What is it about?
This paper presents an analysis based on the use of historical data of frost/snow disasters in North China in combination with ArcGIS and other technical applications. Specifically, the frequency and intensity of frost/snow disasters in North China during the study period, 1644–1911 from the perspective of time and space, were analyzed.
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Why is it important?
Our findings would explicitly enrich basic datasets that inform the decisions of global communities, especially in humid/arid regions, coupled with driving country-level or continental studies to ascertain what is known and unknown, but important and needs to be studied. This analysis will not only help us in getting a better understanding of frost disasters in the historical period from both the spatial and temporal perspectives, it can also provide a technical basis for corresponding relief work.
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This page is a summary of: Characteristics of spatio-temporal distribution of frost/snow disasters in North China during 1644–1911, Geomatics Natural Hazards and Risk, February 2022, Taylor & Francis, DOI: 10.1080/19475705.2022.2034671.
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