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  • 31. James-Smith_Edward_CES_2010

    opportunity evaluation Case studies NOE Net SEAS-NVE Findings of case studies • Distribution companies generally well equipped for climate change – Cabling of all overhead lines well under way – Distribution boxes in areas with increased risk of flooding are elevated already – Salt spray further inland is becoming an increasing problem for substations and transformers Cabling in Denmark /media/ces/James-Smith_Edward_CES_2010.pdf
  • 32. ces_geus_paakitsoq_full_report

    ) is shown. At the margin the grid boxes of the RCAO RCM are visible. The area between Illulisat and Swiss camp is commonly called Paakitsôq. respectively. The Automatic Weather Stations (AWS) Swiss Camp and Crawford are located on the ice sheet and are operated by the Greenland Climate Network (GC-net) (Steffen and Box, 2001). The locations of the stations are indicated in Fig. 1, further details /media/ces/ces_geus_paakitsoq_full_report.pdf
  • 33. VI_2016_006_rs

    Such landslides fall from a comparatively high elevation, cause extensive disruption and upheaval of loose materials and soils in their way, and can travel considerable distances uphill against opposing slopes. Secondly, there are medium-sized or large, rapid debris flows that are released from com- paratively high elevations and are confined to gullies as they travel down the mountain- side, similar /media/vedurstofan-utgafa-2016/VI_2016_006_rs.pdf
  • 34. VI_2019_009

    To distinguish between rain and snow, the volume is com- pared to the water equivalent but the volume of snow is ten times larger. Figure 1. How PWD22 determines the type of precipitation. Using the information about the changes of the backscatter signal, water equivalent and temper- ature the Vaisala Present Weather Detector can give information about the type of precipitation. It is also used /media/vedurstofan-utgafa-2019/VI_2019_009.pdf
  • 35. 2013_001_Nawri_et_al

  • 36. Perrels-CBA

    operational cost, etc.) and the annual revenues • consider an appropriate discount rate and assess NPV (net present value), IRR (internal rate of return), and net cash flows • rank alternatives by score level • SCBA: social CBA – total benefits -/- total costs for society, in this case benefits and costs often don’t accrue (entirely) to the same organisation due to the public nature of a project /media/loftslag/Perrels-CBA.pdf
  • 37. VI_2020_004

  • 38. VI_2013_008

    systematically underestimated. The bias is not as pronounced for the non glacial rivers. Com- bining synoptic-scale and basin-scale predictors (method 3) leads to a substantial improvement compared to the use of MSLP fields alone (method 1). Analogue forecasts become similar or better than persistence, depending on catchment and lead time. Usually, persistence performs better for T=1 day and then method 3 /media/vedurstofan/utgafa/skyrslur/2013/VI_2013_008.pdf
  • 39. VI_2014_006

    the com- plexity of the hydrological processes through modelling, but its application is usually limited to the short-range. Although the results demonstrated a great potential for this method, its success- ful application in real-time will strongly depend on the quality and availability of streamflow observations, which can be poor or simply missing during periods of variable durations, e.g /media/vedurstofan/utgafa/skyrslur/2014/VI_2014_006.pdf
  • 40. Gudmundsson-etal-2011-PR-7282-26519-1-PB

    -corrected SPOT 5 high-resolution geometric (HRG) images with 2.5 m 2.5 m spatial resolution, acquired in the autumn 2003 and (4) airborne polarimetric synthetic aperture radar images observed simultaneously to the 1998 EMISAR images and the EMISAR DEM viewed as a shaded relief image (Magnu´sson et al. 2005b). We estimate the average specific net mass balance (in m yr1 w. eq.) as bn r DV A1  N /media/ces/Gudmundsson-etal-2011-PR-7282-26519-1-PB.pdf

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