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  • 1. Helle_Katrine_Andersen_(DANVA,_Dk)

    in consideration of watercourses and valuable nature and wetlands and treated and transported with the least possible impact on the environment  collect rainwater that cannot be locally handled nearby the connected consumers. We transport the water to discharge in the natural water environment in a quantity and quality that causes no health or environmental risk. The transport is performed /media/loftslag/Helle_Katrine_Andersen_(DANVA,_Dk).pdf
  • 2. Factsheet_Bardarbunga_20150210

    glacier show continuing slow deflation towards Bardarbunga. A detectable errors are in the GPS measurements due to bad weather conditions over the last few days. • A new risk analysis for the area around the eruption site is being conducted. The new risk map for the area will be issued this week. • A team of scientists has been monitoring pollution in rainwater, snow and melt water since /media/jar/Factsheet_Bardarbunga_20150210.pdf
  • 3. Abstract_Impacts_of_Climate_Change_on_Stormwater_Systems_in_Reykjavik

    the method with new data (1985-2008), 10 minutes design intensity increased by 16%. An increase in short term extreme precipitation may increase the risks of flooding in stormwater systems. The inconveniences are expected to be greatest in the older parts of towns with combined sewer and rainwater collections systems. These increased risks will be investigated in downtown Reykjavík. Modeling /media/loftslag/Abstract_Impacts_of_Climate_Change_on_Stormwater_Systems_in_Reykjavik.pdf
  • 4. Bárðarbunga 2014 - November events

    Higher reaching bursts were also observed. Photo: Morten S. Riishuus. 13 November 2014 - pH of rain water Large quantities of gases are emitted to the atmosphere associated with the Holuhraun eruption. Among the gases are SO2 that can convert to sulfuric acid causing acid rain. Since 19th September 2014, rainwater samples have been collected and analysed at weekly bases at 18 locations /earthquakes-and-volcanism/articles/nr/3023
  • 5. Bardarbunga-2014_November-events

    well above the northern segment of the rampart. Higher reaching bursts were also observed. Photo: Morten S. Riishuus. 13 November 2014 - pH of rain water Large quantities of gases are emitted to the atmosphere associated with the Holuhraun eruption. Among the gases are SO2 that can convert to sulfuric acid causing acid rain. Since 19th September 2014, rainwater samples have been collected /media/jar/Bardarbunga-2014_November-events.pdf
  • 6. Bárðarbunga 2014 - November events

    Higher reaching bursts were also observed. Photo: Morten S. Riishuus. 13 November 2014 - pH of rain water Large quantities of gases are emitted to the atmosphere associated with the Holuhraun eruption. Among the gases are SO2 that can convert to sulfuric acid causing acid rain. Since 19th September 2014, rainwater samples have been collected and analysed at weekly bases at 18 locations /earthquakes-and-volcanism/articles/nr/3023/
  • 7. Bárðarbunga 2015 - February events

    were both of magnitude 3.8, at 11:44 yesterday and at 04:51 last night. About ten quakes were observed in the dike intrusion, the largest of magnitude 1.1. 10 February 2015 12:00 - from the Scientific Advisory Board The volcanic eruption in Holuhraun continues; no scientists are in the area because of bad weather conditions. A team of scientists has been monitoring pollution in rainwater, snow /earthquakes-and-volcanism/articles/nr/3087
  • 8. Bárðarbunga 2015 - February events

    were both of magnitude 3.8, at 11:44 yesterday and at 04:51 last night. About ten quakes were observed in the dike intrusion, the largest of magnitude 1.1. 10 February 2015 12:00 - from the Scientific Advisory Board The volcanic eruption in Holuhraun continues; no scientists are in the area because of bad weather conditions. A team of scientists has been monitoring pollution in rainwater, snow /earthquakes-and-volcanism/articles/nr/3087/
  • 9. Bardarbunga-2015_February_events

    monitoring pollution in rainwater, snow and melt water since the eruption started. The team is planning to collect samples on Vatnajökull glacier and on mountain tops in Eastern Iceland. Chemical composition of rainwater around Iceland is also being monitored. Notes from the meeting of the Scientific Advisory Board (pdf 0.4 Mb). 10 February 2015 10:00 - from geoscientist on duty More than 20 /media/jar/Bardarbunga-2015_February_events.pdf
  • 10. CASE_A___Jes_Pedersen_(Region_Midt,_Dk)_Introduction

    of increased solar energy, wind energy, temperature, and increased volumes of rainwater and groundwater. Points for reviewing: - Map where there is a risk of damage from rising groundwater, storm floods or watercourses - Carry out an analysis to ascertain if there are any facilities in risk areas NONAM Risk Assessment and Stakeholder Investment. Multidisciplinary Workshop in Reykjavík 26 /media/loftslag/CASE_A___Jes_Pedersen_(Region_Midt,_Dk)_Introduction.pdf

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