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  • 11. 2010_005_

    which are significantly lower com- pared with similar beginning and end years. Consequently, for the 2004–50 period, the average RCM warming rates of 0.29 K per decade over the ocean, and 0.35 K per decade over the land are somewhat larger than for the reduced IPCC ensemble mean. Additionally, the tabulated values of SAT differences between the 1961–90 control period and either the 2021–50 /media/ces/2010_005_.pdf
  • 12. VI_2015_005

    This is also the case with cyclones in all three sectors. Cyclones in the eastern or western sector are also strongly affected by the presence of central cyclones. In both sectors, cyclones tend to move east, unless there are cyclones in the neighbouring sector, in which case pressure tendencies are reversed. 21 Figure 10. Composite mean temporal MSLP tendencies, for different MSLP modes. Com- posite mean /media/vedurstofan/utgafa/skyrslur/2015/VI_2015_005.pdf
  • 13. Kok_JGEC658_2009

    to be simple and therefore has important drawbacks. Future improvements should be made in the light of applications within a larger toolbox of scenario methods.  2008 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved. * Tel.: +31 317 482422; fax: +31 317 419000. E-mail address: Contents lists available at ScienceDirect Global Environmental Change journa l homepage: www.e lsev ier .com/ locate /media/loftslag/Kok_JGEC658_2009.pdf
  • 14. Lorenzoni_Pidgeon_2006

    level, surveys commissioned by the European Com- munity/the European Union provide an indication of trends in concern about cli- mate change. Since 1992, such surveys have been undertaken among representative samples of citizens in its Member States, and specifically on topics related to the environment (Special Eurobarometers (EB) in 1992, 1995, 2002; and a Flash EB in 2002). These have included /media/loftslag/Lorenzoni_Pidgeon_2006.pdf
  • 15. Reykholt-abstracts

  • 16. VI_2019_009

    To distinguish between rain and snow, the volume is com- pared to the water equivalent but the volume of snow is ten times larger. Figure 1. How PWD22 determines the type of precipitation. Using the information about the changes of the backscatter signal, water equivalent and temper- ature the Vaisala Present Weather Detector can give information about the type of precipitation. It is also used /media/vedurstofan-utgafa-2019/VI_2019_009.pdf
  • 17. VI_2013_008

    systematically underestimated. The bias is not as pronounced for the non glacial rivers. Com- bining synoptic-scale and basin-scale predictors (method 3) leads to a substantial improvement compared to the use of MSLP fields alone (method 1). Analogue forecasts become similar or better than persistence, depending on catchment and lead time. Usually, persistence performs better for T=1 day and then method 3 /media/vedurstofan/utgafa/skyrslur/2013/VI_2013_008.pdf
  • 18. VI_2014_006

    the com- plexity of the hydrological processes through modelling, but its application is usually limited to the short-range. Although the results demonstrated a great potential for this method, its success- ful application in real-time will strongly depend on the quality and availability of streamflow observations, which can be poor or simply missing during periods of variable durations, e.g /media/vedurstofan/utgafa/skyrslur/2014/VI_2014_006.pdf

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