Special Issue "Practical Implications of Future Changes in Climate Extremes and Natural Hazards"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 21 February 2024 | Viewed by 2828
Interests: regional climate; climate extremes; natural hazards; climate impacts and adaptation research
Interests: regional climate simulation and evaluation; climate extreme; climate dynamics; climate change impact assessment;
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We invite submissions to this Special Issue from researchers working on a wide range of interdisciplinary topics and techniques. We seek research papers investigating future extremes and hazards and their relevance for climate change risk management, including studies supporting decision-makers and stakeholders to better plan for and manage risk from climate change at a regional scale. Furthermore, studies that unravel critical issues for sector-specific challenges (for example insurance, finance, energy, etc.) are also encouraged.
We are particularly interested in work across extreme rainfall/flood-producing rainfall, temperature extremes (hot/cold extremes), drought, bushfire, severe storms/wind, hail, lightning, statistical analyses, model performance/evaluation at different scales, etc. Studies addressing future changes in the frequency, intensity, and duration of future hazards and subsequent implications are of interest, as are integrated analytical/modelling approaches such as those linked with other types of modelling systems such as hydrology, air quality, etc.
Dr. Kathleen Beyer
Dr. Fei Ji
Manuscript Submission Information
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- natural hazards
- climate extremes
- integrate modelling systems
- regional climate
- climate impacts