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  • 1. Protective measures

    2003, authors T. Jóhannesson and Kr. M. Hákonardóttir) (pdf 0.8 Mb) Field observations and laboratory experiments for evaluating the effectiveness of avalanche defence structures in Iceland. Main results and future programme (pdf 0,8 Mb) (Í: Proceedings of the International Seminar on Snow and Avalanches Test Sites, Grenoble, France, 22−23 November 2002, F. Naaim-Bouvet, ed., s. 99−109, Grenoble /avalanches/imo/protective/
  • 2. VI_2009_012

    advantage of this method is the possibility of estimating M when h is known. The five Ci values determined in step one by fitting the PGV values of the five reference earthquakes, are used to determine a magnitude scale, assuming that h is a linear function of Mw and that the magnitude coefficient is equal to one, analogous to the Richter scale. The Ci values are thus fitted to the function: C i /media/vedurstofan/utgafa/skyrslur/2009/VI_2009_012.pdf
  • 3. Perrels-CBA

    (CBA can be subset of SCBA) • CEA: cost-effectiveness analysis – this is used if for (a part of) the intended impacts no (shadow) price can be established (or when that is contentious) 26.8.2011Adriaan Perrels/IL 9 Cost-benefit analysis – the basics 2 • Metrics: • Net present value (NPV) : • Internal Rate of Return (IRR): r = r* such that NPV = 0 • Benefit-Cost Ratio (B/C ratio): • Macro /media/loftslag/Perrels-CBA.pdf
  • 4. VED_AnnualReport-2013_screen

    Woodward, A.-S. Mériaux, F. S. Tweed & M. Lim (). The role of multiple glacier outburst floods in proglacial landscape evolution: The  Ey- jaallajökull eruption, Iceland. Geology (), –; doi: ./G.. Esther Hlíðar Jensen, Jón Kr. Helgason, Sigur- jón Einarsson, Guðrún Sverrisdóttir, Ármann Höskuldsson & Björn Oddsson (). Lahar, floods and debris flows /media/vedurstofan/utgafa/arsskyrslur/VED_AnnualReport-2013_screen.pdf
  • 5. VI_arsskyrsla2020

    19 61 til 19 90 (% ) 0 200 250 150 100 50 300 350 jan feb mar apr maí jún júl ágú sep okt nóv des Úrkoma 2019 Reykjavík úrkomuhlutafall 2019 % Akureyri úrkomuhlutafall 2019 % Vi k h ita fr á m eð all ag i 1 96 1– 19 90 (° C) -1 3 2 1 0 4 5 jan feb mar apr maí jún júl ágú sep okt nóv des Meðalhiti 2019 Reykjavík hitavik 2019 Akureyri hitavik 2019 Á Slysaöldu á Mælifellssandi í nóvember 2019 /media/vedurstofan-utgafa-2020/VI_arsskyrsla2020.pdf
  • 6. vonKorff_etal-2010

    Copyright © 2010 by the author(s). Published here under license by the Resilience Alliance. Von Korff, Y., P. d'Aquino, K. A. Daniell, and R. Bijlsma. 2010. Designing participation processes for water management and beyond. Ecology and Society 15(3): 1. [online] URL: http://www. ecologyandsociety.org/vol15/iss3/art1/ Synthesis, part of a Special Feature on Implementing Participatory Water /media/loftslag/vonKorff_etal-2010.pdf
  • 7. Huntjens_etal-2010-Climate-change-adaptation-Reg_Env_Change

    Grin’s work on this article was part of the programme of the Dutch Knowledge network on System Innovations (KSI). P. Huntjens (&)  C. Pahl-Wostl Institute for Environmental Systems Research, University of Osnabruck, Barbarastraße 12, Geb. 66, 49069 Osnabruck, Germany e-mail: patrickhuntjens@yahoo.com J. Grin Amsterdam School for Social Science Research, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam /media/loftslag/Huntjens_etal-2010-Climate-change-adaptation-Reg_Env_Change.pdf
  • 8. 2010_003rs

    at several meetings, seminars and in the articles, that are listed in Appendix C. ix Table of Contents List of Figures ..................................................................................................................... xi List of Tables ..................................................................................................................... xiv Abbreviations /media/vedurstofan/utgafa/skyrslur/2010/2010_003rs.pdf
  • 9. Group5-Stakeholders_involvement

    /EPP 2 Stakeholders analysis 26 August 2011 PM/YZ/EPP 3 Stake h o l d e r s P u b l i c / p r i v at e P o w e r l e v e l (“ n u i s an ce” ca p a c i t y ) O r i e n tat i o n H or s t e n s m uni c ipal i t y ( c o m pe t e n t a u t h ori t y ) P u b l i c S t ron g Go v ernanc e N eighbour mun i c i p ali t y P u b l i c S t ron g Go v ernanc e Poli c y /media/loftslag/Group5-Stakeholders_involvement.pdf
  • 10. A heatwave in Iceland

    heatwave. It culminated on 30 July, when new records were set. The maximum temperature in Reykjavík reached 25.7°C on the standard manned station outside the IMO offices, breaking the former record by 0.8°C. This is, indeed, rare as measurements in Reykjavík go back to the 1870s, and usually there are decades between temperatures above 23°C. The last 10 years have been unusual in this respect /about-imo/news/nr/1362

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