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  • 1. Traffc-maintenance_expenditures

    Manage- Basic Purchase Road Road net- Const- Acquisi- Govern- Com- Participati- Value Miscel- Total 2009 ment and road of equip- system work post- ruction tion of ment missi- on of the added laneous cost operating manage- ment develop- poned-, of land grants ons European tax over- level costs ment ment comprehen- build- and com- Regional De- heads 1991- 1991- sive- and ings pensation /media/loftslag/Traffc-maintenance_expenditures.pdf
  • 2. VI_2015_006

    ....................................................................................... 10 3 September 2012 .................................................................................. 12 3 Radiation fluxes at the surface ....................................................................... 16 4 Heat fluxes at the surface .............................................................................. 21 5 Net energy /media/vedurstofan/utgafa/skyrslur/2015/VI_2015_006.pdf
  • 3. GA_2009_91A_4_Andreassen

    ). Meteorological observations carried out on Storbreen in the summer of 1955 (Liestøl1967) revealed that net radiation is the most impor-tant contributor to the ablation at Storbreen. An au-tomatic weather station (AWS) has bee operatedin the ablation zone of Storbreen since September2001 providing a near-continuous series of meteor- ology and surface energy balance data. Analysis ofthe first five years /media/ces/GA_2009_91A_4_Andreassen.pdf
  • 4. Machguth_Horst_CES_2010

    experiments with different RCM’s • explore RCM biases • apply a different mass balance model data 2 RCM’s • HIRHAM4, Scenario A1B, 25 km, 1950-2100, Greenland • RCAO, Scenario A1B, 50 km, 1960-2100, Pan-Arctic 4 Weather Stations (Ta, Sin) • GC-Net Swiss Camp: 1150 m a.s.l. (1995 – 2006) • GC-Net Crawford: 2020 m a.s.l. (1995 – 2006) • Asiaq Station 437: 300 m a.s.l. (1983 – 2006) • DMI Illulisat /media/ces/Machguth_Horst_CES_2010.pdf
  • 5. vanRoosmalen_etal-2009-WRR_2007WR006760

    with 20% and 2% for the HIRHAM experiments using HadAM3H and with 30% and 7% for the ECHAM- driven experiments for Middle Europe and Scandinavia, respectively. [18] RCM output is not available for the entire period 1961–2100 because transient RCM simulations are com- putationally very demanding. Instead two 30-year time slices are available; one representative for the climate in the period 1961–1990 /media/loftslag/vanRoosmalen_etal-2009-WRR_2007WR006760.pdf
  • 6. IPPC-2007-ar4_syr

    (-33%) during 1970 to 2004 has been smaller than the com- bined effect of global income growth (77%) and global population growth (69%); both drivers of increasing energy-related CO2 emis- sions. The long-term trend of declining CO2 emissions per unit of en- ergy supplied reversed after 2000. {WGIII 1.3, Figure SPM.2, SPM} Differences in per capita income, per capita emissions and energy /media/loftslag/IPPC-2007-ar4_syr.pdf
  • 7. Joining forces in weather forecasting and climate research

    of how climate change will impact our countries” says Árni.A sustainable solution Powered entirely by Icelandic hydropower and geothermal energy sources and taking advantage of the local tempered climate for keeping the supercomputer components cool, the running costs and CO2 footprint will be kept to a minimum, saving tonnes of CO2 in line with the four nations' efforts towards reaching Net /about-imo/news/joining-forces-in-weather-forecasting-and-climate-research
  • 8. Reykholt-abstracts

  • 9. Adalgeirsdottir-etal-tc-5-961-2011

    (DGPS) equipment in 2001. Continuous profiles, approximately 1 km apart, were measured in the accumulation zone and a dense net- work of point measurements were carried out in the abla- tion zone. Digital Elevation Models (DEMs) of the surface and bedrock were created from these data (Fig. 2; Björns- son and Pálsson, 2004). The estimated errors are at most 1–5 m (bias less than 1 m) for the surface /media/ces/Adalgeirsdottir-etal-tc-5-961-2011.pdf
  • 10. Eyjafjallajokull_status_2010-05-07_IES_IMO

    recorded at 5-13 km depth, but fewer than yesterday. GPS deformation: Measurements from around Eyjafjallajökull indicate no major net discplaceaments, suggesting a stabilization of the surface deformation since yesterday. Other remarks: Grainsize analysis of samples taken of ash that fell on May 3rd at 64 km distance from the eruption site shows that about 5 % of the ash is smaller /media/jar/Eyjafjallajokull_status_2010-05-07_IES_IMO.pdf

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