Emerging Hydro-Climatic Patterns, Teleconnections and Extreme Events in Changing World at Different Timescales
Agarwal, Ankit (editor)
Yuan, Naiming (editor)
Cheung, Kevin K.W. (editor)
Shukla, Roopam (editor)
This Special Issue is expected to advance our understanding of these emerging patterns, teleconnections, and extreme events in a changing world for more accurate prediction or projection of their changes especially on different spatial–time scales.
Keywordsthunderstorm; variability; trend; ENSO; IOD; Bangladesh; parameter and prediction uncertainty; IMD; TRMM; CFSR; Nagavali River Basin Region (NRB); freezing level; climate change; central Chile; CMIP5; flooding; ARW model; microphysical schemes; North Indian Ocean; tropical cyclones; average track error; skill score; WSM3; zonal rainy season; agronomic onset definition; trend detection; ENSO-teleconnection; spatio-temporal patterns; spatio-temporal scanning; local spatial autocorrelation; extreme precipitation; land–atmosphere interaction; water vapor; weather research and forecasting model; precipitation; evapotranspiration; tuning layer; extreme climate indicators; bi-variate copula; Hurst exponent; wavelet transform; precipitation concentration index; extreme rainfall; spatial inter-dependency; Silk Road pattern; evolution characteristics; summer temperature; Yangtze River Valley; S2S prediction; Australian summer monsoon; MJO; subseasonal peak rainfall event; North Atlantic Oscillation; NAO; rainfall signatures; spatio-temporal analysis; stratified Cox model; heterogeneous Markov chain model; likelihood ratio test; primary delay; arrival delay; n/a
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Publication date and placeBasel, 2022
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