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Las Palma Volcano & earthquake pattern?

 
 
Reply Wed 27 Oct, 2021 03:32 am
Hello,

I’m a curious soul and was recently looking at the Las Palma volcano and it’s earthquakes.

I noticed the pattern seems very symmetrical, like an organised grid pattern.

Please have a look yourself here-

https://www.emsc-csem.org/Earthquake/Map/gmap.php

Is this normal? I looked at other patterns of earthquakes across the world but couldn’t find a similar pattern (Asia, California etc).

Kind regards

Mike Davis
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Reply Wed 27 Oct, 2021 06:55 pm
@Mdavis79,
I suggest you contact an igneous petrologist (volcano expert) at your local university or college. They will be qualified to help you.
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Reply Wed 27 Oct, 2021 07:02 pm
@Mdavis79,
It's an artifact of how the data is presented. It looks like a grid because the resolution of the data going into it is only 0.01 degrees of latitude and longitude.
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