Special Issue "Climate Extremes in the Pannonian Basin: Current Approaches and Challenges"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 March 2021).
In recent decades, most of the regions around the world have experienced increasingly significant climate changes. Changes in climate extremes are one of the most important topics in modern climate science, due to their major impact on the environment and society. The aim of this Special Issue is to address different approaches and methodologies in analysing climate extremes in the Pannonian Basin, which is the focus area of the Pannonian Basin Experiment (PannEx) Regional Hydroclimate Project of the Global Energy and Water Exchanges Project of the World Meteorological Organisation (GEWEX). This Special Issue intends to cover topics to support our ability to understand and predict climate extremes on both continental and local scales by improving the knowledge of environmental water and energy exchanges on a regional scale related to: the analysis of observation data; synoptic and seasonal conditions generating climate extremes and their impact on a local scale; changes detected in the historical records or estimated based on the modelled data; the social, economic, and environmental impacts of climate extremes; perception, public policies and strategies to be implemented at urban, local and/or regional levels. We invite researchers to submit papers for this Special Issue focusing on climate extremes in the Pannonian Basin region.
This Special Issue is open to all publications on climate extremes (research or review papers) in the Pannonian Basin.
Prof. Dr. Adina-Eliza Croitoru
Manuscript Submission Information
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- climate extremes
- climate extremes impact
- climate extreme policy
- climate change
- Pannonian Basin