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  • 21. Journal_of_Hydrology_Veijalainen_etal

    ; fax: +358 20 490 2590. E-mail address: (N. Veijalainen). Journal of Hydrology 391 (2010) 333–350 Contents lists available at ScienceDirect Journal of Hydrology journal homepage: www.elsevier .com/ locate / jhydrol Author's personal copy narios from GCMs or RCMs, and with different emission scenarios (e.g. Menzel et al., 2006; Minville et al., 2008; Prudhomme and Da /media/ces/Journal_of_Hydrology_Veijalainen_etal.pdf
  • 22. VI_2020_005

  • 23. 2013_001_Nawri_et_al

    the average of the (wind speed) distribu- tion is given by m = AG(1+1=k) ; (2) with gamma function, G, defined as usual. Wind power density, a measure of the energy flux through an area perpendicular to the direction of motion, varies not only with the cube of wind 15 Figure 2. Annual modelled distributions (dashed lines) and corresponding Weibull fits (solid lines) of wind speed at 50 mAGL, for two /media/vedurstofan/utgafa/skyrslur/2013/2013_001_Nawri_et_al.pdf
  • 24. Adalgeirsdottir-etal-tc-5-961-2011

    were carried out to obtain the flow and sliding parameters for Hoffellsjökull that resulted in a good simulation of the observed 20th century evolution of the glacier geometry. The obtained values for the rate factor and the sliding parameter are A= 4.6× 10−15 s−1 kPa−3 and C = 10× 10−15 m a−1 Pa−3, respectively. The ice divide is kept at a fixed location in the model com- putations presented here /media/ces/Adalgeirsdottir-etal-tc-5-961-2011.pdf
  • 25. GA_2009_91A_4_Andreassen

    the principalmethods have not changed much over the years, theamount of field work has varied. In the first 15 yearsthe monitoring programme at Storbreen was com-prehensive, often three or more snow density pits were dug, snow depth was measured at about 600points and ablation was measured on 30 stakes evenly distri uted on the glacier (Liestøl 1967).Based on experience of the snow pattern, the ob- servations /media/ces/GA_2009_91A_4_Andreassen.pdf
  • 26. News

    News © Examples from the weather app /about-imo/news/bigimg/2812
  • 27. News

    News © Veðurstofa Íslands An example from the weather app. Two screenshots side by side /about-imo/news/bigimg/3224
  • 28. VI_2009_006_tt

    to theoretical framework. I do also want to thank him for an enjoyable time during this work, both in the office and in the field. This work was carried out as a part of the Skaftá cauldrons research project which was funded and supported by the Icelandic Centre For Research (RANNÍS), Kvískerja- sjóður, the NASA Astrobiology Institute, Landsvirkjun (the National Power Com- pany), the National Energy /media/vedurstofan/utgafa/skyrslur/2009/VI_2009_006_tt.pdf
  • 29. Huntjens_etal-2010-Climate-change-adaptation-Reg_Env_Change

    at the operational/local level. A calibrated approach (standardized questionnaires and interviews, expert judgment, and reinterpretation of out- comes by means of relevant literature) was used to com- pare the state of affairs in water management in the selected case-studies. Adaptive and integrated water management Given the expected increase of climate-related extreme events, water governance capabilities /media/loftslag/Huntjens_etal-2010-Climate-change-adaptation-Reg_Env_Change.pdf
  • 30. Bakkagerði - weather station - information

    coastal areas(ag) Location65°31.412', 13°49.004' (65.5235, 13.8167) Height above sea-level28.0 m a.s.l. Beginning of weather observations2017 Station owned byVeðurstofa Íslands - Ofanflóð View the observations on a mapStation list /weather/stations/

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