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  • 41. Rolf_Johnsen_(Region_Midt,_Dk)

    Reference list: Thomé- Scmidt, P. “Sea level change affecting the spatial development in the Baltic Sea Region.” Geological Survey of Finland, special edition paper 41. pp. 51-59. Van Roosmallen L., Christensen, B.S.B, Sonnenborg, T.O. “Regional difference in climate change impacts on groundwater and stream discharge in Denmark”, 2007. Vadose Zone Journal 6: 554-571. /media/loftslag/Rolf_Johnsen_(Region_Midt,_Dk).pdf
  • 42. Kriauciuniene_Jurate_CES_2010

    of the river network, km/km2 • The density of the micro river network, km/km2 • Monthly average temperature, °C • Annual precipitation, mm • Snow cover duration, days • River feeding sources • Snow melt, % • Groundwater, % • Rainfall, % • Average annual runoff, l/s·km2 • Runoff of the drought/dry period, l/s·km2 Forest cover, % Annual precipitation, mm Snow cover duration, days Sources of rivers /media/ces/Kriauciuniene_Jurate_CES_2010.pdf
  • 43. Milly_etal-2008-Stationarity-dead-Science

    Cooperation and Development, Paris, 2006). 2. R. H. Webb, J. L. Betancourt, U.S. Geol. Surv. Water- Supply Paper 2379, 1 (1992). 3. C. A. Woodhouse, S. T. Gray, D. M. Meko, Water Resour. Res. 42, W05415 (2006). 4. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), in Climate Change 2007: The Physical Science Basis, Contribution of Working Group (WG) 1 to the Fourth Assessment Report of the IPCC (AR4 /media/loftslag/Milly_etal-2008-Stationarity-dead-Science.pdf
  • 44. VI_Arsskyrsla_2018_vef

    ÁRSSKÝRSL A 2018 2 Á R S S K Ý R S L A 2 0 1 8 3 Frá forstjóra 4 Veðurstofan 2009–2019 12 Náttúrufar 18 Rannsóknir 20 Fjármál og rekstur 22 Ritaskrá starfsmanna ?Veðurstofa Íslands 2019 Bústaðavegi 7–9, 108 Reykjavík ISSN 2251-5607 Efni ársskýrslunnar var unnið af starfsmönnum Veðurstofu Íslands Ritstjórn: Sigurlaug Gunnlaugsdóttir Hönnun og umbrot: Hvíta húsið Prentun: Prentmet /media/vedurstofan/utgafa/arsskyrslur/VI_Arsskyrsla_2018_vef.pdf
  • 45. Paper-Olafur-Rognvaldsson_91

    balance data from all the ice caps. REFERENCES Björnsson, H., Pálsson F., Guðmundsson M. T. and Haraldsson H. 1998. Mass balance of western and northern Vatnajökull, Iceland, 1991–1995, Jökull, 45, 35–58. Björnsson, H., Pálsson F. and Haraldsson H. 2002. Mass balance of Vatnajökull (1991–2001) and Langjökull (1996–2001), Iceland. Jökull, 51, 75–78. Bromwich, D. H., Bai L. and Bjarnason G. G. 2005 /media/ces/Paper-Olafur-Rognvaldsson_91.pdf
  • 46. IPPC-2007-ar4_syr

  • 47. The design of avalanche protection dams

    B. Harbitz, D. Issler, T. Jóhannesson, K. Lied, M. Naaim, F. Naaim-Bouvet and L. Rammer. Comments and improvements by S. Margreth, J.S. Ásgeirsson and N. Nawri. April 2010: Passage has been made through snow on the road. Súðavík, Súðavíkurhlíð, West fjords. Photo: Þórður Sigurðsson /about-imo/news/nr/1631
  • 48. norsem_korja

    of earthquakes. Reference: [1] Korja, A. and Kosonen, E. M. (eds.) 2015. Seismotectonic framework and seismic source area models in Fennoscandia, Northern Europe. Univ. Helsinki, Instit. Seismology, Report S-63, 284 p. http://www.seismo.helsinki.fi/pdf/Seismotectonic_S63_Korja_Kosonen.pdf [2] Nørbech, T., Engsager, K., Jivall, L., Knudsen, O., Koivula, H., Lidberg, M., Ollikainen, M. & Weber, M., 2008 /media/norsem/norsem_korja.pdf
  • 49. New article on glacier changes in

    and Magnús Tumi Guðmundsson. (2020). Non-surface mass balance of glaciers in Iceland. J. Glaciol. 66, 685–697. doi:10.1017/jog.2020.37Schmidt, L. S., Guðfinna Aðalgeirsdóttir, Finnur Pálsson, Langen, P. L., Sverrir Guðmundsson and Helgi Björnsson. (2019). Dynamic simulations of Vatnajökull ice cap from 1980 to 2300. J. Glaciol. 66, 97–112. doi:10.1017/jog.2019.90 /about-imo/news/new-article-on-glacier-changes-in-iceland-over-the-past-130-years
  • 50. ces_flyer_glacierssnowandice

    )  Measured  1997  and  1999  ice  surfaces  of  Lang‐ jökull  and  Hofsjökull,  respectively.  c)  Steady‐state  glacier  geometries after a  few hundred year  spin‐up with  constant  mass balance forcing. Figure 3: Simulated response of Langjökull (L), Hofsjökull (H)  and southern Vatnajökull (V) to climate change. The inset  numbers are projected volumes relative to the initial stable  ice geometries /media/ces/ces_flyer_glacierssnowandice.pdf

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