Since the beginning of the eruption of the Cumbre Vieja volcano, on September 19, on the island of La Palma grew up on 43 hectares due to lava deltas or bands created by lava when it reaches the waters of the Atlantic Ocean. This is indicated by the most recent data published by the European satellite system Copernicus, which is equivalent to 2,651 destroyed buildings for this stuff.

The Department of Homeland Security (DSN) indicated in its latest report on the volcano that the continued supply of lava from the main cone of the eruption caused flows 4 and 7 to merge and increase the flow. total surface 1,058 hectares affected (eight more than the last recorded data).

About 40 earthquakes have been recorded since last midnight on the island.

In addition, about 40 earthquakes have been recorded since last midnight on the island, according to data from the National Geographic Institute (IGN) which specifies that, in general, all were of low magnitude, except one of medium magnitude (4.3) in the city of Mazo. In total, the most significant, besides the mentioned, were six earthquakes of one magnitude between 3.1 and 3.7, notified the IGN on its website.

Regarding the depth of the earthquakes, most were located in intermediate depths, below 25 kilometers, while the municipalities of Fuencaliente and Villa de Mazo concentrate almost all seismic activity.

The tremor level also remains low, with occasional fluctuation. According to air quality, in recent days, this has worsened with the increase in sulfur dioxide generalized, which improves in the morning to good values ​​in the stations on the west side of the island, and between reasonably good and fair in the stations on the east side.

O airport de la Palma continues dead due to accumulation of ash, according to the AENA.



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