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  • 71. Observations -

    .. Observations from weather station Details about the station Forecast for station 12 h 6 days Graphs - 24 hours Graphs - week /weather/observations/areas/west-fjords/djupid/
  • 72. EUMETNET meeting in Reykjavík

    Participants of EUMETNET meeting in Reykjavik, 28-29 May 2008. EUMETNET meeting in Reykjavík 29.5.2008 EUMETNET is a network grouping 24 European National Meteorological /about-imo/news/nr/1302
  • 73. New version for new IMO

    the past 24 hours is presented, both on a map with selected stations and in a table of averages. A summary of last week's report can be read and the comment or warning of IMO's hydrologist when appropriate. Some of the web-site's litterature has been relocated, e.g. articles on pollution, radiation, ozone and lightnings. Over the next few weeks many articles will be presented on hydrology /about-imo/news/nr/1538
  • 74. Eruption has started in Grímsvötn

    May 21st 2011. Eruptions in Grímsvötn start as subglacial eruptions, which quickly break the ice cover. At 21:00 UTC, the eruption plume had risen to an altitude of over 65,000 ft (~20 km). Initially, the plume is expected to drift to the east and subsequently to the north. Thus, the ash is not expected to impact aviation in Europe, at least not during the first 24 hours. The figure /about-imo/news/nr/2174
  • 75. The crater at Grímsvötn

    Grímsvötn eruption: evening flight at Tuesday 24 May 2011 from 20:30 to 21:00 hrs. 1 2 3 4 The crater at Grímsvötn Small vents surrounded by a thin circle of tephra /about-imo/news/nr/2188
  • 76. Measurements and simulation of volcanic ash for civil aviation

    An eruption in Grímsvötn in May 2011. It is assumed that as much ash was released into the air during the first 24 hours of this eruption as in total during the 40 days of the Eyjafjallajökull eruption a year earlier. Measurements and simulation of volcanic ash for civil aviation Workshop /about-imo/news/nr/2421
  • 77. A new weather radar in the East

    the precipitation does not reach the ground, i.e. when water droplets evaporate while falling. Combined images are also presented on IMO's web. There, the radar images are combined with a thermal image from the weather satellite Meteosat-9, which belongs to EUMETSAT. Panoramic view from Teigsbjarg by Richard Yeo, 24 April 2012 /about-imo/news/nr/2528
  • 78. Flood subsiding

    discharge of about 1,300 cubic metres per second at 07:30 UTC today. During the last 24 hours, over 17 mm of rainfall has been recorded in the Hvítá - Ölfusá catchment. Discharge levels in the upper reach of the Hvítá catchment are decreasing rapidly. At 14:00 UTC today, floodwater discharge at Fremstaver was about 264 cubic metres per second, which is 50% lower than yesterday's observations. Water /about-imo/news/nr/2662
  • 79. VONA message

    .hazard_gray { background-color: #999; color: #fff} .vol_code .hazard_green { background-color: #008000; color: #fff} .vol_code .hazard_yellow { background-color: #ffff00; color: #222;} .vol_code .hazard_orange { background-color: #ffa500; color: #222;} .vol_code .hazard_red { background-color: #ff0000; color: #fff} VONA message Grímsvötn Time: 24. Nov /earthquakes-and-volcanism/volcanoes/vona-notifications/
  • 80. Grimsvotn_status_2010-11-04_IES_IMO

    frequency tremor indicative of volcanic activity. Earthquakes: Since yesterday evening, four earthquakes ranging in size from magnitude 0.7 to 1.2 have been detected at Grímsvötn. GPS deformation: No change; see status report from 01 November 2010. Overall assessment: During the last 24 hours, tremor levels at seismic station 'grf' have declined considerably. Discharge measurements /media/vatnafar/flod/Grimsvotn_status_2010-11-04_IES_IMO.pdf

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