In Bárðarbunga, the seismic activity of high intensity decreases overall.
After an earthquake of 5.4 M marking the southern edge of the volcano on November 15th at 11:25, followed by two M 4.1 and 4.5, the activity has decreased significantly ... to increase at the north end of intrusion. This transfer of location has been previously observed :the seismicity has increased for a few hours after large earthquakes at the caldera.
On 16 November, an earthquake of M 5.3 is reported in the same place as the day before, another of M 4.8, and 7 of magnitude greater than 4 ..
On 17, the seismic activity is considered stable.
A total of 160 earthquakes was reached between 14 and 17 November at Bárðarbunga.
Caldera subsidence continues, in conjunction with large amounts of lava emission.
At the crack, the lava lake of Holuhraun contained in its cinders' ramparts, continues to bubble up under an important contribution, and feedsthe lava flow. On 17/11/2014, the lava field reached a area of 72 km², after three months of eruption. The volume of lava extruded exceeds the kilometer cube.
Pollution by sulfur dioxide continues ... higher rates of SO2 than normal were recorded in various locations, depending on the wind direction.
The dyke and eruptive site was home to about 50 earthquakes, every of a magnitude less than 1.6.
Is a great video to watch on the site RUV: http://www.ruv.is/frett/holuhraun-eruption-fresh-video
The lava field of Holuhraun - top card: 11.14.2014 / IMO - image below: 11.16.2014 / NASA Landsat 8 / NASA-USGS