ERCL特刊征稿|Extreme Weather and Climate Event Attribution

01 8月 2023 gabriels
September 9 2018: storms Florence, Isaac, and Helene over the North Atlantic. All three are visible in this NASA image acquired by the Visible Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suite (VIIRS) on the Suomi NPP satellite. Source:




  • Sarah Perkins-Kirkpatrick,澳大利亚新南威尔士大学
  • Isla Simpson,美国大学大气研究协会
  • Deepti Singh,美国华盛顿州立大学温哥华校区
  • Michael Wehner,美国劳伦斯伯克利国家实验室


Extreme weather affects every person on Earth. Heat waves, extreme storms, drought and other types of extreme weather impact human health and welfare in a myriad of ways. It is well understood that as the climate warms, extreme weather also substantially changes. Attribution of the human influence of changes in extreme weather that has already occurred is critically important to both informing the public and increasing our understanding of the physical processes causing those changes. Attribution also informs about the confidence that should be placed in future projections of extreme weather changes. This focus collection welcomes topics on new event attribution methodologies, rapid and/or operational attribution, extension of attribution to new classes of weather events and the attribution of the human contribution to the impacts of extreme weather events. A comprehensive range of manuscript types are welcome, including full lengths papers, letters, reviews and perspectives.





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Environmental Research: Climate

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