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  • 11. FMI_-_Disaster_Mitigation

    (Percent) By Year Built Categories Percent of Homes Damaged By Year Built Categories 36 24 26 28 30 32 34 Pre 1980 80-96 97-2002 Post 2002 Percent Damaged All Homes – Damage Per Square Foot All Homes - Damage Per Square Foot 2 2.5 D a m a g e P e r S q . F o o t 0 0.5 1 1.5 < 120 120-129 130-139 140-149 > 149 D a m a g e P e r S q . F o o t Pre 1980 1980-1996 1997-2002 Post 2002 /media/loftslag/FMI_-_Disaster_Mitigation.pdf
  • 12. 2012_001web

    "></a> <div id="pg-search" class="qsearch"> <h2 class="boxhd">Leit � vefsv��inu</h2> <form class="content" action="/leit"> <div> <span class="fi_txt req"><label for="qstr">Leitaror�:</label> <input id="qstr" name="q" value="" /></span> <span class="fi_btn"><input class="submit" type="submit" value="Leita" /></span> </div> </form> </div> <hr class="stream" /><a class /media/2012_001web.pdf
  • 13. Mid-Latitudes-Agenda1_nov2013EH

    Thursday, 14 November Time Agenda Item 09:00 – 10:30 09:00 – 09:20 09:20 – 09:40 09:40 – 10:00 10:00 – 10:30 Potential Arctic / Mid-Latitude Linkages - East Asia (Chair: Jim Overland) Rapid Arctic Warming in Recent Decades and Its Impact on Climate Change over East Asia - S-J Kim Extreme weather in northern mid-latitudes linked to cryosphere loss - Q Tang A cause of the AO /media/loftslag/Mid-Latitudes-Agenda1_nov2013EH.pdf
  • 14. ces-glacier-scaling-memo2009-01

    of melt water from glaciated areas in long integrations for a warming climate. Glacier dynamics This problem can be qualitatively analysed by considering the continuity equation for ice vol- ume, which may be expressed as ¶h ¶t + ¶q ¶x = b or ¶h ¶t +~ ~q = b ; (1) for a one-dimensional ice flow channel or an ice cap that flows in two horizontal dimensions, respectively. h is ice thickness, q or ~q /media/ces/ces-glacier-scaling-memo2009-01.pdf
  • 15. raisanen_ruosteenoja_CES_D2.2

    in Table 2.1. Some potential limitations of using the CMIP3 ensemble for probabilistic climate change forecasting should be mentioned. First, current GCMs still have a relatively coarse horizontal resolution. Within the CMIP3 ensemble, the grid spacing varies from 1.1 q latitude × 1.1q longitude to 4 q latitude × 5q longitude (for the analysis presented here, all the model results were /media/ces/raisanen_ruosteenoja_CES_D2.2.pdf
  • 16. VI_2013_008

    types and for which daily discharge (Q) was available for at least thirty years was selected (Figure 1). Table 1 presents information on the characteristics of each catchment. Rivers in Iceland are usually classified according to their source (Rist, 1990; Jónsdóttir et al., 2008), namely direct runoff (D), groundwater fed (L), glacial rivers (J) and whether they flow through lakes (S). The combination /media/vedurstofan/utgafa/skyrslur/2013/VI_2013_008.pdf
  • 17. Journal_of_Hydrology_Veijalainen_etal

    be amplified by the RCM (Kjellstöm and Lind, 2009). Kjellstöm and Lind (2009) found that a systematic wet bias of 10–15% in precip- itation of the ECHAM5 GCM was increased to 20–30% in the RCM Table 1 Selected example areas for closer evaluation of climate change impacts on flood discharges and flood inundation area extents. Q is discharge and WSE water surface elevation. Map Ref. Fig. 1c Q gauge /media/ces/Journal_of_Hydrology_Veijalainen_etal.pdf
  • 18. GA_2009_91A_4_Andreassen

    Fokstugu was used, r was 0.882. The differ- ence in r for the two periods is only 0.015 and doesnot indicate a systematic shift in summer tempera-ture due to the change in station location. Mass balance modelThe mass balance model calculates the mass bal- ance, b(z), as the sum of ablation and solid precip-itation: where Q is energy available for melt, Lm is latentheat of melting and Psolid /media/ces/GA_2009_91A_4_Andreassen.pdf
  • 19. Water_resources_man_Veijalainen_etal

    draw-down of at least one meter by the beginning of April. In addition to Author's personal copy Climate Change Impacts on the Vuoksi Watershed in Finland 3441 Fig. 2 Schematic presentation of the new regulation scheme for Lake Pielinen. The outflow from the lake (Q) depends on the water level and time of year. The percentages give the deviation from outflow according to the natural rating curve /media/ces/Water_resources_man_Veijalainen_etal.pdf
  • 20. D2.3_CES_Prob_fcsts_GCMs_and_RCMs

    19 CMIP3 GCMs are used (Table 2.1). The horizontal grid spacing of these models varies from 1.1 q latitude × 1.1q longitude to 4 q latitude × 5q longitude. For each 2 Some of the RCM simulations in the ENSEMBLES data base were conducted with funding from other sources, including CES. 5 model, a 198-year time series (1901-2098) obtained /media/ces/D2.3_CES_Prob_fcsts_GCMs_and_RCMs.pdf

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