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    Baldur Ragnarsson 29.4.2008 Baldur Ragnarsson 29.4.2008 Windspeed conversions The Icelandic Meteorological Office uses the SI (Systeme Internationale d´Unites) unit metres per second (m/s) in windspeed measurements. Here you can convert between different units /weather/articles/nr/1283/
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  • 63. Group3-Road-scenarios

    in asphalt, road maintenace Change: 30% more than BAU Socio-economic scenario Climate scenario Worst case (4.4 C increase; 17 % increase in prec) Best case (1.5 C increase; 2% increase in prec) BAU A B Change +30 % C D Spatial analogues: - regions which today have a similar climate to the expected future one the study region (IPCC TAR, 2001) - limited by possible lack /media/loftslag/Group3-Road-scenarios.pdf
  • 64. Moellenkampetal_etal-2010

    Copyright © 2010 by the author(s). Published here under license by the Resilience Alliance. Daniell, K. A., I. White, N. Ferrand, I. S. Ribarova, P. Coad, J.-E. Rougier, M. Hare, N. A. Jones, A. Popova, D. Rollin, P. Perez, and S. Burn. 2010. Co-engineering participatory water management processes: theory and insights from Australian and Bulgarian interventions. Ecology and Society 15(4): 11 /media/loftslag/Moellenkampetal_etal-2010.pdf
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    ............................................................................................................... 8 PAST AND PRESENT CHANGES IN CLIMATE AND HYDROLOGY Dyrrdal, A.V., Vikhamar-Schuler, D., Stranden, H.B. and Skaugen, T. Analysis of past snow conditions in Norway – Time periods 1931-60, 1961-90 and 1979-08 ............................. 10 Crochet, P. Impacts of historic climate variations on streamflow characteristics in Icelandic rivers /media/ces/ces-oslo2010_proceedings.pdf
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    in winter(Fig. 3d). Standard deviation of monthly mean Ta are in reasonable agreement to the observations except for summer and autumn on the ice sheet where the model underestimates (Fig. 4c and d). 5.2 Global Radiation Measurements of global radiation are only available from the stations Swiss Camp and Crawford on the ice sheet for a limited time period (1995–2006), including a number of data gaps /media/ces/ces_geus_paakitsoq_full_report.pdf
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    from October 5, 2004 - spatial resolution: 40x40 m - accuracy: 10 m in elevation and 30 m in horizontal position b) SPOT 5 HRS from August 14, 2004 c) EMISAR from August 12, 1998 - reference map for co-registration and offset correction - spatial resolution 5x5 m - accuracy <2 m in elevation and 5 m in horizontal position d) aerial photographs from the 1980s: i. Torfajökull ice cap (To) from /media/ces/glacier_mass_balance_poster.pdf
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    and glaciers. The former trend is mainly visible in the Westfjords, an area in northwest Iceland, in the winter (see Figure 8a and 8b) and in northeast Iceland in the summer, especially east of Akureyri in the RCP8.5 scenario (see Figures 8c and d). The latter trend is most clearly seen during summer and in cases with the RCM RCA4 with RCP8.5. Extreme temperature trends In a previous section we /media/vedurstofan-utgafa-2017/VI_2017_009.pdf
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  • 70. International Day for Disaster Reduction – 13th of October 2017 – Home Safe Home

    2020–2030 compared to the period 2005–2015;b) Substantially reduce the number of affected people globally by 2030, aiming to lower the average global figure per 100,000 in the decade 2020–2030 compared to the period 2005–2015;c) Reduce direct disaster economic loss in relation to global gross domestic product (GDP) by 2030;d) Substantially reduce disaster damage to critical infrastructure /about-imo/news/international-day-for-disaster-reduction-13th-of-october-2017-home-safe-home

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