reply to post by Ophiuchus 13
Yes they happened only greatly increase the amount of, earthquakes are every days more and more shallow so very possibly soon start submarine
eruptions close to Frontera ..
CO2 levels in the building are very large island. If last week's non-tip technicians stood at 1,200 tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions per day, a
figure 3.5 times higher than normal on the island, the latest data collected on the day on Wednesday threw a rate higher than the 1,400 tons per day
In the south, where the eruption is located in the Sea of Calm, confirmed yesterday the Government of the Canaries after the analysis performed
by non-tip, the emission shows a downward trend compared to Sunday. If Sunday in eruptive mouth area, La Restinga, CO2 yielded a rate of 54,160 tonnes
per day, on Monday the index fell to 15,446 tons per day and up to 12,718 on Tuesday ..
This rate is obviously well above the ground is clear, because the emission is measured in an eruptive mouth already open, while on the island
building at the moment, no eruptive mouth open. The same happened with hydrogen sulfide (H2S), which over the last few days showed a downward trend
The surface water pH has also changed, and has gone from a rate of 7.97 to 5.45 surface to five feet deep. "This decrease of three units of PH is that
the media is supporting an acid concentration of a hundred thousand times higher than normal."
Above 900 is already considered an abnormal figure ..
Hope you enjoy in view "intergalactic fire", it's beautiful there and pity for these eruptions happened
Panorama of La Restinga to see where was submarine eruptions you can also zoom, image two day old ..
Live web cam of La Restinga, direction where was submarine eruptions ..
Don't post link they asked or >please< for it, or be overloaded very soon ..
Scientists at the Institute of Technology and Renewable Energies (ITER), an agency of the Cabildo Insular de Tenerife and which now form part of
volcanological Institute of the Canaries (non-tip), were able to estimate the emission of carbon dioxide (CO2) and sulfur hydrogen (H2S) into the
atmosphere by the submarine volcano of El Hierro. The emission of carbon dioxide (CO2) into the atmosphere grew to 54,160 tons a day estimates on
Sunday [Day 6], whereas the results of subsequent days yielded estimated emission values of the order of 15,446 [day 7 ] and 12,718 [day 8]
tonnes per day.
On the other hand, as to estimates of the emission of hydrogen sulfide (H2S) values were recorded 36, 15 and 12 tonnes per day. These results
have been reported by scientists at the non-tip in the direction of the Civil Protection Special Plan for Volcanic Risk in the Canary Islands
(PEVOLCA) given the interest they represent for the management of the volcanic crisis of El Hierro. The analysis of the temporal evolution of
emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2) and hydrogen sulfide (H2S) reflect a downward trend in their values over this short period of observation.
Measurements of carbon dioxide emissions (CO2) and hydrogen sulfide (H2S) have failed to materialize with the support and collaboration of the
Service of the Guardia Civil in the Canary Islands to perform these measurements in air mobile position combining the use of optical remote sensing
and COSPEC miniDOAS type, in order to estimate the emission of sulfur dioxide (SO2) using multiparameter portable instrument that has infrared and
electrochemical sensors that provide insight into the relationships of some of the major components volcanic gases such as CO2 / SO2 and H2S / SO2.
Non-tip is an institution demanded unanimously by the Senate (2005), Parliament of the Canary Islands (2006) and House of Representatives (2009) with
the aim of contributing to improving and optimizing the management of volcanic risk in Spain.
edit on 11-11-2011 by Dalke07 because: (no reason given)