Articles | Volume 370
11 Jun 2015
 | 11 Jun 2015

Dynamics of the flood response to slow-fast landscape-climate feedbacks

R. A. P. Perdigão and G. Blöschl


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Short summary
Flood regimes are behavioural patterns in floods across a wide variety of events under diverse circumstances. Our goal is to provide a unifying framework to address those regimes, how and why they change in space and time. For that purpose, we introduce a general model of flood regime dynamics under interacting natural factors and validate it with observations spanning a great diversity of hydrological settings. The model ultimately brings better flood understanding and forecasting abilities.