This fracture would connect the volcanic processes that formed the archipelago with the tectonic movements of the Atlas.Geólogos of two Spanish universities have found in the submerged part of Gran Canaria indications of the existence of a large submarine fault between this island and Tenerife that would connect the volcanic processes that formed the archipelago with the tectonic movements of the Atlas. The researchers Isabel Blanco, from the University of Burgos, and Fuensanta G. Montesinos and José Arnoso, from the Complutense University of Madrid, publish

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