Special Issue "Statistical Analysis and Stochastic Modelling of Hydrological Extremes"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 May 2019) | Viewed by 62889
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Interests: statistical analysis of hydrological extremes; climate change/variability impact assessment on hydrology and water resources; monitoring and modeling of water availability and drought/water scarcity
Special Issues, Collections and Topics in MDPI journals
Special Issue in Water: Hydrological Extremes under Climate Change and Socioeconomic Developments in Developing Countries
Special Issue in Geosciences: Predictions of Hydroclimatic Extremes: Floods, Droughts and Heatwaves
Assessment of hydrological extremes is of paramount importance, as they have the potential to affect society in terms of human health and mortality, and also may have effects on the ecosystem and economy (e.g., infrastructure and agriculture). In the last few decades, millions of people have been affected by hydrological extremes. The risk of these hazards will increase in the future as a result of climate change, and as population and infrastructure continue to increase and occupy areas exposed to higher risks. This Special Issue invites original research articles, as well as review articles, that address statistical analysis and stochastic modelling of hydrological extremes under current and future climate conditions. We are particularly interested in studies related to innovative stochastic and statistical approaches to analyze hydrological extremes. Potential topics include, but are not limited to:
- Decadal anomaly and trend analysis of historical hydrological extremes
- Anthropogenic and atmospheric drivers
- Assessment of uncertainties in hydrological projections and observations
- Application of statistical and dynamical downscaling methods
- Hydrological modeling under extreme conditions
- Early warning and forecasting systems
- Regional and global drought and flood analyses
- Adaptation and mitigation strategies
- Socio-environmental consequences of hydrological extremes
Dr. Hossein Tabari
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- Hydrological extremes
- Pluvial and fluvial floods
- Hydrological drought
- Forecasting models
- Climate change
- Decadal climate variability
- Uncertainty analysis