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Global Drought and Flood

Observation, Modeling, and Prediction

Wu, Huan / Lettenmaier, Dennis P. / Tang, Quihong / Ward, Philip J. (Herausgeber)

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1. Auflage September 2021
352 Seiten, Hardcover
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Recent advances in the modeling and remote sensing of droughts and floods

Droughts and floods are causing increasing damage worldwide, often with devastating short- and long-term impacts on human society. Forecasting when they will occur, monitoring them as they develop, and learning from the past to improve disaster management is vital.

Global Drought and Flood: Observation, Modeling, and Prediction presents recent advances in the modeling and remote sensing of droughts and floods. It also describes the techniques and products currently available and how they are being used in practice.

Volume highlights include:
* Remote sensing approaches for mapping droughts and floods
* Physical and statistical models for monitoring and forecasting hydrologic hazards
* Features of various drought and flood systems and products
* Use by governments, humanitarian, and development stakeholders in recent disaster cases
* Improving the collaboration between hazard information provision and end users

The American Geophysical Union promotes discovery in Earth and space science for the benefit of humanity. Its publications disseminate scientific knowledge and provide resources for researchers, students, and professionals.

List of Contributors

Preface
Huan Wu, Dennis P. Lettenmaier, Qiuhong Tang, and Philip Ward

Part I: Remote sensing for global drought and flood observations

1 Progress, challenges and opportunities in remote sensing of drought
Arash Modarresi Rad, Amir AghaKouchak, Mahdi Navari, and Mojtaba Sadegh

2 Remote Sensing of Evapotranspiration for Global Drought Monitoring
Xiwu Zhan, Li Fang, Jifu Yin, Mitchell Schull, Jicheng Liu, Christopher Hain, Martha Anderson, William Kustas, and Satya Kalluri

3 Drought Monitoring Using Reservoir Data Collected via Satellite Remote Sensing
Huilin Gao, Gang Zhao, Yao Li, and Shuai Zhang

4 Automatic near Real-Time Flood Mapping from GEO-LEO Satellite Observations
Sanmei Li, Donglian Sun, Mitchell D. Goldberg, and Dan Lindsey

5 Global Flood Observation with Multiple Satellites: Applications in Rio Salado, Argentina, and the Eastern Nile Basin
Beth Tellman, Jonathan A. Sullivan, and Colin S. Doyle

6 Integrating Earth Observation Data of Floods with Large-Scale Hydrodynamic Models
Guy J-P. Schumann and Jeffrey C. Neal

Part II: Modeling and prediction of global drought and flood

7 Global integrated drought monitoring with a multivariate framework
Zengchao Hao

8 A probabilistic framework for agricultural drought forecasting using the ensemble data assimilation and Bayesian multivariate modeling
Mahkameh Zarekarizi, Hongxiang Yan, and Ali Ahmadalipourand Hamid Moradkhani

9 Integrating SMAP soil moisture and rainfall data with an analytic model for drought monitoring at the continental scale
Feng Ma, Lifeng Luo, and Aizhong Ye

10 Global Flood Models
Mark A. Trigg, Mark Bernhofen, David Marechal, Lorenzo Alfieri, Francesco Dottori, Jannis Hoch, Matt Horritt, Chris Sampson, Andy Smith, Dai Yamazaki, and Hongyi Li

11 Calibration of global flood models: progress, challenges and opportunities
Feyera A. Hirpa, Valerio Lorini. Simon J. Dadson, and Peter Salamon

12 Digital Elevation Model and Drainage Network Datasets for Global Flood and Drought Modeling
Huan Wu, Jing Tao , Dai Yamazaki, Weitian Chen, Zequn Huang, Chaoqun Li, and John Kimball

13 Fundamental dataset for global drought and flood modeling: Land Use Land Cover
Min Feng

Part III. Global drought and flood risk assessment, management and socioeconomic response

14 Global river flood risk under climate change
Francesco Dottori, Lorenzo Alfieri, Lauro Rossi, Roberto Rudari, Philip Ward, and Fang Zhao

15 Direct tangible damage classification and exposure analysis using satellite images and media data
Siquan Yang and Haixia He

16 Flood Risk and Monitoring Data for Preparedness and Response: From Availability to Use
Andrew Kruczkiewicz, Mélody Braun, Shanna McClain, Helen Greatrex, Lace Padilla, Laura Hoffman-Hernandez, Kara Siahaan, Miriam Nielsen, Brian Llamanzares, and Zachary Flamig

17 Global Flood Partnership
Lorenzo Alfieri, Sagy Cohen, John Galantowicz, Guy J-P. Schumann , Mark A. Trigg, Ervin Zsoter, Christel Prudhomme , Andrew Kruczkiewicz, Erin Coughlan de Perez, Zachary Flamig , Roberto Rudari, Huan Wu, Robert F. Adler, Robert G. Brakenridge, Albert Kettner, Albrecht Weerts, Patrick Matgen, Saiful A.K.M Islam, Tom de Groeve, Francesco Dottori, and Peter Salamon

18 Drought and flood monitoring and forecasting: challenges and opportunities ahead
Huan Wu, Dennis P. Lettenmaier, Qiuhong Tang, and Philip J. Ward
Huan Wu, Sun Yat-sen University, China

Dennis P. Lettenmaier, University of California Los Angeles, USA

Qiuhong Tang, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

Philip J. Ward, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands

H. Wu, University of Maryland; D. P. Lettenmaier, University of California, Los Angeles; Q. Tang, Chinese Academy of Sciences; P. J. Ward, Institute for Environmental Studies (IVM)