Articles | Volume 22, issue 3
Research article
24 Mar 2022
Research article |  | 24 Mar 2022

Spatiotemporal evolution and meteorological triggering conditions of hydrological drought in the Hun River basin, NE China

Shupeng Yue, Xiaodan Sheng, and Fengtian Yang


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Short summary
To develop drought assessment and early warning systems, it is necessary to explore the characteristics of drought and its propagation process. In this article, a generalized and efficient drought research framework is studied and verified. It includes the evaluation of the spatiotemporal evolution, the construction of the return period calculation model, and the quantitative analysis of the meteorological trigger conditions of drought based on an improved Bayesian network model.
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