Special Issue "Statistical Approaches in Climatic Parameters Prediction"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 October 2023) | Viewed by 8815
Interests: hydrology; extreme event modelling; water footprint; water quality modelling
Interests: climate change; rainfall–runoff modelling; water resources management; geographic information systems
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Statistical methods are commonly applied to obtain insight from underlying data and detecting useful evidence for making informed decisions. The current climate system and potential future changes are investigated through statistical analysis. Moreover, statistical methods are key tools for the production of effective and sustainable solutions to the climate crisis. As a result, numerous statistical techniques are developed and adopted to predict the climatic parameters.
To cover the progress in statistical techniques in forecasting climatic parameters, the open-access journal Atmosphere is hosting a Special Issue titled ‘Statistical Approaches in Climatic Parameters Prediction’. The aim of this Special Issue is to provide recent advances in statistical techniques for climatic parameters prediction. This topic comprises numerous probabilistic and statistical approaches and multivariate methods including extreme value analysis of climatic parameters (e.g., rainfall, temperature, bushfire). The topic is also highly relevant to different engineering applications, such as stormwater infrastructure design, flood and drought assessment, and the adoption of appropriate construction techniques.
Dr. Iqbal Hossain
Dr. Abdullah Gokhan Yilmaz
Manuscript Submission Information
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- statistical methods
- climatic parameters
- probabilistic approach
- flood and drought analysis