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  • 1. Veðurstöðvar

    Simple list Aðalvík (xf) I Akrafjall (sj) O I Akureyri (sk) O F M I Akureyri - Krossanesbraut (sj) I Arnarnesvegur (sj) O F M I Arnkatla (sj) I Austurárdalsháls (sj) O I Árnes (sj) O F M I Ásbyrgi (sj) O F M I Ásgarður (sj) F M I Ásgarður (sk) O I Bakkagerði (sj) O I Básar á Goðalandi (sj) O I Biskupsháls (sj) O I Bíldudalur (sj) O F /weather/stations/
  • 2. Group5-Milestones

    Revised catalogue of measures Decision-making 2 Published catalogue of measures *Objective Verifiable Indicators: the quantitative, qualitative, and time-bound measures that constitute evidence of the extent to which the aims have been met (see LogFrame matrix) 2 o Figur 1. Stakeholder participation stage o o When you integrate knowledge from different stakeholders, whose knowledge /media/loftslag/Group5-Milestones.pdf
  • 3. Horsens_breakout_12August

    students. If necessary we can form more than one group for the same topic. 2 Group 1 – Scenarios Objective  To build scenarios for use in a 20 years planning process aiming at design of a climate change adaptation plan. Tasks – questions to be answered 1. Knowledge gathering – climate change effects o Which knowledge is needed regarding climate effects and the involved uncertainties? What /media/loftslag/Horsens_breakout_12August.pdf
  • 4. Guidelines2-for-rapporteurs

    Perrels)  For each session report: o start with a heading indicating session number and title o for each presentation: name of presenter(s) and title o start for each presentation summary on a new page  Try to summarize briefly the main lines of argument as well as the project results and conclusions. This can be just like a not too long bullet list. When relevant, you can notify links /media/loftslag/Guidelines2-for-rapporteurs.pdf
  • 5. Factsheet_Bardarbunga_140908

    Conclusions of the Scientific Advisory Board of the Icelandic Civil Protection:  The eruptive activity at Holuhraun continues at similar intensity. o The eruption sites are the same as before. Lava flows to the East at similar rates as yesterday. Although the lava is now in contact with the river Jökulsá á Fjöllum, it does not reduce the lava flow rates significantly. No explosive activity /media/jar/Factsheet_Bardarbunga_140908.pdf
  • 6. Factsheet-Bardarbunga-140906

    at Bárðarbunga was measured with the radar system of Isavia’s aircraft. The measurements show large changes on the ice-surface. Up to 15 m subsidence has occurred in the centre of the caldera, which corresponds to a volume change of 0.25 km3. The shape of the subsidence area is in accordance with the elevation of the caldera floor having lowered by that amount. o Subsidence of this order has /media/jar/Factsheet-Bardarbunga-140906.pdf
  • 7. Factsheet-Bardarbunga-20140913

    a meter over the last 24 hours.  The volcanic eruption in Holuhraun is still ongoing with similar strength as last few days. Lava flows at similar rates as yesterday towards East into Jökulsá á Fjöllum.  The lava filed was measured yesterday afternoon to be 24,5 square kilometres.  Accumulated volume of the lava is now estimated to be at least 200 million cubic meters.  Gas cloud from /media/jar/myndsafn/Factsheet-Bardarbunga-20140913.pdf
  • 8. Factsheet-Bardarbunga-140905

    eruptive fissures had opened to the south of the on-going eruption.  At 8:30, a surveillance flight with scientists from the IMO and University of Iceland observed the following o Two new eruptive fissures formed south of the previous eruption site in Holuhraun, in a graben, that had formed above the intrusion, about 2km away from Dyngjujökull. o The eruptive fire fountains from the new /media/jar/Factsheet-Bardarbunga-140905.pdf
  • 9. Group5-Stakeholders_involvement

    /EPP 2 Stakeholders analysis 26 August 2011 PM/YZ/EPP 3 Stake h o l d e r s P u b l i c / p r i v at e P o w e r l e v e l (“ n u i s an ce” ca p a c i t y ) O r i e n tat i o n H or s t e n s m uni c ipal i t y ( c o m pe t e n t a u t h ori t y ) P u b l i c S t ron g Go v ernanc e N eighbour mun i c i p ali t y P u b l i c S t ron g Go v ernanc e Poli c y /media/loftslag/Group5-Stakeholders_involvement.pdf
  • 10. Factsheet_Bardarbunga-140909

    Conclusions of the Scientific Advisory Board of the Icelandic Civil Protection: • The eruptive activity at Holuhraun continues at similar intensity. o Lava flows to the East at similar rates as yesterday. The lava is now flowing in the river bed of Jökulsá á Fjöllum. No explosive activity due to the lava and river water interaction has been observed, but steam rises from the lava. • Air /media/jar/Factsheet_Bardarbunga-140909.pdf

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