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  • 51. Supporting structures stopped most of an avalanche

    be estimated that 5,000-10,000 m³ of snow were stopped in the rows of supporting structures. This is many times the volume of snow in the avalanche tongue below the structures. The snow cover above the topmost row did not move or break up. It is possible that this is due to the supporting structures but as the fracture line to the west of the structures is approximately at the elevation of the top row /about-imo/news/nr/2476/
  • 52. Supporting structures stopped most of an avalanche

    It may be estimated that 5,000-10,000 m³ of snow were stopped in the rows of supporting structures. This is many times the volume of snow in the avalanche tongue below the structures. The snow cover above the topmost row did not move or break up. It is possible that this is due to the supporting structures but as the fracture line to the west of the structures is approximately at the elevation /avalanches/articles/nr/2475/
  • 53. IM_flyer

    be used to improve the decision making process and a part of the work within information management is to investigate how the process of information dissemination to the energy companies can be improved. In some cases there is increased inflow in the hydropower plants, the snow storage will increase abow certain elevation and spring and autumn floods will change. /media/ces/IM_flyer.pdf
  • 54. Factsheet-Bardarbunga-140906

    at Bárðarbunga was measured with the radar system of Isavia’s aircraft. The measurements show large changes on the ice-surface. Up to 15 m subsidence has occurred in the centre of the caldera, which corresponds to a volume change of 0.25 km3. The shape of the subsidence area is in accordance with the elevation of the caldera floor having lowered by that amount. o Subsidence of this order has /media/jar/Factsheet-Bardarbunga-140906.pdf
  • 55. Eyjafj_status_2010-04-27

    the air at 12:00 GMT at an elevation of 3–3.6 km (10–12,000 ft). Heading: West–northwest from the eruption site. Colour: Light, low-lying clouds of steam observed over the eruption site, together with occasional bursts of grey to black-coloured cloud, which rose to up to half of the total height of the eruption plume. Above this level, the plume was lighter in colour with a capping of white cloud /media/jar/myndsafn/Eyjafj_status_2010-04-27.pdf
  • 56. Adalgeirsdottir-etal-tc-5-961-2011

    and the flow of glaciers is used to re- construct the 20th century retreat history of Hoffellsjökull, a south-flowing outlet glacier of the ice cap Vatnajökull, which is located close to the southeastern coast of Iceland. The bedrock topography was surveyed with radio-echo soundings in 2001. A wealth of data are available to force and constrain the model, e.g. surface elevation maps from ∼1890 /media/ces/Adalgeirsdottir-etal-tc-5-961-2011.pdf
  • 57. Pollution

    values of SO2. Írafoss - an inland background station Írafoss is situated at a hydropower station in Grímsnes in south Iceland surrounded by pasture and heath with some farmland and a river close to the site and a lake nearby. Elevation is 65 m above sea level, distance from the sea is 26 km and distance to towns of about 1000 inhabitants is about 15 km. This is an ideal inland background /pollution-and-radiation/pollution/
  • 58. 100 years since Katla erupted

    temperature at Reynisfjall is shown, adjusted to the elevation of the Katla caldera. A couple of explanations have been suggested to explain the seasonal seismicity, for example increased pore-fluid pressure can cause increased seismicity. Decreased glacial loading could also be another explanation.This graph shows seismicity since 2011. High earthquake rates are observed, and the largest earthquakes /about-imo/news/100-years-since-katla-erupted
  • 59. HARMONIE - numerical weather prediction model 

    of these models is SURFEX which simulates processes at the surface and in the soil, e.g. temperature and water balance, radiation balance and transfer of heat, see Figure 1. It is important to describe the surface, and its properties, as well as possible. To do this SURFEX uses elevation data (from the GTOPO3 database of USGS), data on sand- and clay fraction in soil (from the HWSD database of FAO /weather/articles/nr/3232
  • 60. 2010-05-02_En-IES_IMO

    scientists at Gígjökull. [No scientific overflight today.] Eruption plume: Height (a.s.l.): Estimated from web-camera views and observers on the ground at an elevation of 4–5.4 km (13–18,000 ft). Clouds of ash at lower elevations observed drifting south-east of the eruption site. No verifiable detections from the weather radar at Keflavík Airport. Heading: South-east from /media/jar/2010-05-02_En-IES_IMO.pdf

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