Hydroclimatic Variability and Predictability: A Survey of Recent Research
Recent research in large-scale hydroclimatic variability is surveyed, focusing on five topics: (i) variability in general, (ii) droughts, (iii) floods, (iv) land-atmosphere coupling, and (v) hydroclimatic prediction. Each surveyed topic is supplemented by illustrative examples of recent research, as presented at a 2016 symposium honoring the career of Professor Eric Wood. Taken together, the recent literature and the illustrative examples clearly show that current research into hydroclimatic variability is strong, vibrant, and multifaceted.
Koster, R.D., A.K. Betts, P.A. Dirmeyer, M. Bierkens, K.E. Bennett, S.J. Déry, J. Evans, R. Fu, F. Hernandez, R. Leung, X. Liang, M. Masood, H. Savenije, G. Wang, and X. Yuan (2017): Hydroclimatic Variability and Predictability: A Survey of Recent Research. In press, HESS, hess-2017-122.