SANTA CRUZ DE TENERIFE, Nov. 9 (EUROPA PRESS) –
The spokeswoman for the Pevolca Scientific Committee and director of the National Geographic Institute (IGN) in the Canary Islands, María José Blanco, has insisted once again that the different parameters associated with the La Palma volcano have to reach “even lower” levels in order to be able to talk about the end of the eruption.
At a press conference, María José Blanco indicated that the volcano’s feedback system is in a “more stable” phase but reiterated that this stability “has to be maintained in all its slopes for a certain stable and decreasing time until it reaches values. lower than current “.
The spokesperson for the Scientific Committee admitted that deformations, seismicity, the amplitude of the tremor signal and gas emissions are at lower levels than a week ago, but made it clear that this decrease “has to be gradual, maintained, to even lower levels. “