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  • 21. Lawrence_Deborah_CES_2010

                                          !  !      0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 jan feb mar apr mai jun jul aug sep okt nov des m m / m å n e d 55550 Hafslo 60 80 100 120 140 jan feb ar apr ai j j l t m m / m å n e d 55550 Hafslo 54130 Lærdal Ensemble approach for probabilistic hydrological projections Catchment /media/ces/Lawrence_Deborah_CES_2010.pdf
  • 22. Guidelines2-for-rapporteurs

    ). This can be helpful with respect to finding a common structure in presenting as well in session reporting (for which angles mentioned in the opening session statements of the Workshop participants can provide checkpoints).” Session rapporteur allocation M o n d a y 2 9 . 8 Y u a n g Z h e n g A t h a n a s i o s V o t s i s E i v i n d J u n k e r M i c h a e l L a i h o H e c to r /media/loftslag/Guidelines2-for-rapporteurs.pdf
  • 23. VI_2016_006_rs

    that occur in Botnabrún or at the rim of Þófinn are debris slides. The size of the slides varies depending on the source area. C Mudslides or mudflows occur where there is an abundance of soils. They normally occur in areas where the vegetation cover has been breached. Common occurrences in Seyðis- fjörður are in the mountain Bjólfur and in the valley west of the settlement. D Rockfalls are a common /media/vedurstofan-utgafa-2016/VI_2016_006_rs.pdf
  • 24. ces_risk_flyer

    and distribution network are all identified a section at a time. In some cases, however, it might be more valuable to focus only on a certain part of functional model. Fig.1. Functional Model. The results of the risk analysis are represented visually in a fourfold table. (Fig.2) The main idea of the table is to provide a readily interpretable overview of h hi hli h d i k d i i i l i Having already been /media/ces/ces_risk_flyer.pdf
  • 25. 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
  • 26. Hydropower, Hydrology

    Hydrological Sciences Journal, 53, 100-111. Kriauciuniené, J., Meilutyté-Barauskiené, D., Rimkus, E., Kays, J., Vincevicius, A. (2008). Climate change impact on hydrological processes in Lithuanian Nemunas river basin. Baltica, Vol. 21 (1-2), pp. 1-61. Vilnius. ISSN 3067-3064. Lawrence, D., Haddeland, I. (2010). Uncertainty in hydrological modelling of climate change impacts in four Norwegian /ces/publications/nr/1938
  • 27. TietavainenHanna_CES_2010

    versa • Very large range within the simulations • Larger number of observation stations in the study area leads to • better compatibility between different observational data sets • smaller bias in the model simulations CES Conference, Oslo 31.5.-2.6.2010 References • Haylock, M. R., Hofstra, N., Klein Tank, A. M. G., Klok, E. J., Jones, P. D. and New, M. 2008. A European daily high-resolution /media/ces/TietavainenHanna_CES_2010.pdf
  • 28. Case_B___Road_transport_operation_and_infrastructure_planning

    on the Shifts of climatic zones from cooler or wetter to warmer or drier (a) 1971-2000 (b) 2010-39 A1B observational data set (0.25º grid) from Haylock et al. (2008) (b-d) Based on CMIP3 GCM runs for A1B & the delta-change method (c) 2040-69 A1B (d) 2070-99 A1B Jylhä et al. (2010) Uncertainties in climate change schematically Observed climate Future climate Natural /media/loftslag/Case_B___Road_transport_operation_and_infrastructure_planning.pdf
  • 29. Climatological data

  • 30. Glossary

    We are hoping to find time to improve this glossary. Only a few items are available. For your relevant search, please click on one of the letters below: A Á B C D E É F G H I Í J K L M N O Ó P Q R S T U Ú V W X Y Ý Z Þ Æ Ö A A: Icelandic abbreviation of East (compass direction, easterly, eastern). ANA: Icelandic abbreviation of Eastnorthesast (compass direction). ASA: Icelandic /weather/articles/nr/1208

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