La Palma volcano update: Tremor remains lower, but earthquakes pick up, magnitude 5.1 this morning

Ср, 3 ноя 2021, 07:36
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View of the eruption on La Palma at dawn today (image: Canarias TV live stream)
View of the eruption on La Palma at dawn today (image: Canarias TV live stream)
Current tremor amplitude past 7 days (IGN)
Current tremor amplitude past 7 days (IGN)
Activity continues with ash emissions from the main vent and lava effusion from the lower one, feeding most of it into a tube system.
An active lava flow breakout is visible on the webcam in the upper part of the lava flow field, but it seems to remain on top of older flows.
Volcanic tremor has continued to drop a bit, suggesting less magma is currently rising and arriving as lava, but earthquakes seem to have picked up again somewhat. Just minutes ago, a strong quake, with a preliminary magnitude of 5.1 occurred at 26 km depth minutes ago, but these data might be corrected still.

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Wed, 3 Nov 2021, 06:00
The eruption at La Palma continued during 2-9 November, characterized by Strombolian explosions and lava fountaining from multiple vents, advancing and branching lava flows, and daily ash emissions. Eruption details are based on official sources including PEVOLCA (Plan de Emergencias Volcánicas de Canarias) steering committee daily summaries. Volcanic tremor levels decreased around noon on 2 November and again during 4-5 November, and remained at low levels through 9 November. ... Read all
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