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  • 71. Jökulhlaup from Grímsvötn subsides

    the centuries, increasing the elevation of the sandur area there relative to the central part. In addition, the glacier has carved a trench during times of advance. Thus, it was clear that retreat of the glacier over the past 15 years would sooner or later lead to a drastic shift in the direction of meltwater flow from this part of the glacier. In the summer of 2009, this shift occurred and water has /about-imo/news/2010/nr/2042
  • 72. Jökulhlaup from Grímsvötn subsides

    the centuries, increasing the elevation of the sandur area there relative to the central part. In addition, the glacier has carved a trench during times of advance. Thus, it was clear that retreat of the glacier over the past 15 years would sooner or later lead to a drastic shift in the direction of meltwater flow from this part of the glacier. In the summer of 2009, this shift occurred and water has /about-imo/news/nr/2042
  • 73. Johannesson_Thomas_CES_2010

    mm/yr • Iceland 0.032 ± 0.01 mm/yr • Svalbard 0.026 ± 0.01 mm/yr • Small glaciers and ice caps in total ~1.0 mm/yr • Global sea-level ~3 mm/yr Advancing/retreating non-surging termini Maps of annual average elevation changes - E: Eyjafjallajökull, Ti: Tindfjallajökull and To: Torfajökull ice caps - periods displayed as subscripts of E, To and Ti Temperature at 8 /media/ces/Johannesson_Thomas_CES_2010.pdf
  • 74. VI_2016_006_rs

    seen from northeast. The debris piles in the foreground are at the bottom of the inner cirque. Photograph: Árni Hjartarson. Two cirques called Efri-Botnar (also called Dagmálabotnar) are situated at an elevation 400– 500 m a.s.l. to the southwest of Strandartindur. The outer cirque is located between Strandar- tindur and Miðtindur while the inner one is between Miðtindur and Innri-Strandartindur /media/vedurstofan-utgafa-2016/VI_2016_006_rs.pdf
  • 75. Markarfljót outwash plain and Öræfajökull

    through the ice surface at ~1,500 m elevation. Consequently, supraglacial outbursts of floodwater would have dominated the onset of both jökulhlaups. Geomorphological evidence suggests that jökulhlaups in 1727 reached 4x104 m3/s at Kotá and that 1362 events had substantially higher discharge. The findings of this chapter provide constraints for estimating the melting potential of Öræfajökull /hydrology/hazard-risk-assessments/glacial-outburst-floods/markarfljotsaurar-oraefajokull/
  • 76. askja_minnisblad_ens

    most of the Suðurbotnahraun lava field and it reached the Kvíslahraun lava, but the eruptive fissure of the Suðurbotnahraun lava is beside the rockslide and therefore intact. The slide triggered a tsunami in the lake that washed up on the lakeshores all around the lake, reaching up to 20–30 m elevation above the water level and even higher in places. The wave travelled farthest around 400 m /media/ofanflod/myndasafn/frodleikur/askja_minnisblad_ens.pdf
  • 77. vonKorff_etal-2010

    Copyright © 2010 by the author(s). Published here under license by the Resilience Alliance. Von Korff, Y., P. d'Aquino, K. A. Daniell, and R. Bijlsma. 2010. Designing participation processes for water management and beyond. Ecology and Society 15(3): 1. [online] URL: http://www. ecologyandsociety.org/vol15/iss3/art1/ Synthesis, part of a Special Feature on Implementing Participatory Water /media/loftslag/vonKorff_etal-2010.pdf
  • 78. Rockslide in Askja, July 21 2014 - Preliminary results of observations

    on the lakeshores all around the lake, reaching up to 20–30 m elevation above the water level and even higher in places. The wave travelled farthest around 400 m (horizontally) into the flatland SE of the crater Víti. It was fortunate that the rockslide occurred late at night and nobody was close to the water, otherwise it would have been extremely hazardous. A few hours earlier, tens of people /avalanches/articles/nr/2929
  • 79. Lettenmaier_Dennis_CES_2010pdf

    monthly temperature) • Hydropower = f(release, reservoir elevation) • Monthly timestep • Historic Streamflows to Validate • Projected Inflows to assess future performance of system Total Basin Storage 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 Historical Control Period 1 Period 2 Period 3 S t o r a g e , B C M Minimum Average Maximum Annual Releases to the Lower Basin 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 /media/ces/Lettenmaier_Dennis_CES_2010pdf.pdf
  • 80. Bardarbunga_kafli20140825

    frequency during the last 1100 years is 1 eruption per 50 years on average. Eruptions on the ice covered part of the system have the potential to cause major floods in several rivers flowing southwards and northwards from the Vatnajökull ice cap. _________________________________________________________________________ Central volcano: Bárðarbunga Lat, lon: 68°38´N, 17°31´W Elevation: 2009 /media/jar/Bardarbunga_kafli20140825.pdf

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