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High-Impact Weather Events over the SAARC Region

Ray, K., Mohapatra, M., Bandyopadhyay, B.K., Rathore, L.S. (Eds.)

Jointly published with Capital Publishing Company, New Delhi, India

2015, XIV, 414 p. 235 illus., 101 illus. in color.

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  • Examines prediction of high-impact weather events
  • Puts dynamics and predictability of extreme climate and weather in the limelight
  • Explores new tools and methods for quantitative analysis of high impact weather events
  • Approaches disaster preparedness, prevention and mitigation

This book is a compilation of papers contributed by researchers and scientists from SAARC nations and deals with high-impact weather conditions, their prediction and potential consequences for populations in the SAARC region. There have been a number of recent advances in our understanding and prediction of cyclones, severe thunderstorms, squalls, heat and cold waves, droughts and heavy rainfall, based on the latest observational data and NWP modeling platform. The SAARC region is vulnerable to high-impact weather events because of geographical features like high mountains, plateaus and vast oceans. As our climate continues to change over the coming years, the likelihood of extreme and potentially high-impact weather and climate events will be at its highest when natural and anthropogenic effects combine. All chapters were written by leading experts in their respective research and operational fields.

The book reviews the latest research, future needs, forecasting skills and societal impacts of extreme weather events and offers high-quality reference material for weather forecasters, disaster managers and researchers.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Extreme Weather Asia - Heat and Cold Waves - Heavy Rainstorms and Predictions - Thunderstorms and Predictions - Tropical Cyclones and Predictions - Tropical Storm Impact - Tropical Storm Prediction

Related subjects » Atmospheric Sciences - Climate Change Impact - Climatology - Meteorology - Natural Hazards

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