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Simulating the climatic response of Hardangerjøkulen in southern Norway since the Little Ice Age
(The University of Bergen, 2014-05-24)
Glacier and ice cap volume changes currently amount to half of the total contribution from the cryosphere to sea-level rise. Ice caps and their outlet glaciers are dynamically different from the Greenland and Antarctic ice ...
Ambient noise levels and detection threshold in Norway
Ambient seismic noise is caused by a number of sources in specific frequency bands. The quantification of ambient noise makes it possible to evaluate station and network performance. We evaluate noise levels in Norway from ...
Seismic hazard in Norway due to large earthquakes
(The University of Bergen, 2015-06-01)
There are many faults located in Norway, posing as potential earthquake sources. Even though the seismicity is characterized as low to moderate, earthquakes of magnitude 3.5 or lower occur regularly. The seismic hazard ...
Atmosphere-driven ice sheet mass loss paced by topography: Insights from modelling the south-western Scandinavian Ice Sheet
Marine-terminating glaciers and ice streams are important controls of ice sheet mass balance. However, understanding of their long-term response to external forcing is limited by relatively short observational records of ...