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  • 1. Grimsvotn_status_2011-05-24_IES_IMO

    and around it. The estimated height is below 5 km since clouds over the glacier were at 5-7 km and the plume did not reach above the cloud deck. The ash plume reached 8 km briefly at 14 UTC today, but decreased shortly there after. According to pilot reports the plume is visible at around 10 thousand feet, mostly light gray or brown in color, but pulsating to 15 thousand feet /media/jar/Grimsvotn_status_2011-05-24_IES_IMO.pdf
  • 2. Aviation weather

    highlands - Uninhabited part of Iceland More Aviation weather Aviation weather Information and responsibility Contrail Contrail, condensation trail. Photographed at 33 thousand ft. south of Ingólfshöfði /weather/aviation/
  • 3. Funded MS student opportunity. Dust and ash re-suspension sources

    thousand ISK, which includes all fees). This grant is therefore particularly suitable for students that are finishing their required course work and need a project. Or, for new students to work on this project as they would then work on the project along with coursework – for instance receiving 50% pay for the two years.Role of the MS student Formulating source term for dust and ash re-suspension /about-imo/news/funded-ms-student-opportunity-dust-and-ash-re-suspension-sources-in-emission-models
  • 4. AdMSstudent_May2017_

    is important since different particle sizes can have different health impacts. Therefore, poor air quality can be forecasted and warnings issued. Please note that MS study in Iceland is a two-year program. This MS project is funded for 12 months, with salaries according to the Icelandic Centre for Research (300 thousand isk, which includes all fees). This grant is therefore particularly /media/frettir/AdMSstudent_May2017_.pdf
  • 5. Glacier change sessions at this year's Arctic Circle

    Thorsteinsson, glaciologist at IMO. (Photo: IMO) Martin Sharp (University of Alberta, Canada), presented results on mass loss from glaciers and ice caps in Arctic Canada, where the ice cover totals 146 thousand km2. The total ice volume is tenfold the volume of glaciers in Iceland and the estimated mass loss during 2006–2015 was 70 gigatons (GT) per year. Barbara Barzycka from the Polish Centre /about-imo/news/glacier-change-sessions-at-this-year-s-arctic-circle-assembly
  • 6. VI_2016_006_rs

    in the future due to warming climate. There is geological evidence for three or four large, prehistoric landslides reaching the Fjarðará river or the sea below Botnabrún during the last several thousand years that demonstrates that danger due to large landslides extends to essentially all the current settlement south of Fjarðará. The main source areas for landslides that threaten the settlement /media/vedurstofan-utgafa-2016/VI_2016_006_rs.pdf
  • 7. Markarfljót outwash plain and Öræfajökull

    potentially in the path of a flood or those that would be stranded due to flooding. In the Markarfljót outwash plain, the results indicate that more than one thousand lives would be in jeopardy if the largest of the potential floods assessed were to happen without warning and evacuation, with a further 600 people being isolated due to partial destruction of the road network; In Öræfi, up to 130 lives could /hydrology/hazard-risk-assessments/glacial-outburst-floods/markarfljotsaurar-oraefajokull/
  • 8. Early work and an overview of measurements

    1. Þorvaldur Thoroddsen. (Picture credit: Bogi Th. Melsted: Þorvaldur Thoroddsen: um ævi hans og störf. Copenhagen, 1923.) Thoroddsen knew the details of the climate history of Iceland better than anyone else in his time. His book "A thousand years of Icelandic Climate" is still the basic work on the subject. Jón Eyþórsson and Fridtjof Nansen both wrote interesting papers on the subject after /climatology/articles/nr/1138
  • 9. Early work and an overview of measurements

    1. Þorvaldur Thoroddsen. (Picture credit: Bogi Th. Melsted: Þorvaldur Thoroddsen: um ævi hans og störf. Copenhagen, 1923.) Thoroddsen knew the details of the climate history of Iceland better than anyone else in his time. His book "A thousand years of Icelandic Climate" is still the basic work on the subject. Jón Eyþórsson and Fridtjof Nansen both wrote interesting papers on the subject after /climatology/articles/nr/1138/
  • 10. Tornado_Impacts_-_FMI_Presentation

    • Regional Employment Economics of Natural Hazards • Micro topics – Public Policy Concerns • Public Investment in: – Warning Systems – Mitigation • Land Use and Code Enforcement – Risk and Uncertainty Economics of Natural Hazards • Consumers of this research: – Government policy makers – Insurance Industry – Weather Industry Tornadoes Tornado Climatology • About one thousand tornadoes hit the US each /media/loftslag/Tornado_Impacts_-_FMI_Presentation.pdf

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