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  • 31. Glossary

    24.2.2008 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 /weather/articles/nr/1208/
  • 32. Milly_etal-2008-Stationarity-dead-Science

    appears to be driving a poleward expansion of the subtropical dry zone (8), thereby reducing runoff in some regions. Together, circulatory and thermodynamic responses largely explain the picture of regional gainers and losers of sustainable freshwater availability that has emerged from climate models (see figure, p. 574). Why now? That anthropogenic climate change affects the water cycle (9 /media/loftslag/Milly_etal-2008-Stationarity-dead-Science.pdf
  • 33. Publications

    ] Clausen, N.-E. (2005). Climate and Energy 2003-2006, Wind power, wind scenarios, ice and cold. CE flyer 4. [Flyer] Hisdal, H., Kuusisto, E., Barthelmie, R., Lizuma, L., Lindström, G., Jónsson, P., Kriauciuniene, J., & Reihan, A. (2006). Climate and Energy 2003-2006, Statistical Analysis. CE flyer 5. [Flyer] Rummukainen, M., Christensen, J. H., Ólafsson, H., Jylhä, K., & Førland, E. (2006). Climate /climatology/research/ce/publications/
  • 34. High resolution precipitation maps for Iceland

    mean monthly precipitation maps for 1961-1990 30-year mean monthly precipitation maps for 1971-2000 Daily precipitation maps are available on request and further information on the making of the maps. IMO's contacts for this project are Philippe Crochet and Tómas Jóhannesson. Reference: Crochet, P., T. Jóhannesson, T. Jónsson, O. Sigurðsson, H. Björnsson, F. Pálsson and I. Barstad (2007 /weather/articles/nr/1625
  • 35. Information Management

    Gode, J. & Thörn, P. Stakeholder relevance of the CES project. In Proc. of Future climate and renewable energy: Impacts, risks and adaptation, Oslo, 31 May - 2 June 2010. Partners CICERO, Center /ces/publications/nr/2127
  • 36. NONAM_participants

    Participation list Name Email Adriaan Perrels adriaan.perrels@fmi.fi Ana Gargallo-Castel gargallo@unizar.es Annika Carlsson annika.carlsson-kanyama@foi.se Ágúst Gunnar Gylfason agust@rls.is Ásta Ósk Hlöðversdóttir aoh3@hi.is Bergur Einarsson bergur@vedur.is Birna Björnsdóttir birna@skipulag.is Emmanuel P. Pagneux emmanuel@vedur.is Esther Hlíðar Jensen esther@vedur.is Gareth James Lloyd gjl /media/vedurstofan/NONAM_participants.pdf
  • 37. Lawrence_Deborah_CES_2010

    ECHAM4/OPYC3 NorClim/HIRHAM 25x25 km 'Empirical Adjustment' to 1 x 1 km 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 550 600 650 700 750 800 850 900 1 10 100 1000 Return period (years) P e a k d a i l y d i s c h a r g e ( m 3 / s ) 1981-2010 GEV from annual max series 2021-2050 GEV from annual max series 2021 - 2050 Annual maximum series 1981 - 2010 Annual maximum series 1981-2010 200-year flood 2021 /media/ces/Lawrence_Deborah_CES_2010.pdf
  • 38. norsem_buhcheva

    located events to invert for a new 1D minimum velocity model for both P- and S-waves using VELEST. A depth region of a lower vpvs ratio down to 20 km depth is revealed. We perform relocation of the whole dataset using the new velocity model and the double-difference relocation technique. We look into details of the depth distribution of the events and how the relocation procedure affects /media/norsem/norsem_buhcheva.pdf
  • 39. norsem_schmidt

    will occasionally have to deal with spurious events. At SNSN we are therefore investigating the feasibility to construct an event verifier. The basic idea is to emulate the decision made by a seismologist viewing a section of recorded traces, sorted by epicentral distance, and expecting to see direct P-phase arrivals on most traces out to the most distant phase pick. Here we will report /media/norsem/norsem_schmidt.pdf
  • 40. VI_2009_013

    ...................................... 18  Figure 7. Temporal/spatial evolution of seismicity between 1996 and 2007. .................. 19  Figure 8. Temporal/spatial evolution during the latter intrusion swarm and until 2006. . 19  Figure 9. Mechanisms in selected depth intervals for the three main swarms. ................ 21  Figure 10. Distribution of P- and T-axis for events /media/vedurstofan/utgafa/skyrslur/2009/VI_2009_013.pdf

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