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  • 81. 2010_003rs

    distance between group centres DL Dalvík lineament EVZ Eastern volcanic zone fps fault plane solution GL Grímsey lineament GPS Global Positioning System HFF Húsavík-Flatey fault HM Hreppar micro-plate InSAR Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar J17 the 17 June large Holt earthquake J21 the 21 June large Hestvatn earthquake KR Kolbeinsey Ridge max48 maximum group size of 48 events NVZ /media/vedurstofan/utgafa/skyrslur/2010/2010_003rs.pdf
  • 82. Huntjens_etal-2010-Climate-change-adaptation-Reg_Env_Change

  • 83. Update on activity in Eyjafjallajökull 2010

    that the head of the sedimentary fan (upper part starting at the foot of both canyons) is presently at an elevation close to 340 m a.s.l., which is roughly 50 meters more than the elevation of the lake before the eruption (according to Digital Terrain Model, DTM, from ISOR). Ice tunnel in Gígjökull Gígjökull 11 June 2010: an ice tunnel can be seen above the main canyon in the palagonite. Another /earthquakes-and-volcanism/articles/nr/1884
  • 84. ces-oslo2010_proceedings

    ) for different periods in the past. By combining observations from the NVE and met.no networks, we are able to obtain results from the entire elevation profile. 11 Figure 1: Correlation coefficient (R) between time series of: a) number of snow days and winter temperature, b) number of snow days and winter precipitation, c) annual maximum snow depth and winter temperature, and d) annual maximum /media/ces/ces-oslo2010_proceedings.pdf
  • 85. Journal_of_Hydrology_Veijalainen_etal

    of catchments (e.g. size, location, lake percentage) and (4) to evaluate the usefulness of continental scale hydrological scenarios on a na- tional scale in a country with variable hydrological conditions. The results can be utilized in preliminary flood risk evaluation required by EU Floods Directive, when lowest building elevation, flood risk areas and flood adaptation options are planned /media/ces/Journal_of_Hydrology_Veijalainen_etal.pdf
  • 86. GA_2009_91A_4_Andreassen

    the endof melting and before fresh snow starts to fall. Thewinter (bw) and summer balance (bs) are calculatedseparately and the resulting net balance (bn) is cal-culated as the sum of the two components, bn = bw + bs (1) where bs is negative. The mass balance profiles aremade by plotting point measurements of winter and summer balance versus altitude, and their mean values for each 50 m elevation /media/ces/GA_2009_91A_4_Andreassen.pdf
  • 87. VI_2020_011_en

    are the objective of this report, but not for short-term immediate planning or evacuation during the first stages of an eruption. The main inputs of the MrLavaLoba code are topography, eruption volume and vent location. Lava does not flow like water and does not strictly follow the maximum downhill direction (steepest descent path), although topography, represented by a Digital Elevation Model (DEM /media/vedurstofan-utgafa-2020/VI_2020_011_en.pdf
  • 88. IMO_AnnualReport2014

    which descended into the caldera lake (Lake Öskjuvatn). The slide was released from the southeastern caldera wall, triggering 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. The wave travelled farthest around 400 m (horizontally) into the flatland SE of the crater Víti. Fortunately, the rockslide occurred /media/vedurstofan/utgafa/skyrslur/2015/IMO_AnnualReport2014.pdf
  • 89. Horsens_case

    NONAM Summerschool Copenhagen 22-26 August 2011 5 Figure 5 Longitutinal profiles of water level in rivers under average conditions (light blue). Max water level as estimated by the model is shown with red line. The figure also show bottom elevation of river and terrain level at both sides of the river (Upper: Bygholm river, Middle: Hansted river, Lower: Nørre Strand slues /media/loftslag/Horsens_case.pdf
  • 90. VI_2015_005

    2. Top: Average fields of surface wind speed in winter (DJF) and summer (JJA), based on the ERA-40 reanalysis. Bottom: Differences in surface wind speed between the ERA-Interim and ERA-40 reanalyses. in a simple manner related to terrain elevation, with negative values over the Alps, but positive and negative values across the East European Plain. Surface (2-m) air temperature differences between /media/vedurstofan/utgafa/skyrslur/2015/VI_2015_005.pdf

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