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  • 1. 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
  • 2. ECONOMIC_EFFECTS_OF_CLIMATE_CHANGE_ON_THE_TOURISM_SECTOR_IN_SPAIN

    ECONOMIC EFFECTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON THE TOURISM SECTOR IN SPAIN By Ana Gargallo-Castel Department of Business Administration University of Zaragoza, C/ Ciudad Escolar, s/n 44003 TERUEL, SPAIN Phone: 00 34 978 61 81 01. Fax 00 34 978 61 81 03 Email: gargallo@unizar.es Luisa Esteban-Salvador Department of Finance and Accounting University of Zaragoza, C/ Ciudad Escolar, s/n /media/loftslag/ECONOMIC_EFFECTS_OF_CLIMATE_CHANGE_ON_THE_TOURISM_SECTOR_IN_SPAIN.pdf
  • 3. Group5-Stakeholders_involvement

    /EPP 2 Stakeholders analysis 26 August 2011 PM/YZ/EPP 3 Stake h o l d e r s P u b l i c / p r i v at e P o w e r l e v e l (“ n u i s an ce” ca p a c i t y ) O r i e n tat i o n H or s t e n s m uni c ipal i t y ( c o m pe t e n t a u t h ori t y ) P u b l i c S t ron g Go v ernanc e N eighbour mun i c i p ali t y P u b l i c S t ron g Go v ernanc e Poli c y /media/loftslag/Group5-Stakeholders_involvement.pdf
  • 4. GA_2009_91A_4_Andreassen

    - elled using precipitation data southwest of the gla- cier. Results from the model compared well with re- ported mass balance values for the period 1949– 2006, obtained correlations (r) for bw and bs varied between 0.83 and 0.87 depending on model set up. Reconstruction of the mass balance series for the period 1924/1925–1948/1949 suggested a cumula- tive mass deficit of c. 30 m w.e. mainly due /media/ces/GA_2009_91A_4_Andreassen.pdf
  • 5. A heatwave in Iceland

    It culminated on 30 July, when new records were set. The maximum temperature in Reykjavík reached 25.7°C on the standard manned station outside the IMO offices, breaking the former record by 0.8°C. This is, indeed, rare as measurements in Reykjavík go back to the 1870s, and usually there are decades between temperatures above 23°C. The last 10 years have been unusual in this respect. At the automatic /about-imo/news/nr/1362
  • 6. Adalgeirsdottir-etal-tc-5-961-2011

    were carried out to obtain the flow and sliding parameters for Hoffellsjökull that resulted in a good simulation of the observed 20th century evolution of the glacier geometry. The obtained values for the rate factor and the sliding parameter are A= 4.6× 10−15 s−1 kPa−3 and C = 10× 10−15 m a−1 Pa−3, respectively. The ice divide is kept at a fixed location in the model com- putations presented here /media/ces/Adalgeirsdottir-etal-tc-5-961-2011.pdf
  • 7. IPPC-2007-ar4_syr

    °C per decade would be expected. Afterwards, tem- perature projections increasingly depend on specific emis- sions scenarios (Figure 3.2). {WGI 10.3, 10.7; WGIII 3.2} Since the IPCC’s first report in 1990, assessed projections have suggested global averaged temperature increases between about 0.15 and 0.3°C per decade from 1990 to 2005. This can now be com- pared with observed values of about 0.2 /media/loftslag/IPPC-2007-ar4_syr.pdf
  • 8. 2005EO260001

    Dashed lines encompass the V-shaped zone of tephra deposition. (c) Oblique aerial view from west of the tephra plume at Grímsvötn on 2 November. Note the ashfall from the plume. (Photo by M. J. Roberts.) (d) Weather radar image at 0400 UTC on 2 November. The top portion shows its projection on an EW-vertical plane. The minimum detection height for Grímsvötn is seen at 6 km, and the plume extends /media/jar/myndsafn/2005EO260001.pdf
  • 9. The weather in Iceland in 2021

    remarkably light in the Southwest during the year. The number of snow-covered days in Reykjavík were only 17 and only once been fewer. The summer was exceptionally warm, sunny, and dry in the North and East, the warmest on record in many places in these regions and many maximum temperature records were broken. The monthly mean temperature reached 14 °C at several stations this summer /about-imo/news/the-weather-in-iceland-in-2021
  • 10. RaisanenJouni_CES_2010

    not representative of present or future climate conditions? Winter mean T in Helsinki (1961-2008) 1961- 20081961- 1990 Temperature (°C) P r o b a b i l i t y d e n s i t y -12 4 Simplest case: change in mean climate, with no change in the magnitude of variability If variability changes as well, the two tails of the distribution (e.g., warm and cold) will be affected differently. IPCC (2001 /media/ces/RaisanenJouni_CES_2010.pdf

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