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  • 81. Past temperature conditions in Iceland

    at the rate of +0.7°C per century. This is similar to the general temperature increase in the whole Northern hemisphere during the same period. The warming has been very uneven, dominated by three cold periods and two warm ones. Annual temperature in Stykkishólmur 1798 to 2007 Figure 1. Annual temperature in Stykkishólmur 1798 to 2007. Note that the values prior to 1845 /climatology/articles/nr/1213/
  • 82. The weather in Iceland 2011

    December. April and November were unusually warm. At a few stations in the east and northern coastal areas April was warmer than June. This has not happened before in Iceland at any station since the beginning of instrumental recording. Temperature The average temperature of 2011 in Reykjavík was 5.4 °C, 1.1 °C above the 1961 to 1990 mean. This is the 16th consecutive year of above normal /weather/articles/nr/2439
  • 83. ved-eng-2011

    temperature of 2011 in Reykjavík was 5.4 °C, 1.1 °C above the 1961 to 1990 mean. This is the 16th consecutive year of above normal temperature in Reykjavík. The temperature was above normal during ten of the months, November being the warmest. December was the coldest month of the year. In Stykkishólmur in the west the average was 4.5°C, 1.0°C above the mean and the year ranks as the 20th warmest /media/vedurstofan/utgafa/skylduskil/ved-eng-2011.pdf
  • 84. Group3-Road-scenarios

    but the uncertainty range is large. We are looking two cases: worst case (+4 C degrees increase) and best case (1.5 C increase). Increase in prec: more rain in the winter Decrease in the predictability of weather Natural variability ii. Socioeconomics a. Change in traffic volume b. BAU  Ten-year time steps  National main roads  Geographic area: The whole country Fig. 3 /media/loftslag/Group3-Road-scenarios.pdf
  • 85. The weather in Iceland 2013

    1.0°C above the 1961 - 1990 mean. It was relatively warmest in the East, but near the average in the Southwest. Even though the year was warm it was the coldest one of the present century in the Southwest. In the North and East the temperature in 2005 and 2011 was similar as in 2013. In Reykjavík this was the 18th consecutive year of above-normal temperatures and the 15th in Akureyri in the north /weather/articles/nr/2824
  • 86. ved-eng-2013

    Temperature The year 2013 was warm, the temperature being 0.4 til 1.0°C above the 1961 - 1990 mean. It was relatively warmest in the East, but near the average in the Southwest. Even though the year was warm it was the coldest one of the present century in the Southwest. In the North and East the temperature in 2005 and 2011 was similar as in 2013. In Reykjavík this was the 18th consecutive year /media/vedurstofan/utgafa/skylduskil/ved-eng-2013.pdf
  • 87. programme2---PhD-Workshop-preceding-Adaptation-Research-Conference

    inty in decision making linking pluriform uncertainty combining certified and tacit knowledge Tommy Chan Mich el Laiho Patrick Driscoll Kare Lundgren Hector Guin a Barrientos Eivind Junker Jussi Ylhäisi Athanasios Votsis Karoliina Pilli-Sihvola Yuang Zheng Väi ö Nurmi Jiao Xi nj Wejs a p p l i c a n t n o . a b s t r a c t n o . n a m e c o u n t r y d i s c i p l i n e ( M S c . ) 1 3 /media/loftslag/programme2---PhD-Workshop-preceding-Adaptation-Research-Conference.pdf
  • 88. 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
  • 89. 2012-Refsgaard_etal-uncertainty_climate-change-adaptation-MITI343

    ORIGINAL ARTICLE The role of uncertainty in climate change adaptation strategies—A Danish water management example J. C. Refsgaard & K. Arnbjerg-Nielsen & M. Drews & K. Halsnæs & E. Jeppesen & H. Madsen & A. Markandya & J. E. Olesen & J. R. Porter & J. H. Christensen Received: 10 November 2011 /Accepted: 4 February 2012 # The Author(s) 2012. This article is published with open access /media/loftslag/2012-Refsgaard_etal-uncertainty_climate-change-adaptation-MITI343.pdf
  • 90. D2.3_CES_Prob_fcsts_GCMs_and_RCMs

    climate changes between the CMIP3 and ENSEMBLES simulations 15 4. Impact of RCM data on forecasts of climate change 18 5. Probabilistic projections of temperature and precipitation change 24 5.1 Best estimates and uncertainty ranges of temperature and precipitation change 24 5.2 How probably will temperature increase (precipitation change) by at least X°C (Y%)? 28 6. Conclusions 34 References /media/ces/D2.3_CES_Prob_fcsts_GCMs_and_RCMs.pdf

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