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  • 11. VI_2015_007

  • 12. 2005EO260001

    of the strain me- ter network for a volume source in the up- per crust at Grímsvötn is 0.05–0.1 km3. The absence of a strain signal, together with the seismicity constraints, suggest that <0.1 km3 of erupted magma came from below 4 km depth under the southern caldera rim. Summary and Outlook IMO’s multidisciplinary monitoring approach, employing seismic and geodetic methods, combined with access /media/jar/myndsafn/2005EO260001.pdf
  • 13. Paper-Olafur-Rognvaldsson_91

    (Sigurðsson et al., 2004). In our model configuration the maximum elevation of the Hofsjökull ice cap is approximately 1540 metres, i.e. more than 250 me- tres lower than in reality. Hence, we use area-integrated data from an elevation range of approximately 1450–1650 metres along the three profiles HN, HSV and HSA (Jóhannesson et al., 2006). The winter balance on Hofsjökull has been modelled /media/ces/Paper-Olafur-Rognvaldsson_91.pdf
  • 14. Paper-Olafur-Rognvaldsson_92

    relate to other me- teorological factors and if the performance depends on the temporal resolution of the data and geographical location. The work should shed a light on which aspects need improving. Increased understanding of the limitations of the sim- ulations on a short timescale will also be beneficial for their use in hydrological purposes. This paper begins with a short description of rain /media/ces/Paper-Olafur-Rognvaldsson_92.pdf
  • 15. VI_2020_008

    Reanalysis IDF – Intensity-Duration-Frequency IMO – Icelandic Meteorological Office ME – Mean Error MLE – Maximum Likelihood Estimation RMSE – Root Mean Squared Error 9 Abstract In Iceland, extreme precipitation can often lead to flooding. In coastal regions, short-lived torrents can develop on steep slopes close to inhabited areas. The purpose of this report is twofold: to present an updated /media/vedurstofan-utgafa-2020/VI_2020_008.pdf
  • 16. VI_2013_008

    of the analogue method is introduced. In Section 3 hydrological and me- teorological data used in the analysis are presented. Section 4 describes the different strategies considered for implementing the method and Section 5 presents some results. Some concluding remarks are made in Section 6. 2 The analogue method Let X(t) be a state of a dynamical system at time t, known through the observation of k variables /media/vedurstofan/utgafa/skyrslur/2013/VI_2013_008.pdf
  • 17. VanderKeur_etal-2008-Uncertainty_IWRM-WARM

  • 18. 2010_003rs

    on the use of the relocation software, which was written by him and used in this research. First of all, I want to thank them for their guidance, but especially my main supervisor, Kristín, for all the patience, countless hours spent explaining and discussing various problems and giving compliments for deeds well done. I thank Ragnar Stefánsson for employing me at IMO, but this work was mostly funded /media/vedurstofan/utgafa/skyrslur/2010/2010_003rs.pdf
  • 19. Kok_JGEC658_2009

    Koulouriotis et al., 2003); developing indices for analysing and comparing Fuzzy Cognitive Maps (C¸oban and Sec¸me, 2005); and analysing the dynamic output of a Fuzzy Cognitive Map (Stach et al., 2005). Despite the diversity of applications, the aspect of analysing the dynamic behaviour the Fuzzy Cognitive Map is surprisingly underexposed. Because of its importance in the context of scenario development /media/loftslag/Kok_JGEC658_2009.pdf
  • 20. Kok_et_al._TFSC_published_2011

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