 ufe0f 46 earthquakes 8-16 km, 47 over 30 km, 3 less than 3 km
u25b6 ufe0f Maximum 3.5 mbLg
u25b6 ufe0f Continues without trembling
u25b6 ufe0f Low Frequency Events (LP)
u25b6 ufe0f No emissions found
– IGN-CNIG (IGNSpain) December 17, 2021
But officials continue to be concerned about particles in high levels of toxic air, including carbon monoxide (CO).
Following the eruption, the scientific team said all indicators confirm the end of the eruption, but a safety period of ten days has been set to confirm the end of the volcanic eruption, which is the deadline associated with Christmas Day.
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