Piparo Mud Volcano 7th October 2019

View looking south east of the Piparo mud volcano, the prominent radial faults can be seen. The haze on the horizon is Sahara dust.

Piparo from 448 ft

Piparo from 224 ft, showing the prominent radial faults caused by subsidence of the surface due to release of gas over the past 3 weeks

Location of the faults

Comparison of the location and “growth” of the faults between the 23rd September and 7th October 2019. It is only in the NE and SE corners are there new faults appearing