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The lava of La Palma`s volcano, as seen by a drone

The scientific boat Ramón Margalef of the Spanish Oceanographic Institute (IEO) has taken a group of scientists of the Marine Science Institute of Analusia (ICMAN-CSIC) and the Spanish Scientific Investigation Council (CSIC) to take images of the lava pouring into the sea from the volcano of La Palma.
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Crops and houses buried and burned under lava on La Palma

The drone project SEADRON of the Marine Science Institute of Andalusia (ICAM-CSIC) flown from the scientific boat Ramon Margalef overflies the lava from the volcano in La Palma on the 2nd October 2021, as it covered crops and houses in its way to the Atlantic Ocean.
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Lava flowing non-stop on La Palma

Nearly two weeks after the eruption the volcano Cumbre Vieja in La Palma is still pouring lava. A drone from the Marine Science Institute of Analusia (ICMAN-CSIC) flew from the shore to the top of the volcano on 1st October 2021.
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Lava forms a delta at La Palma

Three days after the lava from the volcano in La Palma reached the sea the scientific boat Ramon Margalef records the lava delta formed in the surface of the Atlantic Ocean on the 2nd October 2021.

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