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  • 61. HARMONIE - numerical weather prediction model 

    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) and data on land surface /weather/articles/nr/3232
  • 62. 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
  • 63. Dyrrdal_Anita_CES_2010

    • Analyse future snow scenarios Introduction Data & Methods Results 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 0-100 100- 200 200- 300 300- 400 400- 500 500- 600 600- 700 700- 800 800- 900 900- 1000 1000- 1100 1100- 1200 1200- 1300 1300- 1400 1400- 1500 1500- 1600 1600- 1700 1700- 1800 1800- 1900 1900- 2000 2000- 2100 2100- 2200 Høyde (m o.h.) A n t a l l v æ r s t a s j o n e r Elevation of met.no /media/ces/Dyrrdal_Anita_CES_2010.pdf
  • 64. 2010_016

    subcatchments vhm 167 and vhm 269) and the non-glacier covered watershed Sandá í Þistilfirði vhm 26. ................................................................................................................. 9 Figure 2. Elevation distribution for Sandá í Þistilfirði (vhm 26, blue curve) and Austari- Jökulsá (vhm 144, red broken curve /media/ces/2010_016.pdf
  • 65. 2010_017

    .................................................................................................................. 10 Figure 4. Elevation distribution for Sandá í Þistilfirði (vhm 26, blue curve) and Austari- Jökulsá (vhm 144, red broken curve). .................................................................................... 16 Figure 5. Comparison of mean yearly temperature 1961–2005 for Sandá í Þistilfirði (vhm 26); an interpolation /media/ces/2010_017.pdf
  • 66. ces_geus_paakitsoq_full_report

    was derived from observations in the area of Swiss Camp (h is the surface elevation in m a.s.l): τcl = 1.0 − 0.78n 2 exp(−0.00085h) (3) 3.2 Validation Procedure Implemented in the mass balance model is the comparison of the RCM-data (= the model input) to observations from weather stations on the ground. The observations are compared to the values of the RCM grid-cells they are located in. Before /media/ces/ces_geus_paakitsoq_full_report.pdf
  • 67. VI_arsskyrsla2020

  • 68. 2005EO260001

    caldera covered by 150- to 250-m-thick ice (Figure 1). Its highest peak, Grímsfjall, on the southern caldera rim, reaches an elevation of 1722 m. Volcanic eruptions there, numbering several per century, are phreatomagmatic because of the ice cover, and they usually persist for days to weeks. Geothermal activity continu- ously melts the overlying ice, and meltwater accumulates in a subglacial /media/jar/myndsafn/2005EO260001.pdf
  • 69. Paper-Olafur-Rognvaldsson_91

    of validation data. COMPARISON WITH GLACIOLOGICAL DATA The spatial variability of the mass balance on large ice masses, such as Vatnajökull and Langjökull ice caps, can be mapped given data along several profiles extending over the elevation range of the ice caps. Mass balance has been observed on parts of Vatnajökull ice cap in SE-Iceland since 1991 (Björns- son et al., 1998) and from 1996 /media/ces/Paper-Olafur-Rognvaldsson_91.pdf
  • 70. VI_2015_006

    elevation contour lines are drawn at 1000 mASL, indicating roughly the extent of the glaciers. 15 3 Radiation fluxes at the surface With increasing time past the summer solstice (20 June 2012), the solar energy per unit area received at the Earth’s surface, for the same cloud and snow conditions, decreases due to the shorter days and lower sun altitude angles. The characteristics of the solar cycle /media/vedurstofan/utgafa/skyrslur/2015/VI_2015_006.pdf

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