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  • 1. Dyrrdal_Anita_CES_2010

    -08 – 225 stations Introduction Data & Methods Results 138 mutual stations Climate grids, 1x1 km (www.seNorge.no) Norwegian Meteorological Institute met.no Analysis • Mann-Kendall non-parametric trend test – Evaluate significance of trends in snow series • Linear trend test – Compare slopes to mean winter temperature • Analysis of correlation – Investigate snow parameters sensitivity /media/ces/Dyrrdal_Anita_CES_2010.pdf
  • 2. norsem_matthew

    -level readings. The results show a remarkable positive correlation between water-level - a proxy for discharge - and tremor intensity. This relationship is especially apparent at fast-flowing, turbulent rivers. Similarly, an infrasound array to the north of the Vatnajökull ice-cap shows diurnal variations in acoustic signals that follow water-level changes in a nearby glacial /media/norsem/norsem_matthew.pdf
  • 3. norsem_begga

    The observed travel time differences already mentioned can either be obtained from absolute times of measured (picked) phase arrivals (logged in earthquake catalogs) or as relative times between phases measured with cross-correlation (CC) of waveforms. CC between closely spaced earthquakes can give highly accurate relative time differences between phases, and can correct bad picks from /media/norsem/norsem_begga.pdf
  • 4. norsem_gunnar

    Iceland Seismic Zone. It was implemented in connection with the European REAKT project and lead by Kristin Vogfjörð. We use cross-correlation and double difference methods from Ragnar Slunga. We correlate new single automatic located events with waveforms of events from a high-resolution library (catalog) of active mapped faults in the area and also from a library of well located single events /media/norsem/norsem_gunnar.pdf
  • 5. norsem_korja

    fault zone in the Kuusamo area, the gradient seems to be associated with a zone of increased seismicity. In these areas, the crustal thickness gradients are optimally oriented for reactivation. Because the spatial distribution of the registered earthquakes exhibits little to no correlation with the an existing ellipsoidal rebound model or Glacial Isostatic Adjustment (GIA /media/norsem/norsem_korja.pdf
  • 6. GA_2009_91A_4_Andreassen

    winter balance (bw) was 1.43 m w.e, themean summer balance (bs) w s –1.72 m w.e. Stor-breen had a transient mass surplus in the period1989–1995 due to high bw and decreased bs. Th in-crease in bw is related to the highly positive NorthAtlantic Oscillation (NAO) index in this period(Pohjola and Rogers 1997; Hanssen-Bauer and Før-land 1998; Rasmussen and Conway 2005) although correlation between /media/ces/GA_2009_91A_4_Andreassen.pdf
  • 7. Accepted abstracts

    a karstified rock mass Marie Keiding and others Stress and strain along an oblique plate boundary, the Reykjanes peninsula in SW Iceland Matthew J. Roberts and others Thirty years of borehole strainmeter measurements in Iceland Ólafur Guðmundsson and Bryndís Brandsdóttir Geothermal seismic noise at Ölkelduháls Ólafur Guðmundsson and Roland Roberts Ambient seismic noise correlation in two /earthquakes-and-volcanism/conferences/jsr-2009/featured/
  • 8. Conference Schedule: 30 October 2009

    & others - Stress and strain along an oblique plate boundary, the Reykjanes peninsula in SW Iceland Matthew J. Roberts & others - Thirty years of borehole strainmeter measurements in Iceland Ólafur Guðmundsson & Bryndís Brandsdóttir - Geothermal seismic noise at Ölkelduháls Ólafur Guðmundsson & Roland Roberts - Ambient seismic noise correlation in two dimensions Páll Einarsson & others - Radon /earthquakes-and-volcanism/conferences/jsr-2009/schedule/
  • 9. Paper-Olafur-Rognvaldsson_91

    precipitation simulated byMM5 (nine point average) at the location of the ice cap. The simulated precipitation is within one standard deviation of the average observed winter precipitation within this altitude range for sixteen out of nineteen winters during the period (1987–2006). The Spearman’s rank correlation is 0.63 with a significance value of 0.004 and the RMS error is 49. Areal integrals /media/ces/Paper-Olafur-Rognvaldsson_91.pdf
  • 10. Evidences that Grímsvötn volcano is getting ready for

    Meteorological Office performing gas measurements in Grímsvötn in the recent days. This picture is taken nearby the place where the last eruption in 2011 took place. (Photo: IMO/Melissa Anne Pfeffer) In 1953, Sigurður Þórarinsson suggested a correlation between jökulhlaup (glacial floods) and eruptions in Grímsvötn /about-imo/news/evidences-that-grimsvotn-volcano-is-getting-ready-for-the-next-eruption

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