2022
DOI: 10.3390/su14138004
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Driving Factors of Heavy Rainfall Causing Flash Floods in the Middle Reaches of the Yellow River: A Case Study in the Wuding River Basin, China

Abstract: In the context of climate change, extreme rainfall events have greatly increased the frequency and risk of flash floods in the Yellow River Basin. In this study, the heavy rainfall and flash flood processes were studied as a system. Taking the driving factors of the heavy rainfall causing the flash floods as the main focus, the key factors of the heavy rainfall causing typical flash flood processes were identified, and the driving mechanism by which the heavy rainfall caused flash floods was revealed. Through … Show more

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“…In addition, the distribution of floods comes from upstream regions with very high rain levels. Increased rainfall is the main factor that triggers flooding [62,63]. Heavy rainfall over a long period trigger flooding in the downstream area, derived from an increase in surface runoff that leads to a rise in the surface of the river flow and an increase in sediment in the downstream area [64][65][66].…”
Section: Frequency Ratio Calculationmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In addition, the distribution of floods comes from upstream regions with very high rain levels. Increased rainfall is the main factor that triggers flooding [62,63]. Heavy rainfall over a long period trigger flooding in the downstream area, derived from an increase in surface runoff that leads to a rise in the surface of the river flow and an increase in sediment in the downstream area [64][65][66].…”
Section: Frequency Ratio Calculationmentioning
confidence: 99%