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Modeling of precipitation-based drought characteristics over California
Hsieh Wen Shen
|Other titles||Modeling of precipitation based drought characteristics over California|
|Statement||by H.W. Shen, G.Q. Tabios III.|
|Series||University of California Water Resources Center contribution ;, no. 204, Contribution (California Water Resources Center) ;, no. 204.|
|Contributions||Tabios, Guillermo Q., University of California (System). Centers for Water and Wildland Resources, California Water Resources Center.|
|LC Classifications||QC929.27.C22 S237 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 85 p. :|
|Number of Pages||85|
|LC Control Number||96620953|
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Drought is a slow‐onset, creeping natural hazard and a recurrent phenomenon in the arid and semi‐arid regions of Gujarat (India).
In Asia, the standardized precipitation index (SPI) has gained wider. Skip to Main Content. The ET-based drought assessment was compared with conventional precipitation-based analyses using the Standardized Precipitation Index (SPI) in respect of severity, areal extent, and temporal trends. Weather‐pattern, or weather‐type, classifications are a valuable tool in many applications as they characterize the broad‐scale atmospheric circulation over a given region.
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In this study, the proposed MSDI is utilized to characterize the drought conditions over several Climate Divisions in California and North Carolina. The MSDI-based drought analyses are then compared with SPI and SSI. Abstract.
Drought is one of the world's primary natural hazards because of its environmental, economic, and social impacts. Therefore, monitoring and prediction for small regions, countries, or whole continents are challenging. In this work, the meteorological droughts affecting the Miño–Limia–Sil hydrographic demarcation in the northwestern Iberian Peninsula during the period of The identification of drought-prone areas is, however, challenging due to the complex nature of drought events with their slow onset and unclear definition [15,16].Four types of drought can be identified : (i) Meteorological drought is defined as a less-than-normal amount of precipitation for a certain region and time period [15,17,18].If the water deficit leads to a drop in soil moisture.
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