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  • 1. 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
  • 2. Climatic-Change-2012---Personality-type-differences-between-Ph.D.-climate-experts-and-general-public---implications-for-communication

    RM, Capraro MM (2002) Myers-Briggs Type Indicator score reliability across studies: a meta-analytic reliability generalization study. Educ Psychol Meas 62:590–602 Carlson JG (1985) Recent assessments of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator. J Personal Assess 49:356–365 Carlyn M (1977) An assessment of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator. J Personal Assess 41:461–473 Clack GB, Allen J, Cooper D et al (2004 /media/loftslag/Climatic-Change-2012---Personality-type-differences-between-Ph.D.-climate-experts-and-general-public---implications-for-communication.pdf
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    which are significantly lower com- pared with similar beginning and end years. Consequently, for the 2004–50 period, the average RCM warming rates of 0.29 K per decade over the ocean, and 0.35 K per decade over the land are somewhat larger than for the reduced IPCC ensemble mean. Additionally, the tabulated values of SAT differences between the 1961–90 control period and either the 2021–50 /media/ces/2010_005_.pdf
  • 4. VI_2015_009

    J600v berg 2.utg) were also used in this study. Table 1. Main characteristics of river basins used in this study. River Name Type Area Mean Percentage Mean annual Period / (km2) elevation glacier precipitation for Gauging (m a.s.l) (mm) streamflow station (1961-2014) data vhm59 Ytri-Rangá L 622 365 0 1564 1961–2014 vhm64 Ölfusá L+D+J+S 5687 480 12.2 2003 1950–2014 vhm66 Hvítá (Borgarfirði) L+J 1577 /media/vedurstofan/utgafa/skyrslur/2015/VI_2015_009.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. 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
  • 7. ces-glacier-scaling-memo2009-01

    in Norway was provided by the Norwegian Water Resources and Energy Directorate (NVE). TóJ 12 5.12.2009 Memo References Bahr, D. B., M. F. Meier and S. D. Peckham. 1997. The physical basis of glacier volume–area scaling. J. Geophys. Res., 102(B9), 20,355–20,362. Björnsson, H., and F. Pálsson. 2008. Icelandic glaciers. Jökull, 58, 365–386. Fenger, J. (Ed.). 2007. Impacts of Climate Change on Renewable /media/ces/ces-glacier-scaling-memo2009-01.pdf
  • 8. 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
  • 9. Gudmundsson-etal-2011-PR-7282-26519-1-PB

    Icelandic glaciers. Jo¨kull 58, 365386. Bjo¨rnsson H., Pa´lsson F. & Haraldsson H.H. 2002. Mass balance of Vatnajo¨kull (19912001) and Langjo¨kull (19962001), Iceland. Jo¨kull 51, 7578. Bouillon A., Bernard M., Gigord P., Orsoni A., Rudowski V. & Baudoin A. 2006. SPOT 5 HRS geometry performance: using block adjustments as a key issue to improve quality of DEM generation. ISPRS Journal /media/ces/Gudmundsson-etal-2011-PR-7282-26519-1-PB.pdf
  • 10. 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

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