28 Dec New VONA issued as plume once again climbs and no earthquakes with hypocentres below 9 km recorded
New VONA issued as plume once again climbs and no earthquakes with hypocentres below 9 km recorded
The number of earthquakes recorded and felt by the population reduce
Eruptive activity ceases
Since the last statement, a total of 29 earthquakes have been located on the island of La Palma, two of them felt by the population.
The maximum recorded magnitude is 4.0 (mbLg), corresponding to yesterday’s earthquake at 13:29 UTC, 14 km deep and felt with intensity IV (EMS98).
Seismicity continues under the central area of Cumbre Vieja in the same areas of previous days, most of the earthquakes (20) are located at depths between 9 and 22 km, the rest (9) have been located at depths between 30 and 40 km. No earthquakes have been located at depths less than 9 km.
The amplitude of the tremor signal it remains at low levels and is just as stable as in previous days.
As in previous days, the island’s network of permanent GNSS stations does not show a clear trend in the deformation of the stations closest to the eruptive
In the rest of the stations, the slight deflation possibly related to deep seismicity has stabilized, except in LP01, which continues to register it.
Yesterday at 14:20 UTC, due to the significant increase in the height of the eruptive column, the IGN issued a new VONA. In view of the image calibrated at 08:45 UTC today, a column height of 3,700 masl is estimated with south-southeast direction.