Date: October 5, 2021Author: Nwo Report
Seismic activity is slowly moving towards the southern part of La Palma. This is where a giant landslide could trigger a devastating tsunami.
Within the last 2 days, more than 115 earthquakes have been located in the southern area of the island of La Palma. Twelve of them were felt by the population and even four reaching an intensity III-IV in the epicentral zones. The largest earthquake, a M3.7, occurred at 19:14 UTC yesterday evening.
Earthquake swarm hits south part of the isalnd of La Palma – Tsunami ahead? Map via IGN
Something big is brewing! This guy even suggests a new volcano could soon start erupting on the southern part of the island… Terrifying, no?
As in previous days, the depths of the hypocenters are between 10-15 km with the exception of 6 earthquakes that hit at greater depths (30-36 km). This new swarm rattles the same area as the seismic series in 2017, 2018 and 2020.
The mean amplitude of the volcanic tremor has presented has presented different pulses in the last two days, coinciding with the moments in which the activity on the surface intensified.
The column height measured at 5:30 UTC is 4,500 m, a similar value on the previous days.
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