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Kristín Jónsdóttir, the director of natural-monitoring at the Icelandic Met Office, said at a Civil protection meeting this afternoon that the situation is in line with the past few days and the earthquake activity and deformation rate have decreased. • Magma movement in Iceland shows signs of approaching the surface, with decreasing earthquake activity and slower movement each day. • The widening of the magma tunnel suggests a high probability of a volcanic eruption in the area west of Hagafell. • Sulfur dioxide detected in a drilling hole indicates the possibility of lava flow towards Svartsengi power plant or Grindavík, depending on the exact location of the eruption.
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