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Drought events pose a threat to water security in virtually every climate zone and to every water use sector. Although little can be done to prevent a drought, actions can be taken to reduce the vulnerability of society, including the development of drought Monitoring and Early Warning systems. The international project DrIVER (Drought Impacts: Vulnerability thresholds in monitoring and Early-warning Research), which is funded by the Belmont Forum's Freshwater Security Theme, addresses the improvement of such systems.

 

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 NEWS

2017-08 - New paper in discussion

Human influences on streamflow drought characteristics in England and Wales (link)

2017-05 - New paper in discussion

Developing drought impact functions for drought risk management (link)

2017-05 - Upcomming: final DrIVER meeting

Between 17th and 19th of May in Freiburg

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