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  • 11. esa_flyer_new

    EA Analyse A/S and Optensys Energianalys will forecast energy system variables, while SINTEF Energy Research will make assumptions for the energy system in different cases, include new inputs in the EMPS model and carry out simulations. Cl i ma t e Sc e nar i os G ro u p R i s ø St o c h as t i c v a r i a b l e s Clima t e s c e n a r i o NV E S M H I FE I N o r w a y S w e d e n F inla n /media/ces/esa_flyer_new.pdf
  • 12. 100 days of gas release at Holuhraun

    inhabitants, in terms of environmental and health issues. The Icelandic Meteorological Office (IMO) monitors gas releases from Holuhraun using DOAS and FTIR instruments for the estimation of SO2 flux and amount of other components in the volcanic cloud. The more abundant gases present are SO2, CO2, HCl, HF, H2O. In the first month and half we had an averaged flux equal to 400 kg/s (~35 kT/d /pollution-and-radiation/volcanic-gas/measurements/
  • 13. 100 days of gas release at Holuhraun

    inhabitants, in terms of environmental and health issues. The Icelandic Meteorological Office (IMO) monitors gas releases from Holuhraun using DOAS and FTIR instruments for the estimation of SO2 flux and amount of other components in the volcanic cloud. The more abundant gases present are SO2, CO2, HCl, HF, H2O. In the first month and half we had an averaged flux equal to 400 kg/s (~35 kT/d /pollution-and-radiation/volcanic-gas/measurements
  • 14. 100 days of gas release at Holuhraun

    inhabitants, in terms of environmental and health issues. The Icelandic Meteorological Office (IMO) monitors gas releases from Holuhraun using DOAS and FTIR instruments for the estimation of SO2 flux and amount of other components in the volcanic cloud. The more abundant gases present are SO2, CO2, HCl, HF, H2O. In the first month and half we had an averaged flux equal to 400 kg/s (~35 kT/d /pollution-and-radiation/volcanic-gas/measurements/nr/3036
  • 15. Outline_for_the_case_Road_maintenance_in_a_changing_climate

    course – Adaptive management in relation to climate change – Copenhagen 21-26/8/2011 …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 6 Figure 1. Flow chart summarizing information and decision flows of an adaptive management inspired adaptation planning cycle for road transport (at national strategic / tactical level) M a n d a t e f r o m g o v e r n m e n t + p r /media/loftslag/Outline_for_the_case_Road_maintenance_in_a_changing_climate.pdf
  • 16. CES_BioFuels_Flyer_new

    a r a m e t e r s T e m p e r a t u r e co n d i t i o n s M o i s t u r e co n d i t i o n s T e m p e r a t u r e a n d p r e c i p i t a t i o n M o n t h l y s t a t i s t i c s De c o m p o s i t i o n L i t t e r , h u m u s and dead trees Tree population Species composition, age and size distribution, growth rate of different species Potential growth /media/ces/CES_BioFuels_Flyer_new.pdf
  • 17. Crochet_Philippe_CES_2010

    ≤   ≤ >− 0 00 0 )( TTif TTifTTDDFsnow   ≤ >− 0 00 0 )( TTif TTifTTDDFice Mean annual temperature difference Difference relative to 1971-2000 Difference between 25% warmest and 25% coldest years barb2right +1°C (25% warmest) barb2right -0.7°C (25% coldest) barb2right +1.7°C Catchment elevation (m.a.s.l) Catchment elevation (m.a.s.l) s n o w m e l t ( m m / d ) g l a c i a l m e l t /media/ces/Crochet_Philippe_CES_2010.pdf
  • 18. aerodrome_summaries_20140603

    - AKUREYRI / Akureyri........................ 25 5 List of Tables AERODROME CLIMATOLOGICAL SUMMARY: BIKF - TABLE A ..................... 8 AERODROME CLIMATOLOGICAL SUMMARY: BIKF - TABLE B ..................... 9 AERODROME CLIMATOLOGICAL SUMMARY: BIKF - TABLE C ..................... 10 AERODROME CLIMATOLOGICAL SUMMARY: BIKF - TABLE D ..................... 12 AERODROME CLIMATOLOGICAL SUMMARY: BIKF /media/vedur/aerodrome_summaries_20140603.pdf
  • 19. AnneFleig_May2010_CES

    E l b e i n D r e s d e n , A p r i l 2 0 0 7 CES conference, Oslo, Norway, 31 May - 2 June 2010 Typical features • develop slowly, • become severe when they cover a large region and persist for an extended period. E l b e i n D r e s d e n , A p r i l 2 0 0 7 ( s p i e g e l . d e ) Anne K. Fleig et al. “Regional hydrological droughts and weather types in north /media/ces/AnneFleig_May2010_CES.pdf
  • 20. Hare-2011-ParticipatoryModelling

    25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 Fr am ew o rk Cr ite ria u se d M ain pu rp o se o fframewor k Participator y m od ell in g purpos e Particip ator y structur e Contro lo f ow of in for m a tio n betwee n stakeholder s Timin g of event s Participatio n mod e Mo de l typ e Participator y m et ho ds use d Actor sinvolve d (at eac h /media/loftslag/Hare-2011-ParticipatoryModelling.pdf

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