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  • 31. ved-eng-2015

    the whole year, 2015, the number of days with total snow cover in Reykjavík was 70, i.e. 5 above the 1971-2000 mean. A record snow depth for December was reached in Reykjavík. The number of days with total snow cover in Akureyri in 2015 was 104, i.e. 13 fewer than the 1971-2000 average. The greatest snow depth of the year was measured at Skeiðsfoss in the North on 1st and 2nd February, 130 cm /media/vedurstofan/utgafa/skylduskil/ved-eng-2015.pdf
  • 32. VanderKeur_etal-2008-Uncertainty_IWRM-WARM

    tg ui da n ce fo rt ra ns bo un da ry w at er s, pr ep ar ed an d P. van der Keur et al. (floo dmanag ement )an d wat er qualit y ag re ed u po n in co m m o n u n de rs ta nd in g, creat ed th e bas is fo rth e formul atio n o f joi nt m ea su re s (Fr ijte rs an d Le en tv aa r 200 3) Mo del s (na tural ,te chnica l an d so ci al sy ste m s): Uncert aint y ha s to be incorp orated : 1: Ep ist /media/loftslag/VanderKeur_etal-2008-Uncertainty_IWRM-WARM.pdf
  • 33. The weather in Iceland 2014

    152 133 23.0 225 133 Grímsstaðir 514.8 146 128 22.5 228 133 Miðfjarðarnes 765.0 120 36.4 233 130 Skjaldþingsstaðir 1980.1 179 115.6 237 162 Dalatangi 2069.6 147 132 72.6 275 189 Höfn í Hornafirði 2060.9 162 57.4 253 189 Vatnsskarðshólar 1851.9 119 111 58.9 270 213 Eyrarbakki 1486.1 108 87 50.0 234 200 Hjarðarland 1203.8 /about-imo/news/nr/3082
  • 34. The weather in Iceland 2015

    cover in Akureyri in 2015 was 104, i.e. 13 fewer than the 1971-2000 average. The greatest snow depth of the year was measured at Skeiðsfoss in the North on 1st and 2nd February, 130 cm. Snow cover anomaly % (relative to 1971 - 2000) Figure 3. Snow cover anomalies (%) in the North (blue) and the South (yellow) compared to 1971-2000. Bright sunshine The number of bright sunshine hours /about-imo/news/nr/3273
  • 35. Markarfljót outwash plain and Öræfajökull

    people being isolated due to partial destruction of the road network; In Öræfi, up to 130 lives could be lost and 240–250 people isolated. Chapter VII. Öræfajökull: Evacuation time modelling of areas prone to volcanogenic floods (pdf 2.96 Mb) Pages 141–164 Emmanuel Pagneux Short summary A model of evacuation routes and timing for areas exposed to floods due to eruptive activity /hydrology/hazard-risk-assessments/glacial-outburst-floods/markarfljotsaurar-oraefajokull/
  • 36. Factsheet_Bardarbunga_20150130

    therefore lasted for 167 days. The Coordination centre in Skogarhlid was fully activated on the 19th of August and the operation has therefore lasted for 164 days. For comparison the volcanic eruption in Vestmannaeyjar lasted for 130 days, from 23rd of February 1973 until 3rd of July the same year. NATIONAL COMMISSIONER OF THE ICELANDIC POLICE DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL PROTECTION AND EMERGENCY /media/jar/Factsheet_Bardarbunga_20150130.pdf
  • 37. ved-eng-2014

    130 Skjaldþingsstaðir 1980.1 179 115.6 237 162 Dalatangi 2069.6 147 132 72.6 275 189 Höfn í Hornafirði 2060.9 162 57.4 253 189 Vatnsskarðshólar 1851.9 119 111 58.9 270 213 Eyrarbakki 1486.1 108 87 50.0 234 200 Hjarðarland 1203.8 89 35.7 198 158 Keflavíkurflugvöllur 1130.6 105 105 43.6 249 172 Precipitation equal to or exceeding 1.0 mm was measured on 160 days in Reykjavik, 12 more /media/vedurstofan/utgafa/skylduskil/ved-eng-2014.pdf
  • 38. Traffc-maintenance_expenditures

    362 1975 29 182 96 108 5 630 130 753 - 1 597 6 708 4 435 2 697 - - - 277 111 1 306 154 1974 24 528 82 192 3 441 119 169 - 1 176 7 717 3 555 3 012 - - - 244 792 1 385 993 1973 21 401 66 649 3 725 117 723 - 1 769 6 430 3 219 3 123 - - - 224 040 1 602 542 1972 19 347 62 519 2 126 108 481 - 1 539 6 664 2 584 1 774 - - - 205 035 1 688 811 1971 17 268 47 427 2 390 96 727 - 548 6 046 2 349 474 - - - 173 /media/loftslag/Traffc-maintenance_expenditures.pdf
  • 39. Hare-2011-ParticipatoryModelling

    stage )Suppor t an d ski lls n ee de d Har e et a l. (2003 ) X X An aly se lin ks be tw ee n participator y structur e an d proces s implementatio n Ba rr et ea u et a l. (2010 ) X X X Pr o vid e cle ar de sc rip tio n o fproces s (m an ag e ex pe ct at io n s); monitorin g an d evaluatio n Bot s an d va n Daale n (2008 ) X X X X X Su pp o rt pr o ce ss de sig n Ad ap te d fra m ew o rk u se d in th /media/loftslag/Hare-2011-ParticipatoryModelling.pdf
  • 40. FMI_-_Disaster_Mitigation

    Field Data • An estimate of the peak winds for each home is provided • This estimate is divided into 5 categories: – Less than 120 mph – 120-129 mph – 130-139 mph – 140-149 mph – Greater than 149 mph Year Built Categories • Using the homes year of construction a series of 4 categories were derived to evaluate the impact of prevailing construction practices and building codes. – Pre 1980 – 1980 /media/loftslag/FMI_-_Disaster_Mitigation.pdf

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