Alert: Volcano eruption in La Palma could result in mega-tsunami

Discussion in 'The Signs of the Times' started by luz, Sep 14, 2021.

  1. "Quis ut Deus"

    "Quis ut Deus" Powers Staff Member

    Heavy rain, localised flooding and a new vent opens up south of the original cone spewing more lava...poor people of La Palma as if things couldnt get any worse, they just have..:(:(
     
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  2. Mary's child

    Mary's child Powers

    :(
     
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  3. BrianK

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  4. "Quis ut Deus"

    "Quis ut Deus" Powers Staff Member

    As predicted its all kicking off tonight all vents erupting and spewing lava.. Current live stream uploaded
     
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  5. padraig

    padraig Powers

    I hate yapping. :)
    So do the two dogs.:):):)
     
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  6. BrianK

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  8. BrianK

    BrianK Powers Staff Member

    This isn’t the behavior of a volcano winding down. The rate and volume and viscosity of the lava eruption is astounding
     
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  9. "Quis ut Deus"

    "Quis ut Deus" Powers Staff Member

    **Latest update from Discovery**

    The seismicity continues under the central area of Cumbre Vieja volcano in the same areas as before. A change in distribution of depth occurred although it is likely an effect of- most of the latest recorded earthquakes are located at depths 10-15 km and only 7 of them at depths greater than 30 km.
    The amplitude of the volcanic tremor signal continues to be low, but with very significant upwards spikes corresponding to the increased lava effusion phases, one likely in progress at the time of this update as there is a new tall spike visible.
    Inflation has restarted at the LP3 station closest to the vents. Likely, this means another pulse of magma underway, which (as a speculation) could be in relationship with last night's magnitude 4.8 quake.
    In the other stations, the slight deflation possibly related to deep seismicity has stabilized, IGN reported.
    Sulfur dioxide (SO2) emissions were at 5,250 tons per day.
    The current height of the cone was measured at 1,126 m. above sea level, but it's likely to continue to grow even more with time.
     
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