Remote Sensing of Hydro-Meteorology
Lee, Joo-Heon (editor)
Kim, Jong-Suk (editor)
Jung, Young Hun (editor)
Sur, Chanyang (editor)
Flood/drought, risk management, and policy: decision-making under uncertainty. Hydrometeorological extremes and their impact on human–environment systems. Regional and nonstationary frequency analysis of extreme events. Detection and prediction of hydrometeorological extremes with observational and model-based approaches. Vulnerability and impact assessment for adaptation to climate change.
Keywordsspatial downscaling; MODIS chlorophyll-a; sentinel-2A MSI; multiple polynomial regression; genetic programming; rainfall variability; Indian Ocean Dipole (IOD); El Niño–Southern Oscillation (ENSO); intentional statistical simulation; satellite-based precipitation; hydrological modeling; error propagation; monsoon-climate watershed; typhoon-induced rainfall; prediction; statistical model; fuzzy C-means clustering; China; remote sensing; integrated drought monitoring; meteorological drought; hydrological drought; agricultural drought; Bayesian principal component analysis (BPCA); statistical simulation; extreme precipitation index; PERSIANN-CDR; KGE; linear trend; Huai River Basin; Indian Ocean Dipole mode; El Niño–Southern Oscillation; singular spectrum analysis; mutual information; non-stationarity of seasonal precipitation
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Publication date and placeBasel, 2022
Technology: general issues
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