Special Issue "From Local to Global Precipitation Dynamics and Climate Interaction"
A special issue of Climate (ISSN 2225-1154).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 January 2020).
Interests: physics of complex systems; information theory; nonlinear statistical physics; nonlinear dynamics; nonlinear statistics; fluid dynamical systems; climate dynamics; earth system dynamics; nonlinear geophysics; atmospheric physics
Interests: hydroclimate; precipitation extremes; spatial scaling; flood risk; climate tele-connections; bayesian learning; non-parametric models; persistent floods; reservoir management; land-atmoshpere processes
The Special Issue welcomes research on theoretical and applied aspects pertaining to the dynamics of precipitation and climate interactions, along with dynamical co-evolution, feedbacks, and synergies among underlying earth system processes across spatio–temporal scales.
The Special Issue further encourages discussion on transdisciplinary methods in mathematical, statistical, and computational physics, with applications to data analysis and dynamic modeling, in order to shed light on precipitation complexity and predictability, along with underlying geophysical mechanisms.
Works that focus on investigating physical causality and inference of regional precipitation regimes, transitions, extremes, and their climate interactions using statistical and dynamical frameworks are also welcome.
The methodological debate may range from traditional, nonlinear, dynamic, stochastic–dynamic, kinematic–geometric, and information–theoretical developments to emerging frameworks in mathematical physics addressing non-ergodic, thermodynamically unstable processes and interactions.
Contributions are welcome from a diverse community in meteorology, climatology, hydrology, and the broader physical geosciences, working with diverse approaches, ranging from dynamical modeling to data mining and analysis, with physical understanding in mind.
Prof. Dr. Rui A. P. Perdigão
Prof. Dr. Naresh Devineni
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- climate dynamics
- atmospheric physics
- complex systems
- information theory
- nonlinear dynamics
- nonlinear statistics
- stochastic–dynamic modeling
- scaling and fractals
- extreme events