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  • 1. VI_2014_006

    (L), glacial rivers (J) and whether they flow through lakes (S). The combination of letters indicates the origin of flow with the first letter indicating the primary origin. The hydrological regime of these catchments is influenced by rainfall in autumn and winter, snowmelt in spring (and glacier melt in summer). 15 Table 1. Characteristics of the considered watersheds. Letter combinations indicate /media/vedurstofan/utgafa/skyrslur/2014/VI_2014_006.pdf
  • 2. VI_2013_008

    combinations indicate the type of river, with the first letter indicating the primary type. Direct runoff river (D), presence of lakes (S), glacier-fed river (J), groundwater (L). Gauging station vhm vhm vhm vhm vhm vhm 19 10 26 145 66 64 Name Dynjandisá Svartá Sandá Vestari- Hvítá Ölfusá Jökulsá Type of river D+L D+L D+L D+J+L L+J L+D+J+S Drainage area (km 2) 42 397 267 850 1664 5687 Mean altitude (m a.s.l /media/vedurstofan/utgafa/skyrslur/2013/VI_2013_008.pdf
  • 3. VI_2015_007

    study and location of catchments. Catchment vhm278 is embedded within vhm148 and catchment vhm277 is embedded within vhm149. 9 l l l l l l ll l l l l l l l l l l l l ll l l l l l l ll l ll l l l l l l 0 100 200 300 10 0 20 0 30 0 40 0 Day since 1st Sept. Q m³ /s VHM 148 S O N D J F M A M J J A l l ll l l l ll l l l ll l l ll l l 0 100 200 300 15 0 25 0 35 0 45 0 Day since 1st Sept. Q m³ /s VHM /media/vedurstofan/utgafa/skyrslur/2015/VI_2015_007.pdf
  • 4. VI_2015_009

    presents the study area and data. Sec- tion 3 describes the methodology. Section 4 presents the results and Section 5 concludes the report. 2 Study area and data 2.1 River basins Rivers in Iceland are often classified according to the origin of flow (Rist, 1990): direct runoff (D), spring-fed (L), glacier-fed (J) and whether they flow through lakes (S). Twelve river basins were selected for this study /media/vedurstofan/utgafa/skyrslur/2015/VI_2015_009.pdf
  • 5. VI_2014_001

    in km2, L the catchment perimeter in km, Z the catchment mean altitude in meters, P the catchment averaged mean annual precipitation in mm/day for the period 1971–2000 and Pm the catchment averaged mean annual maximum daily precipitation in mm/day for the period 1971–2000. 3.3 Evaluation statistics The evaluation of the index flood regression models (Eqs. 7 to 12) was first conducted by calcu /media/vedurstofan/utgafa/skyrslur/2014/VI_2014_001.pdf
  • 6. Group5-Stakeholders_involvement

    /EPP 2 Stakeholders analysis 26 August 2011 PM/YZ/EPP 3 Stake h o l d e r s P u b l i c / p r i v at e P o w e r l e v e l (“ n u i s an ce” ca p a c i t y ) O r i e n tat i o n H or s t e n s m uni c ipal i t y ( c o m pe t e n t a u t h ori t y ) P u b l i c S t ron g Go v ernanc e N eighbour mun i c i p ali t y P u b l i c S t ron g Go v ernanc e Poli c y /media/loftslag/Group5-Stakeholders_involvement.pdf
  • 7. 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
  • 8. CES_BioFuels_Flyer_new

    ) and changing climate (CC:CC) 1. Current climate (CU) - varying thinning regimes (0%, 15%, 30%,45%) 2. Changing climate (CC) - varying thinning regimes (0%, 15%, 30%,45%) 3. Current (CU) & changing climate (CC) - current thinning regime 4. Current (CU) & changing climate (CC) - changed thinning regimes C l i m a t e s c e n a r i o s M ea s u r e m en t s o f c l i m a t e p /media/ces/CES_BioFuels_Flyer_new.pdf
  • 9. Alam_Ashraful_CES_2010

    Time Main assortments l l d Energy biomassSaw ogs Pu pwoo Small trees Residues Stumps 5 Use of biomass based energy in Finland Pellets 1% (0.5 Mm3) S d tForest residues and small trees used as chips 9% (3.4 Mm3) aw us 9% (3.4 Mm3) Black liquorTraditional Energy biomass 46 TWh (55%) qu45% (18 Mm3)firewood 15% (6 Mm3) Bark 21% (8.4 Mm3) Energy biomass: 20% of the primary energy production /media/ces/Alam_Ashraful_CES_2010.pdf
  • 10. Outline_for_the_case_Road_maintenance_in_a_changing_climate

    o t o - a g e n d a D e f i n e a n d i n v i t e s t a k e h o l d e r s T e c h n i c a l i n p u t a n d v i s i o n s - I n t e r n a l e x p e r t s - s t a k e h o l d e r e x p e r t s F r am e p r o b l e m - t r p s e r v i c e ( q u a l i t y ) l e v e l s - t y p e s o f s c e n a r i o s A n a l y z e p r o b l e m T e c h n i c a l i n p u t f r /media/loftslag/Outline_for_the_case_Road_maintenance_in_a_changing_climate.pdf

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