This does not indicate a high probability of an eruption in the short or medium term, but “remember that Tenerife is still a volcanically active island.”
The National Geographic Institute (IGN) and the Volcanoes Institute of the Canary Islands (INVOLCAN) have registered in the early hours of this Friday. Caadas del Teide. A ‘swarm’ of hybrid events of very small magnitude inTo the southwest of Pico Viejo, 458 events were eventually detected, 13 of them of greater magnitude.
around 300 were located in time intervals of 2 hours and 20 minutes And on this Thursday also five earthquakes were detected in the same region along with the earthquake.
The maximum quantity that has been obtained is 1.6 and 13 kms. at the depth of,
The characteristics of this ‘seismic swarm’ are very similar to Those who registered on 2nd October 2016 and June 14, 2019 And the most likely origin is the movement of liquids such as steam, gas or water inside the hydrothermal system of the volcano.
This ‘swarm’, they designate from Involcan, does not indicate a high probability of eruption in the short or medium term, but “recalls that Tenerife is still a volcanically active island”.
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