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  • 41. Milly_etal-2008-Stationarity-dead-Science

    of stationarity was Climate change undermines a basic assumption that historically has facilitated management of water supplies, demands, and risks. Stationarity Is Dead: Whither Water Management? P. C. D. Milly,1* Julio Betancourt,2 Malin Falkenmark,3 Robert M. Hirsch,4 Zbigniew W. Kundzewicz,5 Dennis P. Lettenmaier,6 Ronald J. Stouffer7 CLIMATE CHANGE 1U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), c/o National Oceanic /media/loftslag/Milly_etal-2008-Stationarity-dead-Science.pdf
  • 42. VI_2014_006

    a procedure proposed by Peschke (1987). The Richards-approach was used for modelling vertical water fluxes in the unsaturated zone, coupled dynamically with a 2-D groundwater flow model for base flow generation. The hydraulic prop- erties of the soil are parameterised according to Van Genuchten (1976). A module solving the heat flux balance in the soil is available but had not yet been tested at the time /media/vedurstofan/utgafa/skyrslur/2014/VI_2014_006.pdf
  • 43. bb100days_ens

    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 equals to 400 kg/s (~35 kT/d) with peaks up to 1300 kg/s (~112 kT/d). Assuming a constant release of gas until today, the eruption has injected into the atmosphere an amount of SO2 in the range 3.5 Mt (considering the average flux) – 11.2 Mt (considering the peak /media/jar/bb100days_ens.pdf
  • 44. Group3-The-future-of-the-Finnish-national-road-network

    ) Best case (1.5 C increase; 2% increase in prec) BAU A B Change +30 % C D Scenario combination Impact Adaptation measures North South North South A * CC: Possible increase in the amount of snow  more snow clearing  increase in operational costs S-E: increase in traffic volume  increased wear of roads  increase in maintenance cost. ** CC: Possibly less snow, more rain /media/loftslag/Group3-The-future-of-the-Finnish-national-road-network.pdf
  • 45. norsem_atakan_norway

    technologies are being implemented which will provide a platform for a possible future ICS-D (distributed components of the Integrated Core Services) for EPOS. Planning and site selection process for the new instrument installations are well underway as well as the procurement of the required equipment. In total 17 new seismological and geodetic stations will be co-located in selected sites in Northern /media/norsem/norsem_atakan_norway.pdf
  • 46. Mid-Latitudes-Agenda1_nov2013EH

    ? – D Wheeler Simulations of the impact of Arctic sea ice on the atmospheric circulation: the need for coupled models – D Smith Greenland Blocking and North Atlantic Oscillation changes – E Hanna / J Overland Group Discussion 12:45 – 14:00 Lunch (after which we move into the matsalur - lunch hall) 14:00 – 15:40 14:00 – 14:20 14:20 – 14:40 14:40 – 15:00 15:00 – 15:20 15:20 – 15:40 /media/loftslag/Mid-Latitudes-Agenda1_nov2013EH.pdf
  • 47. Kurpniece_Liga_CES_2010

    and corrected data -5 0 5 10 15 1 . 0 1 . 5 2 . 0 2 . 5 3 . 0 3 . 5 Temperature,°C P r e c i p i t a t i o n , m m / d a y Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun JulAug Sep OctNov Dec Year obs ALUKSNE DMI 1961-1990 ALUKSNE mod DMI 1961-1990 ALUKSNE JanFeb Mar Apr May Jun Jul AugSep Oct Nov Dec Year Jan Feb ar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Nov Dec ear After the correction all 3 climate models agree with observed data /media/ces/Kurpniece_Liga_CES_2010.pdf
  • 48. Water_resources_man_Veijalainen_etal

    Based on a report by Verta et al. (2007) 92. 5 93. 0 93. 5 94. 0 94. 5 95. 0 M A MJ F J J A S O N D Mean 19702000 Min and max 1970–2000, natural rating curve Target water level zone 1 Target water level zone 2 Q=+20% Q=+10% Q= 0% Q=15% Q=30% 92.90 m snow target 1 92.70 m snow target 2 Water level (m ) Month the regulation limits Lake Syväri has target water level zones, which are not legally /media/ces/Water_resources_man_Veijalainen_etal.pdf
  • 49. IMO_AnnualReport2014

    ANNUAL REPOR T 2014 2 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 ?Veðurstofa Íslands 2015 Bústaðavegur 7–9, 108 Reykjavík, Iceland The annual report was drafted by the IMO sta?. Editor: Sigurlaug Gunnlaugsdóttir Design and layout: Hvíta húsið Printing: Oddi ISSN 2251-5607 Cover photo: Gro Birkefeldt Møller Pedersen I N D E X 4 Bárðarbunga 7 Rockslide /media/vedurstofan/utgafa/skyrslur/2015/IMO_AnnualReport2014.pdf
  • 50. Henriksen_Barlebo-2008-AWM_BBN-Journ_Env_Management

    Journal of Environmental Management 88 Heid , Øste d e A broad range of tools are available for integrated water resource management (IWRM). In the EU research project NeWater, a Human dependence on water leaves us vulnerable to climate change, flood and drought hazards, and poverty dynamic element of vulnerable groups and their relation- ship to water resources, and to represent the decisions /media/loftslag/Henriksen_Barlebo-2008-AWM_BBN-Journ_Env_Management.pdf

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