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International Journal of Applied Research

Vol. 3, Issue 8, Part K (2017)

The global perspectives of flood risk and climate change

Author(s)
Tajimul Md
Abstract
The hydrological cycle increased the intensity of rainfall and risk of flood with global warming. However, the changes often differ from the theorem expectation of increasing the water capacity of the atmosphere in hot conditions, especially when water availability is limited. Climate change to flooding can be a difficult endeavor. Not only are myriad weather and human-related factors in floods, but the limited data of past floods makes them difficult to measure against climate-driven trends of flooding today. It introduces impacts by region, and also impacts global mean surface temperature changes and global flood hazards. There are many numbers with analysis. It is only a global foreigner. The geographic model is based on, the climate landscape is constructed using pattern-scaling, and the exact effects are sensitive to certain assumptions in definition and application.
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How to cite this article:
Tajimul Md. The global perspectives of flood risk and climate change. Int J Appl Res 2017;3(8):863-865.
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