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  • 31. Climate and Modeling Scenarios

    & Ullerstig, A. (2010b). 21st century changes in the European climate: uncertainties derived from an ensemble of regional climate model simulations. Tellus, published online. DOI: 10.1111/j.1600-0870.2010.00475. Ólafsson H, & Rögnvaldsson Ó. (2010). Regional and Seasonal Variability in Precipitation Scenarios For Iceland. Hydrology Research, in revision. Peltonen-Sainio, P., Hakala, K., Jauhiainen, L /ces/publications/nr/1680
  • 32. Jokull-guidlines

    Reykjavík, 139 pp. Paterson, W.S.B. 1994. The Physics of Glaciers (Third Edition). Pergamon. 480 pp. Vogt, P.R., G.L. Johnson and L. Kristjánsson 1980. Morphology and magnetic anomalies north of Iceland. J. of Geophysics 47, 67-80. Walker, G.P.L. 1974. Eruptive mechanisms in Iceland. In L. Kristjánsson, ed. Geodynamics of Iceland and the North Atlantic Area. D. Reidel, Dordrecht /media/jar/Jokull-guidlines.pdf
  • 33. Dataseries and components

    pollutants Analysed components - IMO's research: Sulphur and salinity measurements: Precipitation: SO4-S, NO3-N, Cl, Na, Mg, K, Ca (mg/l) Precipitation: conductivity (µS/cm), quantity (mm), pH Aerosol: SO4-S, Cl, Na, Mg, K, Ca, Fe (µg/m3) Air: SO2-S (µg/m3) Heavy metals in precipitation: Pb, Cd, Cu, Zn, Cr, Ni, Fe, Mn, V, As, Al (ng/ml) Cl, NO3-N, SO4-S, Na, K, Ca, Mg, NH4-N, Br, F (µg/ml) conductivity /pollution-and-radiation/pollution/components/
  • 34. Glossary

    We are hoping to find time to improve this glossary. Only a few items are available. For your relevant search, please click on one of the letters below: A Á B C D E É F G H I Í J K L M N O Ó P Q R S T U Ú V W X Y Ý Z Þ Æ Ö A A: Icelandic abbreviation of East (compass direction, easterly, eastern). ANA: Icelandic abbreviation of Eastnorthesast (compass direction). ASA: Icelandic /weather/articles/nr/1208
  • 35. Glossary

    We are hoping to find time to improve this glossary. Only a few items are available. For your relevant search, please click on one of the letters below: A Á B C D E É F G H I Í J K L M N O Ó P Q R S T U Ú V W X Y Ý Z Þ Æ Ö A A: Icelandic abbreviation of East (compass direction, easterly, eastern). ANA: Icelandic abbreviation of Eastnorthesast (compass direction). ASA: Icelandic /weather/articles/nr/1208/
  • 36. Dyrrdal_Anita_CES_2010

    • Analyse future snow scenarios Introduction Data & Methods Results 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 0-100 100- 200 200- 300 300- 400 400- 500 500- 600 600- 700 700- 800 800- 900 900- 1000 1000- 1100 1100- 1200 1200- 1300 1300- 1400 1400- 1500 1500- 1600 1600- 1700 1700- 1800 1800- 1900 1900- 2000 2000- 2100 2100- 2200 Høyde (m o.h.) A n t a l l v æ r s t a s j o n e r Elevation of met.no /media/ces/Dyrrdal_Anita_CES_2010.pdf
  • 37. ECONOMIC_EFFECTS_OF_CLIMATE_CHANGE_ON_THE_TOURISM_SECTOR_IN_SPAIN

    in: http://www.dbresearch.de/PROD/DBR_INTERNET_DE- PROD/PROD0000000000222943.pdf . 8 April 2009. [5] Hein, L. (2007): “The impact of climate change on tourism in Spain”. Centre for International Climate and Environmental Research, Oslo. CICERO Working Paper 2007:2. [6] INE, Instituto Nacional de Estadistica (2009): “Spanish Tourism Satellite Account. Series 2000-2008”. Avalable at http /media/loftslag/ECONOMIC_EFFECTS_OF_CLIMATE_CHANGE_ON_THE_TOURISM_SECTOR_IN_SPAIN.pdf
  • 38. Eriksson_Garvill_Nordlund_2006

    Journal of Environmental Psycholog l , Ume , e Acceptability of travel demand management (TDM) with the aim of reducing private car use is modeled following a hierarchical set of beliefs. In a two-part model, pro-environmental orientation, problem awareness, personal norm, and willingness to reduce car use are linked to beliefs about to which extent the specific TDM measure is perceived /media/loftslag/Eriksson_Garvill_Nordlund_2006.pdf
  • 39. Hare-2011-ParticipatoryModelling

    25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 Fr am ew o rk Cr ite ria u se d M ain pu rp o se o fframewor k Participator y m od ell in g purpos e Particip ator y structur e Contro lo f ow of in for m a tio n betwee n stakeholder s Timin g of event s Participatio n mod e Mo de l typ e Participator y m et ho ds use d Actor sinvolve d (at eac h /media/loftslag/Hare-2011-ParticipatoryModelling.pdf
  • 40. Hydropower - Glacier, Snow and Ice

    Guðmundsson, S., Björnsson, H., Pálsson, F., Jóhannesson, T., Hannesdóttir, H. o.fl. (2011). Modelling the 20th and 21st century evolution of Hoffellsjökull glacier, SE-Vatnajökull, Iceland. The Cryosphere, 5, 961-975, doi:10.5194/tc-5-961-2011. Andreassen, L. M., & Oerlemans, J. (2009). Modelling long-term summer and winter balances and the climate sensitivity of Storbreen, Norway. Geogr /ces/publications/nr/1940

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