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La erupción submarina de El Hierro comenzó, supuestamente, a las cinco de la mañana del 10 de octubre y no se descartan nuevas erupciones
Según ya se ha publicado en diversos medios de información, por qué en este tema parece que la autoridad competente en informar es inexistente, la erupción submarina a aproximadamente 5 kilómetros de La Restringa, costa de el sur de la isla de El Hierro, se ha a producido a 1.000 metros de profundidad, sin descartar nuevas vías de fuga de erupciones.
No one else seems to be dropping a reply to your question so I'll offer a try.
Originally posted by manticorex5
is this volcano a super volcano or something? because i all see about it here it's people trying to convince other people that there's no way that could create a tsunami etc so is not even really that dangerous like yellowstone?
On October 10 about 4:15 UTC (5:15 local time) in all the seismic stations of the volcano monitoring network in El Hierro National Geographic Institute (IGN) began register a sign of volcanic low-frequency tremor, which showed greater amplitude in the southernmost station on the island, in La Restinga. T
he recent analysis of GPS data Records show that the deformation has been observed in recent weeks has changed its trend. In the next few hours should be further analyzed evolution of this trend. About 16:00, a reconnaissance flight over the sea the south of the island were located many dead fish floating on the surface to about few kilometers from the coast in the area where seismic events were located low magnitude that occurred on October 9, with depths of about 2 km.
These data show the occurrence of a submarine eruption. It is estimated that the center issuer of this eruption is between 4 and 7 km from the southern tip of the island of El Hierro. This initial stage of the eruption requires careful and constant monitoring of the activity, to detect possible changes in the dynamics of the system. From the Center of Attention Permanent (CAP), located in La Restinga, will coordinate this surveillance, involving researchers and technicians from the National Geographic Institute and the Higher Council of Research
Originally posted by Bluesma
Hm. Interesting. I just realized that the dream I had about a month ago (and posted about on this site) seems to correspond to the location. I had dreamed of an eruption in this area, and tsunami that would hit our coast of South France here. I didn't think much further on it, because I just wasn't aware of any volcanoes there.
I can't help but watch this one! It would be strange if my dream ended up being accurate!
-It would also make me very glad my daughter changed her mind and didn't go the the university at Montpellier, where she'd be living on the coast.....