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  • 71. Jokull-guidlines

    Reykjavík, 139 pp. Paterson, W.S.B. 1994. The Physics of Glaciers (Third Edition). Pergamon. 480 pp. Vogt, P.R., G.L. Johnson and L. Kristjánsson 1980. Morphology and magnetic anomalies north of Iceland. J. of Geophysics 47, 67-80. Walker, G.P.L. 1974. Eruptive mechanisms in Iceland. In L. Kristjánsson, ed. Geodynamics of Iceland and the North Atlantic Area. D. Reidel, Dordrecht /media/jar/Jokull-guidlines.pdf
  • 72. Nordic_Adaption_14_2cir

    Juhola (FIN)  Sigrun Karlsdottir (IS)  Halldór Björnsson (IS)  Richard Klein (S)  Rik Leemans (NL)  Henrik Madsen (DK)  Anil Markandya (E)  Jørgen E. Olesen (DK)  Adrian Perrels (FIN)  John Porter (DK)  Markku Rummukainen (S)  Hans von Storch (D) ORGANIZERS ? S PONSORS 2nd Announcement and Call for Papers 2nd Announcement and Call for Papers www.nordicadaptation2014.net /media/loftslag/myndasafn/Nordic_Adaption_14_2cir.pdf
  • 73. Session program Wednesday 12. October

    Norway Ilma Janutyte, Jan Michalek, Conrad Lindholm and Lars Ottemoller 14:30 – 14:50 The recent Bothnian Bay M4.1 earthquake: where, how and why? Björn Lund, M. Uski, H. Shomali, D. Buhcheva, S. Amini, J. Kortström 14:50 – 15:10 Macroseismology in Finland from the 1730s to the 2000s: From an obligation /norsem/norsem2016/program/wednesday
  • 74. Dyrrdal_Anita_CES_2010

    Results W i n t e r t e m p e r a t u r e Max snow depth Trend slope Number of snow days Period II P e r i o d I I I Max snow depth Number of snow days Norwegian Meteorological Institute met.no Correlation analysis (1961-08) 138 mutual stations Introduction Data & Methods Results Correlation with winter temperature Correlation with winter precipitation In warmer regions both snow parameters /media/ces/Dyrrdal_Anita_CES_2010.pdf
  • 75. RaisanenJouni_CES_2010

    not representative of present or future climate conditions? Winter mean T in Helsinki (1961-2008) 1961- 20081961- 1990 Temperature (°C) P r o b a b i l i t y d e n s i t y -12 4 Simplest case: change in mean climate, with no change in the magnitude of variability If variability changes as well, the two tails of the distribution (e.g., warm and cold) will be affected differently. IPCC (2001 /media/ces/RaisanenJouni_CES_2010.pdf
  • 76. ces-glacier-scaling-memo2009-01

    is ice flux and b is mass balance. For (small) changes in glacier geometry with respect to a datum (often steady) state, perturbations in ice thickness, flux and mass balance will satisfy ¶(Dh) ¶t + ¶(Dq) ¶x = Db or ¶(Dh) ¶t +~ (D~q) = Db : (2) Changes in mass balance are the driving factor of glacier changes in climate change simu- lations. If the datum glacier is initially comparatively close /media/ces/ces-glacier-scaling-memo2009-01.pdf
  • 77. Refsgaard_2-uncertainty

    Delta Change Method (correction of observed precipitation) Transformation of precipitation cont fut obsfut M M PP = Observeret n dbør 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 1-12-99 11-12-99 21-12-99 31-12-99 Dato N ed bø r (m m /d ag ) Observeret Skal ring af e 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 4 - - - - t N ed bø r (m m /d ag ) Observeret D lta Change Critical assumption: Future dynamics = present dynamics No change in number /media/loftslag/Refsgaard_2-uncertainty.pdf
  • 78. vanRoosmalen_etal-2009-WRR_2007WR006760

    1998] and RCM output such as incoming and outgoing, short- and long-wave radiation, temperature, water vapor pressure, and wind speed: ETref ¼ 0:408D Rn  Gð Þ þ g 900T þ 273 u2 es  eað Þ Dþ g 1þ 0:34u2ð Þ ð3Þ where ETref is reference evapotranspiration (mm d1), Rn is net radiation at the crop surface (MJ m2 d1), G is soil heat flux density (MJ m2 d1), T is mean daily air temperature at 2 m /media/loftslag/vanRoosmalen_etal-2009-WRR_2007WR006760.pdf
  • 79. 2010_003rs

    .............................................................................. 13 Figure 2.1. The spatial extent of each group is defined by its radius, r, and the overlap by the distance between the groups’ centres, d. .................................. 16 Figure 2.2. Two examples of joint interpretation of event distributions and focal mechanisms. ...................................................................................................... 18 /media/vedurstofan/utgafa/skyrslur/2010/2010_003rs.pdf
  • 80. Gudmundsson-etal-2011-PR-7282-26519-1-PB

    derived from: (a) SPOT 5 high-resolution stereoscopic images from 5 October 2004; (b) SPOT 5 HRS from 14 August; (c) Electromagnetic Institute Synthetic Aperture Radar Sensor (EMISAR) images from 12 August 1998; and (d) aerial photographs from 1979 (Torfajo¨kull), 1980 (Tindfjallajo¨kull) and 1984 (Eyjafjallajo¨kull). Gaps in (a) and (b) allocate uncorrelated parts of the SPOT 5 HRS image pairs /media/ces/Gudmundsson-etal-2011-PR-7282-26519-1-PB.pdf

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