Guest Blog by Wouter Berghuijs (orcid) Frequent readers of this blog may be aware that different natural hazards often happen at the same time; periods of drought may coincide with periods of extreme heat, and very strong winds can come with extreme precipitation. However, it is probably even more common that one type of hazard … Continue reading When rivers flood, surrounding rivers often flood at the same time.
When we want to estimate climate risks, we need to model climate impacts. Our current climate tend to have biases even in the most basic variables. They are too hot or too cold, too dry or too wet. Impact models, however, typically require unbiased input. Fire is modelled as a response to available fuel and … Continue reading Bias adjustment and multivariate impacts