….Dead Zones April 30 2015
“Researchers found these particular dead zones in tropical North Atlantic waters, hundreds of miles from West Africa. Some of them were spotted north of Cape Verde’s islands….
….The dead zones were formed inside of massive whirlpools called eddies. Some of the eddies that researchers observed were hundreds of feet tall and had rotating diameters of 60 to 94 miles. The associated dead zones stretched close to 650 feet.”
Most dead zones are found along the coast and are a result of chemicals triggering algae blooms. These are hundreds of miles away from coast but particularly strategic to FOGO Cape Verde and El Hierro La Palma. I posted the Fogo alert late last year and La Palma smoke on the water. The Ash and chemical from faults and volcanic activity underwater in the area between the Cape Verde and Canary Islands make this recent study very disturbing. With NLE and Jade Helm going into high gear, the exercises recently in Dade County, Florida are particularly timely.
Fogo, a volcano in the Cape Verde archipelago located off the coast of West Africa, started erupting around 11:00 UTC on Sunday, November 23, 2014, after almost 20 years of calm period. The eruption prompted nation’s prime minister Jose Maria Neves to call for evacuations of Cha das Caldeiras on the slopes of the volcano. Toulouse VAAC has set Aviation Color Code to Red.