Data for: Copula-Based Probabilistic Risk Assessment of Extreme Climatic Events‎: ‎Case Study of Frost in Malayer Vineyards

Published: 26 April 2021| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/z4nwh7vbbz.1
omid Chatrabgoun


This paper, for the first time, outlines a robust probabilistic mathematical model for risk assessment of frost in vineyards due to extreme climatic conditions. Given the complicated, non-linear, and multifaceted meteorological nature of the frost problem in agricultural settings, the mathematical model described in this paper was successful in identifying and quantifying the risk and uncertainties associated with the frost events in vineyards. The mathematical model described in this paper was successfully tested for an area of exceptional international value for grapes and raisin production. The case study of this paper focused on vineyards and grape production in Malayer region in Iran, which is recognized by FAO as Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems (GIAHS). The comprehensive analysis of risk assessment and predictive models.



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