Dramatic increase in seismic activity in Canary Islands, Spain – From 330 in 2016 to 1100 in 2017 and more than 1500 in 2018… Something is going on over there!

Sunday, January 13, 2019
By Paul Martin

StrangeSounds.org
Jan 12, 2019

The seismic activity in the Canary Islands is increasing dramatically since 3 years, passing from 330 in 2016 to 1100 in 2017 and 1527 in 2018. Although new seismometers have been placed in strategic active spots (like the volcano Mount Tiede), it cannot be the only cause behind this spike. Is something brewing in this Spanish archipelago located in the Atlantic Ocean?

This video features the seismicity in the Canary Islands as recorded by seismometers from the National Geographic Institute (IGN) over 2018:

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