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  • 1. Office hours and location

    and forecasting room which is manned continuously. Depending on the circumstances, enquiries and announcements can be directed to the relevant forecaster on duty, the earth-hazard observer, the flood-hazard observer or the person on duty for avalanche and landslide dangers. The Snow Avalanche Centre of the Icelandic Meteorological Office is located at Suðurgata 12, 400 Ísafjörður, tel. +(354) 450 /about-imo/office-hours-and-location/
  • 2. Monitoring flow

    for the transfer of data. An alarm goes off when conductivity or the water level reaches a given limit and alerts Neyðarlínan (the Emergency Watch), bringing in specialists who decide on an action. The data information continuously transferred to the Icelandic Meteorological Office server, can be viewed here on the website. NB: Real time data may be wrong or misinterpreted. The IMO does not take /hydrology/flow/
  • 3. Eyjafjallajokull_status_2010-05-10_IES_IMO

    plume: Height (a.s.l.): ~5 km / 17,000 ft but sometimes shoots up to 6 km / 20,000 ft. Heading: Southeast. Low level winds are variable. Colour: Grey / light gray. Tephra fallout: Ashfall reported at Drangshlíð and Skarðshlíð almost continuously for the last 24 hours. The ash is rather coarse, estimated by the farmers to be ~2-3 mm. Lightning: No lightning has been detected on instruments over /media/jar/Eyjafjallajokull_status_2010-05-10_IES_IMO.pdf
  • 4. norsem_bryndis

    Crustal accretion along the divergent plate boundary in Iceland is governed by rifting episodes and dyking. Over a period of two weeks in August-September 2014, magma propagated laterally from the subglacial Bárðarbunga central volcano, Iceland, about 50 km along the divergent plate boundary to the NNE where it erupted continuously for six months. The dyke propagation was associated with more /media/norsem/norsem_bryndis.pdf
  • 5. norsem_schmidt

    using Seiscomp3 and a virtual global network of stations, made available to us either directly from collaborating institutes or via IRIS and GFZ, as well as event parameters published by EMSC and USGS. After the initial alert, event parameters and classification are continuously updated as more data on the event becomes available. Being automated and targeted at early warnings, the system /media/norsem/norsem_schmidt.pdf
  • 6. Windspeed

    average of the windspeed. In reality, windspeeds can vary a lot in that time. As a result, windgusts can not be measured with the Beaufort-scale. Windspeeds are now generally measured with anemometers, which continuously record the momentary windspeed, i.e. windgusts, that can vary a great deal from a 10 minute average windspeed and therefore bear no relations to the Beaufort-scale. Previous /weather/articles/nr/1283
  • 7. Bardarbunga_daily_status_report_21082014

    of melt from the Bárðarbunga magma chamber to the dike intrusion east of Bárðarbunga. A new GPS station was installed in Kverkfjöll on the 21st of August 2014. This station will measure continuously and transmit data automatically to scientists of the Icelandic Meteorological Office and of the Institute of Earth Sciences at the University of Iceland, in a similar manner as other continous GPS /media/jar/Bardarbunga_daily_status_report_21082014.pdf
  • 8. Windspeed

    average of the windspeed. In reality, windspeeds can vary a lot in that time. As a result, windgusts can not be measured with the Beaufort-scale. Windspeeds are now generally measured with anemometers, which continuously record the momentary windspeed, i.e. windgusts, that can vary a great deal from a 10 minute average windspeed and therefore bear no relations to the Beaufort-scale. Previous /weather/articles/nr/1283/
  • 9. Helle_Katrine_Andersen_(DANVA,_Dk)

    we transport wastewater in a safe manner and discharge only to the environment when properly treated. The varying amounts of rain are utilized in different ways in the local environment.  Already in the year of 2025 we treat water – including increased amounts of rainwater– as a valuable resource in all parts of the water cycle. The utilities contribute continuously to reduce the global /media/loftslag/Helle_Katrine_Andersen_(DANVA,_Dk).pdf
  • 10. A new absolute minimum temperature record

    cold spell. These stations, except one, have only been in operation since 1988 or later. At the other synoptic stations the present minima did not exceed earlier records. Most of these originate from a cold spell in early May 1982. One station that has been in operation since 1924 (not quite continuously, however) registered a new absolute record on 2 May this year. The present cold spell seems /about-imo/news/nr/2691

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