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Linear models of the relationships between meteorological observations and the flow of river Tungnaá at the western margin of glacier Vatnajökull were investigated by means of spectral analysis and estimation of the impulse response. Most of the variation of Tungnaá is confined to the lowest frequencies and the diurnal variations. The temperature has most effect on the rapid variations around 1 cycle/day whereas the largest coherences with the precipitation are in the lowest frequencies. Thedoi:10.1017/s0022143000022280 fatcat:lpjto2mqfng6jiuaiyjbhixpgm