Towards a categorisation of statistical methods to study compound events

Many extreme impacts on society are caused by compound events, which were recently defined as a combination of multiple drivers and/or hazards contributing to societal or environmental risk. Compound events include, for example, concurring precipitations and storm surges causing flooding along low-lying coastal areas; heatwaves enhanced by drought conditions; strong wind episodes combined with drought … Continue reading Towards a categorisation of statistical methods to study compound events