- RT @NatureNews: Arguments about the environmental benefits of petrol or diesel engines are outdated: go.nature.com/2uBDogg https://t.co/b… 4 days ago
- Good illustration of what is the source of warming ⤴ bloomberg.com/graphics/2015-… 1 month ago
- MS lecture: Effects of accessibility on visitor composition and impacts in protected areas - University of Iceland hi.is/vidburdir/meis… 1 month ago
- Fun providing some information (first version little image mislabelled). Iceland at Night : Image of the Day earthobservatory.nasa.gov/IOTD/view.php?… #NASA 2 months ago
- RT @TahaYasseri: A great demonstration of why we need to plot the data and never trust statistics tables! autodeskresearch.com/publications/s… https://t… 2 months ago
Category Archives: Particulate matter
The weather was very good during New Years, calm winds, clear skies and cold. Therefore, PM10 concentration was expected to reach high values, and it did. At Grensás, close to downtown Reykjavik, the concentration reached maximum at 01:30, reaching almost … Continue reading
Dust storms occurred, and were visible, on 27 and 28 October 2016. MODIS image from 28 October 2016 at 13:00.
Good weather for dust storms these days here in Iceland, dry and sunny and windy every once in a while. The MODIS image above (Image courtesy of NASA MODIS/Rapidfire), taken 14:50 on 7 August 2016, show that pretty well. Quite … Continue reading
To estimate air quality, or figure out the current conditions, one needs to know the different units of measure, µg/m3, or mg/m3, and the different health limits for the different pollutants. Also, short term pollution limits are not the same … Continue reading
Quite a big dust storm originated from Holuhraun, north of Dynjujökull, outlet glacier of Vatnajökull, in Iceland today. At the time the satellite image was taken, around 14:40 on 2 September 2013, the wind speed at the nearby weather station … Continue reading
Ash detection and monitoring.NORDVULK SUMMER SCHOOL 2013: Remote sensing techniques in a dynamic geological setting, Nordic Volcanological Center, Institute of Earth Sciences, University of Iceland. Venue: Kríunes, Kópavogur, Iceland, 17-24 August 2013.
Today, Friday 19 July my student Rebekka Kienle presented her Diploma thesis:PM10 concentration in Reykjavík 2008 – 2012. ABSTRACT The particulate matter concentration in Reykjavík is rather low. Nevertheless, the daily limit value of 50 μg/m3 for PM10 is … Continue reading