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  • 31. “The small eruption” in

    is never that pure (Graph: IMO/Gerður Stefánsdóttir).The eruption is constantly changingOver the past 6 months the eruption has been constantly changing, not only giving scientist a great opportunity to increase their knowledge, but also allowing the public to experience firsthand the power of nature. It could be said that eruptions are as fascinating as they can be dangerous. When new craters /about-imo/news/the-small-eruption-in-fagradalsfjall-celebrates-six-months/
  • 32. The weather in Iceland in 2018

    gloomy in the South West. The last two months of the year were warm. Wind speed was close to average. Temperature The annual average in Reykjavík was 5.5°C, 0.8°C above the 1961 to 1990 mean, but -0.3 below the mean of the last ten years (2008-2017). In Stykkishólmur the average temperature was 4.5°C, 1.0°C above the 1961 to 1990 mean. In Akureyri the average was 4.6°C, 1.3°C above /about-imo/news/the-weather-in-iceland-in-2018
  • 33. ved-eng-2005

    favourable, but less settled than during the previous three years. The temperature was above the 1961-1990 normal, about 0.7 to 0.9°C in most areas, but 0.3 to 0.6°C in the Southeast. The highest temperature of the year was measured at Burfell in the southern inland on 23 July, 25.9°C and the lowest at Kolka in the central highlands on 2 January -23.0°C. The precipitation was below normal /media/vedurstofan/utgafa/skylduskil/ved-eng-2005.pdf
  • 34. Eyjafjallajokull_status_2010-05-03_IES_IMO

    (16:00 GMT). Noises: Scientists working at Gígjökull regularly hear explosions and booming sounds and feel the ground vibrate. The vibrations are not felt in 3-4 km distance. Additional note: The scientists at Gígjökull experienced discomfort due to gas. Meltwater: Today water temperature at the Markarfljot bridge was measured 11°C but about 3°C in a 2 km distance from Gígjökull. Water /media/jar/Eyjafjallajokull_status_2010-05-03_IES_IMO.pdf
  • 35. Crochet_Philippe_CES_2010

    -2007; 1971-2007) • Gridded temperature: daily, 1 km (1949-2007) – Enhanced spatial interpolation (DEM) • Spline + lapse rate 6.5°C/km • Gridded precipitation: daily, 1 km (1958-2006) – LT-model (Smith & Barstad 2004) • Input: ECMWF precipitation, wind & temperature; DEM • CE project (Crochet et al., 2007, Jóhannesson et al., 2007) Derived data (1958-2006) (daily, 1 km2, catchment averaged) 0TT /media/ces/Crochet_Philippe_CES_2010.pdf
  • 36. The weather in Iceland 2006

    A general overview The year was generally favourable and warm. In the South and West the temperature was about 1.1°C above the 1961-1990 normal and 1.3 to 1.8°C above normal in the North and East. The average temperature in Reykjavík was 5.4°C. It ranks as the eleventh warmest year in Reykjavík since the inception /about-imo/news/2007
  • 37. The weather in Iceland 2006

    A general overview The year was generally favourable and warm. In the South and West the temperature was about 1.1°C above the 1961-1990 normal and 1.3 to 1.8°C above normal in the North and East. The average temperature in Reykjavík was 5.4°C. It ranks as the eleventh warmest year in Reykjavík since the inception /about-imo/news/2007/
  • 38. The weather in Iceland 2006

    A general overview The year was generally favourable and warm. In the South and West the temperature was about 1.1°C above the 1961-1990 normal and 1.3 to 1.8°C above normal in the North and East. The average temperature in Reykjavík was 5.4°C. It ranks as the eleventh warmest year in Reykjavík since the inception /about-imo/news/nr/1206
  • 39. The weather in Iceland 2006

    A general overview The year was generally favourable and warm. In the South and West the temperature was about 1.1°C above the 1961-1990 normal and 1.3 to 1.8°C above normal in the North and East. The average temperature in Reykjavík was 5.4°C. It ranks as the eleventh warmest year in Reykjavík since the inception /about-imo/news/nr/1206/
  • 40. The weather in Iceland 2010

    was unusually light. The barometric pressure reached the highest annual value on record. The climate was very favourable and windstorms markedly fewer than usual. Temperature Thermometer screen at IMO's grounds in Reykjavík. Photo by Jón Gunnar Egilsson, 15 September 2010. Temperature The average temperature in Reykjavík was 5.9°C, 1.6°C above the 1961 to 1990 mean, and has only once /about-imo/news/2011/nr/2112

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