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  • 21. CES_D2.4_task2_CMIP3_winds

    The largest increase is simulated for the fall (SON, September-November), when the average Vg increases by 2 to 4 % (Fig. 4). In the area of highest statistical significance, 9-10 models out of 10 agree on the sign of the change. Considering the months of December-February (Fig. 5) or the whole windy season September-April (Fig. 3), the increase is mostly 0 to 2 %. Fig. 3. 10-GCM mean per cent /media/ces/CES_D2.4_task2_CMIP3_winds.pdf
  • 22. Paper-Olafur-Rognvaldsson_92

    a systematic com- parison of results to observed precipitation has been carried out. Un- dercatchment of solid precipitation is dealt with by looking only at days when precipitation is presumably liquid or by considering the occurrence and non-occurrence of precipitation. Away from non- resolved orography, the long term means (months, years) of observed and simulated precipitation are often /media/ces/Paper-Olafur-Rognvaldsson_92.pdf
  • 23. Hare_2-participation

    ) A further answer... By considering the needs and expectations of the stakeholders who might be involved, at every stage of their involvement More answers... By managing the flow of information well between participatory process stages and between stakeholder groups More answers... By clearly communicating to the stakeholders the process and its goals before they commit to the process (see /media/loftslag/Hare_2-participation.pdf
  • 24. VI_2020_004

    has been calculated considering both the number of inhabitants and of visitors in the high-season. Data from inhabitants have been acquired by the Register of Iceland in 2017, whereas data from visitors at key touristic destinations have been estimated from the documents provided by the Icelandic Tourist Board (2016 and 2017). The PEI scale has been than adjusted from the original one to fit /media/vedurstofan-utgafa-2020/VI_2020_004.pdf
  • 25. NONAM_1st_workshop_summary_v3

    of earlier established definitions is often a critical point in participatory planning processes, in particular when reconsideration of earlier established objectives can be insisted upon too easily and/or initiated due to ambiguous guidelines. Considering the precariousness of the exercises implied by Q3 and Q4 it was felt that first serious commitment should be ensured from the top /media/vedurstofan/NONAM_1st_workshop_summary_v3.pdf
  • 26. 2013_001_Nawri_et_al

    /vedurfar/vindorka/). 14 3.2 Weibull statistics Whether considering specific or generalised wind climates, the basis for the statistical analyses presented here is the determination of local distributions of wind speed for separate wind direction sectors. Within each sector, WAsP calculates averages and other relevant statistical properties from an analytical approximation of the wind speed distribution /media/vedurstofan/utgafa/skyrslur/2013/2013_001_Nawri_et_al.pdf
  • 27. D2.3_CES_Prob_fcsts_GCMs_and_RCMs

    builds on simulations made for the Special Report on Emissions Scenarios (SRES) A1B scenario (Naki�enovi� and Swart 2000); thus, the emission scenario uncertainty is neglected. However, as suggested by Fig. 1.1 and shown more quantitatively in RR08, this source of uncertainty is secondary when considering climate change in the early 21st century. Another difference to RR08 is the length /media/ces/D2.3_CES_Prob_fcsts_GCMs_and_RCMs.pdf
  • 28. VI_2014_001

    the index flood and catchment attributes (see for instance Grover et al., 2002, for a review of potential methods). The index flood method has recently been evaluated for ten catchments in northern Iceland (Crochet, 2012a, 2012b), considering both daily and instantaneous flood quantiles. Results are promising, but the limited number of gauged sites available in these regions prevents the devel /media/vedurstofan/utgafa/skyrslur/2014/VI_2014_001.pdf
  • 29. Outline_for_the_case_Road_maintenance_in_a_changing_climate

    and also actual policy implementation. Differences in effectiveness of participation are often related to large differences in capacity to grasp the entire theme area and consequences of choices. Considering the discussion in the previous sections figure 1 should be largely self evident. A special feature is the insertion of a third party peer review of the scenarios and the analyzed dilemmas /media/loftslag/Outline_for_the_case_Road_maintenance_in_a_changing_climate.pdf
  • 30. VI_2020_008

    a broader perspective, the analysis of extreme measured or simulated precipitation must consider uncertainties in measurement accuracy and unavoidable simplifications in meteo- rological models. These influences are pertinent for hydrologists and civil engineers when considering extreme runoff at a catchment scale. The following ten factors encompass mete- orological and hydrological /media/vedurstofan-utgafa-2020/VI_2020_008.pdf

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