Special Issue "Statistical Approach to Hydrological Analysis"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 20 September 2021.
Interests: statistical modeling of hydrological issues; hydrological extreme phenomena; risk and uncertainty analysis; flood frequency analysis; water resources; ecological aspects of hydrology; groundwater modeling
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Interests: analysis of hydrological extreme phenomena; statistical and stochastic modeling of floods; risk assessment and risk management; the impact of anthropogenic factors on the flood regime; hydrological forecasts
Floods, droughts, and heavy rainfalls are believed to be the most dangerous natural disasters in terms of number of casualties and hold an infamous leading position in property damages. Consequently, the growing interest of policymakers and extreme natural event risk managers challenges scientists to create a new generation of more accurate and reliable models, possibly taking into account estimation of the impact of environmental change on the frequency of natural extremes. In addition, knowledge of the statistical parameters of hydrological phenomena used in the design of facility enables preparing the procedures of protecting people and infrastructure against extreme flooding, rainfalls and droughts, and creation of an environmental and water management policy. All these factors influence the intensification of the research on the issues of statistical approach to hydrological analysis, which aims at increasing the reliability of hydrological models within the context of imperfect measurement series and change of the hydrological cycle.
Prof. Krzysztof Kochanek
Dr. Iwona Markiewicz
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- extreme hydrological phenomena