75. Nature Climate Change - Understanding and Managing Connected Extreme Events
In June 2020, a paper "Understanding and managing connected extreme events" was published in Nature Climate Change journal. Extreme climates and their impacts are intricately intertwined through the interaction of physical factors and social circumstances. Various human interventions can exacerbate the situation through feedback loops. The occurrence of interrelated events needs to be discussed through interdisciplinary collaboration, and the authors propose approaches such as climate information provision to facilitate decision making.
The article is available at:
Raymond, C., Horton, R.M., Zscheischler, J. et al. Understanding and managing connected extreme events. Nat. Clim. Chang. (2020).
Contributor: IIYAMA Miyuki (Research Strategy Office)
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