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  • 1. Organisational chart of the Icelandic Meteorological Office (IMO)

    disciplines. Additionally, 80 people assist with observation and surveillance work around the country. Below is a description of IMO's organisational chart: Director General, Árni Snorrason Human Resource Manager, Borgar Ævar Axelsson Quality and Information Security Manager, Sigurjón Árnason Legal Consultant, Hrafnhildur Valdimarsdóttir IMO comprises four divisions /about-imo/chart/
  • 2. Eyjafjallajokull_status_2010-04-28_IES_IMO

    of Krossá is unusually high, with a value of 300 µS cm−1 recorded yesterday. Additionally, the conductivity of Steinholtsá was over 170 µS cm−1 today, which is an abnormally high level, unless geothermal water is entering the catchment. Ash fall or ash- polluted snow are possible reasons for the high conductivity of Steinsholtsá. Likewise, lava from the former Fimmvörðuháls eruption could also /media/jar/Eyjafjallajokull_status_2010-04-28_IES_IMO.pdf
  • 3. Monitoring Öræfajökull

    and an aircraft from Isavia. Additionally, water samples, measurements of electrical conductivity and gas levels were made on the ground at Kvíárjökull, a valley glacier on the southeastern flank of Öræfajökull. Apart from a stench of gas from the Kvíá river, there was no obvious sign of recent flooding. The ice cauldron that was reported on 17 November 2017 measures about 1 km in diameter and it is 15 /about-imo/news/monitoring-oraefajokull
  • 4. Web update - avalanches

    Avalanche conditions are now given on a selected front page. Additionally, a forecast of avalanche danger for selected highland areas will be given twice a week. This risk estimate is designed with highland travellers in mind and does not reflect avalanche danger in habited areas. Further changes, updates and improvements can be expected on IMO's web during the next weeks and months /about-imo/news/nr/2622
  • 5. Christmas weather during the last 60 years

    was the weather like in Iceland at Christmas, many years ago? Simple maps are provided, which show the main features of the weather at noon on Christmas Day from 1949 onwards. Each screen has ten maps (ten years) and for easy navigation the buttons + 10 and - 10 (top left) take you a decade back or forth. The weather at six o'clock on Christmas Eve is also available. Additionally, snow cover /about-imo/news/nr/1424
  • 6. Hydrology of Eyjafjallajökull

    Gígjökull was 130-150 m3/s, which was higher than the days before. Additionally, the electrical conductivity of Krossá and Steinholtsá rivers remained high. For more photos of the hydrological measurements, see article. For earlier news of Eyjafjallajökull eruption, and of Fimmvörðuháls before that, click 2010 /about-imo/news/nr/1898
  • 7. Grimsvotn_status_2010-11-02_IES_IMO

    discharge of water from Grímsvötn. Discharge continues to increase in the Gígjukvísl river. Additionally, high levels of electrical conductivity in the river indicate the presence of geothermal meltwater. Presently, there are no detectable signs of the beginning of a volcanic eruption at Grimsvötn. /media/vatnafar/flod/Grimsvotn_status_2010-11-02_IES_IMO.pdf
  • 8. Instructions on using meteograms

    of the meteogram page; additionally, meteograms for specific stations can be viewed. The graphs are displayed in the region beneath the selection area; the entire width of the page is used to fit two meteograms side-by-side. Note that when a meteogram is requested via the search option, it is added to other meteograms that are on the page already. By using the search option it is possible to review /weather/articles/nr/1217
  • 9. Avalanche danger scale

    forecast maps, an international colour code is used, see below. The table and the icons are from EAWS. A specific map is presented for each of three selected high risk areas. Additionally, IMO issues an avalanche bulletin on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 16:00 for these three selected areas in Icelandic. A comment on overall avalanche conditions in Iceland and a general weather forecast /avalanches/articles/nr/2619
  • 10. Instructions on using station forecasts

    bar beneath the map is used to view the various forecast periods. It is possible to click on the sliding bar, the days, the hours, or the arrows at the either end of the bar. Additionally, the left and right arrows on your keyboard can also be used for navigation. The maps contain weather symbols that describe temperature, wind speed and wind direction. The orange point on the maps shows /weather/articles/nr/1210

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