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in figure 36 and 38 (processing figures with xfig). Having a figure where you could see the coordinates of your points

d.grid gives something similar, but I cant seem to turn of the grid lines and the numbers are "inside" the map.

tried ps.map, but can't move the numbers outside the x and y lines (see attachment)

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Re: grid legend

--- On Wed, 11/11/09, Martin Album Ytre-Eide wrote:

> Subject: [GRASS-user] grid legend

> Date: Wednesday, November 11, 2009, 1:40 AM

> I wont to do something similar to what is done in:

> in figure 36 and 38 (processing figures with xfig). Having

> a figure where you could see the coordinates of your points

> The problem is to generate x and y-axes with numbers,

> surrounding the map.

> d.grid gives something similar, but I cant seem to turn of

> the grid lines and the numbers are "inside" the map.

> tried ps.map, but can't move the numbers outside the

> x and y lines (see attachment)

> If anyone has any suggestions how to do this or know how

> this is done with xfig, I would appreciate it.

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Sendt: 13. november 2009 05:59

Til: [hidden email]; Martin Album Ytre-Eide

Emne: Re: [GRASS-user] grid legend

--- On Wed, 11/11/09, Martin Album Ytre-Eide wrote:

> Subject: [GRASS-user] grid legend

> Date: Wednesday, November 11, 2009, 1:40 AM

> I wont to do something similar to what is done in:

> in figure 36 and 38 (processing figures with xfig). Having

> a figure where you could see the coordinates of your points

> The problem is to generate x and y-axes with numbers,

> surrounding the map.

> d.grid gives something similar, but I cant seem to turn of

> the grid lines and the numbers are "inside" the map.

> tried ps.map, but can't move the numbers outside the

> x and y lines (see attachment)

> If anyone has any suggestions how to do this or know how

> this is done with xfig, I would appreciate it.

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Re: SV: grid legend

> d.grid does not seem to accept color=none .

The source code is held in the addons code repository and may(?) build

automatically with the g.extension module in grass 6.5+.

screenshots, it does what you want quite nicely.

> A solution could be to use d.graph together with

> d.region.box (thank you, I found it at wiki addons) . Then I

> will have to make shell-script to generate the

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Modeling Effective Albedo as a Function of Land Cover Type and Snow Ty by Martin Ytre-EIde, Terje Christensen et al

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The Center for Environmental Radioactivity (CERAD) project "UV-maps" aims to obtain geographically distributed time-series of solar ultraviolet (UV) radiation in Norway. Since UV-measurements are limited to a few monitoring stations, a full representation of the spatial and temporal distribution needs to be based on a ra-diative transfer model (RTM). A key parameter is the regional albedo distribution. The albedo model developed here apply a gridded set of local albedo values to derive the regional, effective albedo at any given point. In Norway there is a UV-monitoring network that has been operating since 1996, delivering almost continual 20-years time series of UV data. We use these stations as our modeling reference points. In our albedo model we use land cover information and snow dispersion data for 11 years. Land cover classifications combined with snow classifications constitute a matrix of albedo values, with one albedo value for each combination of land cover type and snow type, under the hypothesis that the snow albedo is affected by the underlying land type. In this paper, we outline how to determine these albedo parameters by regression analysis, and give examples of calculated albedo values for some combinations of land cover and snow type.

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Ytre-EIde, Martin; Christensen, Terje; Johnsen Istad, Tore Sivert; Nilsen, Lill Tove; and Johnsen, Bjørn (2017) "Modeling Effective Albedo as a Function of Land Cover Type and Snow Type," Free and Open Source Software for Geospatial (FOSS4G) Conference Proceedings: Vol. 17 , Article 10.

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Møre og Romsdal within

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Eide is a municipality in Møre og Romsdal county , Norway . It is part of the region of Nordmøre . It is located on the Romsdal peninsula , along the Kornstadfjorden and the Kvernesfjorden . The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Eide . Other villages include Lyngstad, Vevang , and Visnes .

The municipality is known for its traditional and modern limestone (marble) quarries and related crafts industry. The Atlanterhavsveien coastal road connects Eide Municipality to neighboring Averøy Municipality to the east. The municipal border lies at the Storseisundet Bridge on the Atlanterhavsveien road.

The 152-square-kilometre (59 sq mi) municipality is the 355th largest by area out of the 426 municipalities in Norway. Eide is the 250th most populous municipality in Norway with a population of 3,454. The municipality's population density is 23.7 inhabitants per square kilometre (61/sq mi) and its population has increased by 2.6% over the last decade. [2]

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General information

The municipality of Eide was established on 1 January 1897 when it was separated from Kvernes Municipality. The initial population of the municipality was 1,552. On 1 January 1964, the Vevang area (population: 562) was transferred from Kornstad Municipality to Eide Municipality. On 1 January 1983, the uninhabited island of Eldhusøya (now part of the Atlanterhavsveien ) was transferred from Eide to Averøy Municipality. [3]

On 1 January 2020, the neighboring municipalities of Eide and Fræna will be merged into the new municipality of Hustadvika . [4] [5]

The municipality (originally the parish ) is named after the old Eide farm ( Old Norse : Eið), since the first church ( Eide Church ) was built there. The name is identical with the word eið which means " isthmus " or "neck of land". [6]

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The coat-of-arms is from modern times. They were granted on 9 July 1982. The arms show three white whooping swans ( Cygnus cygnus ), which are very common in the many rich lakes in the area. Each swan has seven feathers, representing the seven main villages in the municipality. [7]

The Church of Norway has one parish (sokn) within the municipality of Eide. It is part of the Ytre Nordmøre deanery in the Diocese of Møre .

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Interesting facts about this location Syltefjorden (Finnmark)

Syltefjorden is a fjord in Båtsfjord Municipality in Finnmark county, Norway. The 16-kilometre long fjord flows from the river Syltefjordelva on the large Varanger Peninsula into the Barents Sea. The Varangerhalvøya National Park lies just south of the fjord. Historically, there were three fishing villages located around the fjord: Nordfjord, Hamna, and Ytre Syltefjord. All three villages were abandoned during the 20th century.

Located at 70.57, 30.23 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 1 mi away.

Syltefjord Chapel

Syltefjord Chapel is a chapel in Båtsfjord Municipality in Finnmark county, Norway. It is located in the now-abandoned (uninhabited) village of Nordfjord. The chapel is part of the Båtsfjord parish in the Varanger deanery in the Diocese of Nord-Hålogaland. The small wooden chapel was originally built in 1934 in the village of Makkaur. The village was abandoned after World War II and the chapel was then moved to the village of Nordfjord, along the Syltefjorden. The chapel seats about 60 people.

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