Forêt domaniale du Grand Brûlé | Lava flow
The Grand Brûlé extends for eight kilometres along the east coast and lower slopes of La Réunion. It represents the coastward continuation of the caldera Enclos Fouqué, source of numerous lava flows in the past years and decades. Due to the prevailing topography most flows propagate towards the Grand Brûlé, and some of the larger ones have reached the coast.
- coastscape, marine processes, volcanic rocks, volcanism, Zonobiome I
- Monday 12 September 2016 by Martin Mergili in Africa and Macaronesia / La Réunion (3120 visits)