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  • 41. Refsgaard_2-uncertainty

    Delta Change Method (correction of observed precipitation) Transformation of precipitation cont fut obsfut M M PP = Observeret n dbør 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 1-12-99 11-12-99 21-12-99 31-12-99 Dato N ed bø r (m m /d ag ) Observeret Skal ring af e 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 4 - - - - t N ed bø r (m m /d ag ) Observeret D lta Change Critical assumption: Future dynamics = present dynamics No change in number /media/loftslag/Refsgaard_2-uncertainty.pdf
  • 42. IPPC-2007-ar4_syr

  • 43. The weather in Iceland in 2019

    to lack of precipitation, but snow cover was heavy in Akureyri in December. The greatest snow depth measured in the country was 130 cm, by Skeiðsfossvirkjun power plant in the North on 23, 24 and 25 December. The number of days with snow cover in Akureyri was above normal in February and March but April was completely without snow which is not common there. In Reykjavík the days /about-imo/news/the-weather-in-iceland-in-2019
  • 44. 2012-Refsgaard_etal-uncertainty_climate-change-adaptation-MITI343

    sr el at ed to ag ric ul tu re in D en m ar k Cl im at e ch an ge im pa ct Adaptatio n Typ e o f proble m Conse quenc e Ris k leve l Dom inatin g uncertaint y Optio n Cos t leve l Inten t Actio n Tempora l scop e Spatia l scop e Additiona luncertaint y Sou rc e Natur e Sourc e Natur e In cr ea se d su m m er drought san d highe r w at er re qu ire m en ts caus e by longe rcro p growt h durat io n /media/loftslag/2012-Refsgaard_etal-uncertainty_climate-change-adaptation-MITI343.pdf
  • 45. VI_2009_012

    after the long propagation path cannot be completely regained by the instrument removal. Other stations with Lennartz 1 Hz + RD3 instruments are asm, gyg, hei, kri, sau skh and sol. They are all within 130 km epicentral distance so the low frequencies are not entirely lost in the instrument. Data from station hla are omitted from the data set. 20 Another station with diminished seismic amplitudes /media/vedurstofan/utgafa/skyrslur/2009/VI_2009_012.pdf
  • 46. VI_2009_013

    the last two decades, in 1994, 1996 and 1999. The 1994 swarm began on 11 May and lasted until 27 June. Between 120 and 130 earthquakes were located during that period, mostly beneath the northern flank of the volcano. Dahm and Brandsdóttir (1997) analyzed 15 selected earthquakes from the 1994 swarm which were also recorded on a temporary network. Lacking a velocity model for Eyjafjallajökull /media/vedurstofan/utgafa/skyrslur/2009/VI_2009_013.pdf
  • 47. Bárðarbunga 2015 - January events

    days. For comparison, the volcanic eruption in Westman islands archipelago south of Iceland (Heimaey, Vestmannaeyjar) lasted for 130 days, from 23 February 1973 until 3 July same year. 31 January 2015 12:00 - from geoscientist on duty No significant changes have taken place during the last 26 hours. Around six o‘clock this morning visibility improved and since then the glow from Holuhraun can /earthquakes-and-volcanism/articles/nr/3071
  • 48. Bárðarbunga 2015 - January events

    days. For comparison, the volcanic eruption in Westman islands archipelago south of Iceland (Heimaey, Vestmannaeyjar) lasted for 130 days, from 23 February 1973 until 3 July same year. 31 January 2015 12:00 - from geoscientist on duty No significant changes have taken place during the last 26 hours. Around six o‘clock this morning visibility improved and since then the glow from Holuhraun can /earthquakes-and-volcanism/articles/nr/3071/
  • 49. Bardarbunga-2015_January-events

    and has therefore lasted for 167 days. For comparison, the volcanic eruption in Westman islands archipelago south of Iceland (Heimaey, Vestmannaeyjar) lasted for 130 days, from 23 February 1973 until 3 July same year. 31 January 2015 12:00 - from geoscientist on duty No significant changes have taken place during the last 26 hours. Around six o‘clock this morning visibility improved and since /media/jar/Bardarbunga-2015_January-events.pdf
  • 50. 2013_001_Nawri_et_al

    the average of the (wind speed) distribu- tion is given by m = AG(1+1=k) ; (2) with gamma function, G, defined as usual. Wind power density, a measure of the energy flux through an area perpendicular to the direction of motion, varies not only with the cube of wind 15 Figure 2. Annual modelled distributions (dashed lines) and corresponding Weibull fits (solid lines) of wind speed at 50 mAGL, for two /media/vedurstofan/utgafa/skyrslur/2013/2013_001_Nawri_et_al.pdf

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