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  • 21. Alam_Ashraful_CES_2010

    Dominant height (m) Basal area just after thinning area threshold 60 80 100 120 Energy wood (Mg ha-1) 60 80 100 120 60 80 100 120 17 Findings: ecosystem CO2 balance 548.4 400 600 7.8 150.4 0 200 -200 O 2 m - 2 -390.86 -600 -400 g C O 1000 -800 -1097.6-1200 - Management Litter Humus 18 Emissions Capture Balance Conclusions • Large amount of unutilised energy biomass are available in Finland • Climate /media/ces/Alam_Ashraful_CES_2010.pdf
  • 22. Public-Choice-2012---McGuiness-and-Walker---Foundations-of-the-Ostrom-workshop---institutional-analysis,-polycentricity,-and-self-governance-of-the-commons

    296 Public Choice (2010) 143: 293–301 2 The commons The literature on the commons, or what is more technically defined as common-pool re- sources (CPRs), should be viewed initially from its place in the larger literature on dilem- mas of collective action. Since the foundational work of H. Scott Gordon (1954) on the com- mons, and Mancur Olson (1965) on collective action more broadly, the behavioral /media/loftslag/Public-Choice-2012---McGuiness-and-Walker---Foundations-of-the-Ostrom-workshop---institutional-analysis,-polycentricity,-and-self-governance-of-the-commons.pdf
  • 23. Perrels-CBA

    operational cost, etc.) and the annual revenues • consider an appropriate discount rate and assess NPV (net present value), IRR (internal rate of return), and net cash flows • rank alternatives by score level • SCBA: social CBA – total benefits -/- total costs for society, in this case benefits and costs often don’t accrue (entirely) to the same organisation due to the public nature of a project /media/loftslag/Perrels-CBA.pdf
  • 24. IMO_AnnualReport2014

    of events closely. Photo: Sigurlaug Gunnlaugsdóttir. Bárðarbunga Pálmi Erlendsson, Bergur H. Bergsson and others installing GPS and com- munication equipment. Photos: Þorgils Ingvarsson and Benedikt G. Ófeigsson. I C E L A N D I C M E T O F F I C E / A N N U A L R E P O R T 2 0 1 4 5 The magma intrusion from Bárðarbunga to the eruption site at Holuhraun and related tremor pulses /media/vedurstofan/utgafa/skyrslur/2015/IMO_AnnualReport2014.pdf
  • 25. VED_AnnualReport-2013_screen

    and our intention is to run these models dur- ing times of hazardous events and even on a daily basis to further improve monitoring. Avalanche monitoring has progressed. The em- phasis is now on improving our services, especially to the Icelandic Road and Coastal Administration with regard to transport. The reason is that com- munity structure has changed considerably in recent years and the need /media/vedurstofan/utgafa/arsskyrslur/VED_AnnualReport-2013_screen.pdf
  • 26. 2005EO260001

    level in Skeidará waned. The last sign of a crater explosion was seen at GRF early on 6 November, leaving only a weak tremor signal from the remnants of the jökulhlaup. The jökulhlaup fi nally ended in early December, after ~0.8 km3 of water had drained from the Grímsvötn lake (J. Hardardóttir, personal com- munication, 2005). Location and Volume Constraints Earthquake locations at Grímsvötn /media/jar/myndsafn/2005EO260001.pdf
  • 27. Paper-Olafur-Rognvaldsson_92

    a systematic com- parison of results to observed precipitation has been carried out. Un- dercatchment of solid precipitation is dealt with by looking only at days when precipitation is presumably liquid or by considering the occurrence and non-occurrence of precipitation. Away from non- resolved orography, the long term means (months, years) of observed and simulated precipitation are often /media/ces/Paper-Olafur-Rognvaldsson_92.pdf
  • 28. Refsgaard_etal-2007-Uncertainty-EMS

    and possibly the stake- holders at different phases of the modelling project. Many QA guidelines exist such as Middlemis (2000) and Van Waveren et al. (1999). The HarmoniQuA project (Schol- ten et al., 2007; Refsgaard et al., 2005a) has developed a com- prehensive set of QA guidelines for multiple modelling domains combined with a supporting software tool, MoST (downloadable via http /media/loftslag/Refsgaard_etal-2007-Uncertainty-EMS.pdf
  • 29. Group4

    ); new long-term investment strategy prioritizing low- or zero-net carbon forms of mobility 2040 Modal shift in logistics chains, especially within heavy industry. 3.3 Backcasting scenario narrative Low-Impact Mobility Project Evaluation (LIMPE) Climate change is occurring. Is it natural or anthropogenic? It doesn’t matter. Even though the future is inherently uncertain, one certainty /media/loftslag/Group4.pdf
  • 30. ces-oslo2010_proceedings

    anomalies of the WTs during the periods leading up to the five most severe droughts as compared to the average frequency of a given WT for the same period of the year over the entire data record. A period equal to dreg preceding the drought plus the 20 first days of the drought was used. All WTs with a net positive frequency anomaly over the five events were considered to be associated /media/ces/ces-oslo2010_proceedings.pdf

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