La Palma dawns with 21 earthquakes, one of them of magnitude 4.8

The earthquakes continue to shake La Palma. Since last midnight, until 08:23 hours this Sunday, November 14, the Volcanic Surveillance Network of the National Geographic Institute (IGN) on the Island has located 21 earthquakes in the area of ​​Cumbre Vieja linked to the eruptive process that began on September 19, this day 57 days ago. This figure, with respect to the one registered yesterday Saturday in the same period, represents a rebound.

La Palma wakes up shaken by another magnitude 5 earthquake, but has only recorded four earthquakes since midnight

La Palma wakes up shaken by another magnitude 5 earthquake, but has only recorded four earthquakes since midnight

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The most powerful tremor in this Sunday’s series reached a magnitude of 4.7 on the mbLg scale, with an intensity III-IV (felt by the population). It was located in Villa de Mazo, at 5:24 am, at a depth of 37 kilometers (km). In this same municipality the second strongest has been detected. It has been 3.8, located 05.23 hours at 39 km (intensity IV).

The magnitude has ranged between 2.1 and 4.7 and the depth has been between 13 and 40 kilometers. 13 have been located in Fuencaliente and 8 in Mazo.


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