Photo © JESÚS RODRÍGUEZ
Arrecife de las Sirenas, Cabo de Gata (Spain)
The Cabo de Gata Volcanic Complex is the larged-sized element of all the volcanic manifestations in SE Spain. It continues to expand beneath the Alboran Sea, and has been brought into its present position by the operation of the Carboneras-Serrata Fault. The greater part of volcanism in Alboran bassin is submerged. The volcan structures of Cabo de Gata also indicates signs of having been generated, by and large, beneath the sea. Some of the oldest volcanic stuctures could have grown out of the sea sufficiently enough to reach the surface, forming islands of volcanic origin fringed by marine sedimentary platforms.
JESÚS RODRÍGUEZ SPAIN
Home town: Estepa, Spain
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