Special Issue "The Drought Risk Analysis, Forecasting, and Assessment under Climate Change"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 November 2019.
Prof. Tae-Woong Kim
During the last few decades, drought risk assessment and forecasting have faced rapid expansion, not only from a theoretical point of view but also in terms of affecting many application areas under climate change. The framework of drought risk analysis provides a unified and coherent approach to solve inference and decision-making problems under uncertainty due to climate change, such as hydro-meteorological modeling, drought frequency estimation, hybrid models of forecasting, and water resources management. As such, we would expect climate change to have a profound impact on drought risk and water resources.
Prof. Tae-Woong Kim
Manuscript Submission Information
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- Drought risk assessment
- Drought forecasting
- Bayesian approaches to risk assessment
- Hybrid models for forecasting