Wundervölker, Monstrosität und Hässlichkeit im Mittelalter (German Edition)

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You have native languages that can be verified You can request verification for native languages by completing a simple application that takes only a couple of minutes. View applications. Close and don't show again Close. Close search. Term search Jobs Translators Clients Forums. Term search All of ProZ. The first period of formation of the island corresponds to the submarine volcanism, where after numerous eruptions the geological materials reach the surface of the water, constituting the base on which the island is supported. Subsequently it created, between The Los Ajaches massif, in the south, and after 3 million years, volcanic activity moves towards the northeast, producing the massif of Famara.

They are the two lava beds that constitute the oldest lands of the island and are formed by old lavas of the denominated Series I. After the recent volcanic episodes of Series I there was a long quiet period, during which this series underwent an intense erosive action. In these periods the volume of material emitted decreases, giving an idea of a progressive attenuation of magmatic activity, ending it makes about 3. This fact evidenced by the frequent reliefs and subsequently eroded by washes fossilized Series II. Series II has been subdivided into two subseries.

In Lanzarote both subseries present lapilli cones and lava castings, differentiating among them, mainly, by the state of conservation of the volcanic buildings.

The old subseries in Lanzarote are represented by poorly preserved lapilli cones and coladas. Series II A: It is characterized by the high erosion of buildings that has influenced the creation of relatively defined drainage networks. The Red Mountain volcano is the main of this group and is the exception in terms of conservation of both the cone and its castings.

After the construction of the ancient massifs, a 2. In the coordinates of this Earthcache we are in the steppe plains of the Rubicon. It is a wide plain that belongs to the municipality of Yaiza and extends to the foot of the south of Ajaches, between Yaiza and Playa Blanca. This unit, with eminently flat topography, has its origin in the formation of a platform of abrasion or marine rasa arisen as a result of the dismantling caused by the erosion of the old rocky of Los Ajaches.

In spite of its apparent simplicity, this lava platform presents a certain complexity. Its basement is made up of materials from the first eruptive cycle of the island, but we find discontinuities that show that by the plains of the Rubicon there have been lavas of posterior eruptions that finished granting its present aspect to the plain. Red Mountain volcano, the southernmost of the island is shaped like a salver.

It is a well-preserved volcanic cone with an oval crater, whose bottom, used as a cultivation field, is 50m below the summit. From the deepest depression of the circuit that surrounds the crater, a broad hill stretches gently towards the great plain planted with pieces of lava and covered with scarce grasses and forests, a plain that occupies the entire southwestern part of the island. The slopes of the cone, except that of the West that are of lapilli tuff, are all reddish lava.

It flowed through the outer walls as the crater overflowed, and, spreading around, formed the shattered malpais that surrounds the volcano. The pressure of the lava mass would burst the upper part of the north wall, through which the gate grew larger, forming the long ridge that exists in this part of the mountain. As shown in the following figure, the extensive lava flakes of the series II we are treading were emitted by this volcano, the Red Mountain volcano which in turn masks the abrasion platform between the paleoacantilado and the present coast they were deposited on top of The lavas of the series I that formed the massif of the Ajaches.

The surface covered by the castings should have been much larger than the one presented today by the platform, since its edges are cliffs on all sides, showing a clear setback.

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Coastal trails are the only way to appreciate the richness of coastal basaltic front forms, which gives rise to multiple cavities, charcoals, pools and natural arches. The west coast of Lanzarote is extremely windy, so the sea tends to lash it with force, and that is why it is not recommended to swim in its beaches. The constancy of the violence of the Atlantic Ocean of this coastal zone, together with the volcanic orography of the same has derived in this succession of exotic ponds, of all the forms and exuberant colors, natural aquatic plates at the foot of the cliffs.

A platform of basaltic rock in which there arise pools that are filled with water with the high tide, which renews the waters of the pools resulting from the whimsical orographic forms by the passage of lava. The wonderful natural pools of Los Charcones extend along the southwestern strip of the island, from its first location, about two kilometers north of the Pechiguera Lighthouse, in the tourist resort of Playa Blanca, heading north towards Janubio. Identification and accessibility to bathing space are difficult.

It is a rustic scenario, a dry moor, apparently without life or interest. However, as you approach the coast from a small cliff that inhabits the southwestern tip of the island, you will stumble across a valley of lava dotted with spectacular pools. Pools of different sizes and depths of turquoise hues and various blues that are created by the depths and light that reaches each of the pools. A large print that mixes colors of the blue sea, the sky, the lava solidified in black tones and a soft reddish and the turquoise and blue different in each one of the Charcones.

The bath is not recommended in most of them because of the proximity of the sea, but in a few and in safe conditions the dip in these coves sheltered from the strong winds prevailing and away from the break of the waves offer a different, authentic day. We find puddles that are very interesting places from the ecological point of view since they form a small ecosystem in itself.

When lava flows into the sea, they often form puddles where a very interesting coastal ecosystem develops. The intertidal zone is influenced by the action of the tides. Its dynamics is related to low tide and high tide. In these rocky bottoms algae, marine invertebrate numbers and fish develop.

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Among the animals we can find hedgehogs, sea rabbits, holoturias, starfish, burgados, bellies, etc. Its most spectacular intricacies, in our opinion, coincide with an abandoned hotel in this space Hotel Atlantic Sol. The grim building, standing since the mids and never ending, is a real insult to this beautiful and majestic stretch of coastline.

A team from the area of Physical Geography at the University Pablo de Olavide Sevilla used it in as an example of the negative impact of abandoned developments on the Spanish coast. In addition to causing "severe erosion problems" - shattering an ecosystem of coastal scrubs such as the "Salsola vermiculata" or the shaggy saline "Chenoleoides tomentosa" - this urban development creates "precarious and dangerous" situations for those who Occupy We do not recommend entry into the building because of the danger involved. Reaching these coves has its drawbacks. It can be done on foot from the Lighthouse Pechiguera about one hour or drive along the Red Mountain tourist resort of Playa Blanca.

From the asphalted road, once you are at the height of the ruined building, you must take a zigzagged dirt road marked as waypoint IN , uncomfortable for your bumpy path. With a tall car you can get to the abandoned hotel without problems.