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  • 1. List of recent volcanic eruptions in Iceland

    1981 Hekla 1980 Hekla 1980 Krafla 3 eruptions 1977 Krafla 2 eruptions 1975 Krafla 1973 subaquatic eruption 5 km south of Landeyjar coast 1973 Heimaey 1970 Hekla 1963-1967 Surtsey 1961 Askja 1947 Hekla 1938 Grímsvötn 1934 Grímsvötn 1933 Grímsvötn 1929 Askja 1927 Askja 1926 northeast of Eldey 1924 Askja 1923 Askja 1922 Askja 2 eruptions 1922 Grímsvötn 1921 Askja 1918 Katla 1913 Austan Heklu 1910 /earthquakes-and-volcanism/articles/nr/1874
  • 2. Monitoring of Hekla

    result in multiple hazards, including tephra emissions, lava flows, pyroclastic flows and flooding due to snow-melt. Depending on weather conditions at the time of the next eruption, fine-grained ash could be lofted to high elevation, with international implications for air travel. Since 1970, the volcano has erupted at roughly decadal intervals (1970, 1980-81, 1991 and 2000). This is one reason /about-imo/news/monitoring-hekla
  • 3. 100 years of seismic observations

    seismicity in the area during the Surtsey eruption. Two years later the institute set up a station on Surtsey. After 1970, the Science Institute, in collaboration with other Icelandic institutes, monitored seismic activity in several regions around the country with portable instruments. From 1972 - 1985, the Science Institute and the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory in New York collaborated /earthquakes-and-volcanism/conferences/jsr-2009/100_years/
  • 4. Traffc-maintenance_expenditures

    024 212 220 - 5 257 17 816 10 410 9 234 - - - 465 133 1 420 546 1979 37 973 136 597 13 934 179 738 - 4 611 12 113 7 628 6 396 - - - 398 991 1 402 375 1978 34 841 113 348 12 016 150 926 - 6 329 9 494 5 969 3 980 - - - 336 903 1 231 939 1977 32 888 112 896 18 713 140 355 - 3 766 9 407 4 484 3 621 - - - 326 129 1 242 697 1976 30 828 107 015 10 788 142 451 - 4 276 7 902 3 990 2 757 - - - 310 008 1 296 /media/loftslag/Traffc-maintenance_expenditures.pdf
  • 5. Lettenmaier_Dennis_CES_2010pdf

    to 36 km (~7- 32 mi) head2right ECHAM5 forcing head2right CCSM3 forcing (A1B and A2 scenarios) HadRM Resolution: 25 km (~15 mi) head2right HadCM3 forcing Land-Atmosphere Interactions Snow Cover Change Temperature Change Change in winter temperature (degrees C)Change in fraction of days with snow cover Wintertime Change from 1990s to 2050s Salathé et al. 2008 Extreme Precipitation Change from 1970 /media/ces/Lettenmaier_Dennis_CES_2010pdf.pdf
  • 6. Early work and an overview of measurements

    Stockholm, 36-55. Pettersson, O. 1914. Climatic variations in historic and prehistoric time. Svenska Hydrografisk-Biologiska Kommissionens Skrifter 5, 1-26. Bull, E. 1915. Islands klima i Oldtiden. Geografisk Tidskrift 23, 1-5. Hannes Finnsson 1970. Mannfækkun af hallærum. Jón Eyþórsson og Jóhannes Nordal (ritstj.), 2. útg. með athugasemdum og skýringum. Almenna bókafélagið. Reykjavík, 209 s /climatology/articles/nr/1138
  • 7. Early work and an overview of measurements

    Stockholm, 36-55. Pettersson, O. 1914. Climatic variations in historic and prehistoric time. Svenska Hydrografisk-Biologiska Kommissionens Skrifter 5, 1-26. Bull, E. 1915. Islands klima i Oldtiden. Geografisk Tidskrift 23, 1-5. Hannes Finnsson 1970. Mannfækkun af hallærum. Jón Eyþórsson og Jóhannes Nordal (ritstj.), 2. útg. með athugasemdum og skýringum. Almenna bókafélagið. Reykjavík, 209 s /climatology/articles/nr/1138/
  • 8. Tornado_Impacts_-_FMI_Presentation

    -scale Category P e r c e n t a g e o f C a t e g o r y F a t a l i t i e s Permanent Homes Casualties and Timing Casualties and Time of Day 150 200 250 I n d e x V a l u e Fatalities 0 50 100 Overnight Morning Early Afternoon Late Afternoon Late Evening I n d e x V a l u e Injuries Nocturnal Tornadoes 7 8 9 10 R a t i o N i g h t t o O t h e r T i m e s 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 F0 F1 F2 F3 F4 F /media/loftslag/Tornado_Impacts_-_FMI_Presentation.pdf
  • 9. Milly_etal-2008-Stationarity-dead-Science

    drainage works, and land-cover and land-use change. Two other (sometimes indistinguishable) challenges to stationarity have been exter- nally forced, natural climate changes and low-frequency, internal variability (e.g., the Atlantic multidecadal oscillation) enhanced by the slow dynamics of the oceans and ice sheets (2, 3). Planners have tools to adjust their analyses for known human distur- bances /media/loftslag/Milly_etal-2008-Stationarity-dead-Science.pdf
  • 10. VAT_newsletter_2018_06

    Sporðar/te rmini (% ) 0 20 40 60 80 10 0 1930 1940 1950 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010 2020 Hopa/Retreat Ganga fram Advance Engin breyting Stationary Gögn/Data: Jörfi/Icel. Glaciol. Soc. 1900 1920 1940 1960 1980 2000 2020 6 7 8 9 10 11 Hiti/ Tempe rature (°C ) Rúmmál/ Volume (km³ ) 50 55 60 65 70 Sumarhiti/Summer temperature Stykkishólmur ... 10−ára/year meðaltal/average Rúmmál/Volume /media/Eplicanámskeið/VAT_newsletter_2018_06.pdf

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