Organisation: European Commission, Joint Research Centre
Point of contact: alfred.de-jager@ec.europa.eu

Title: EDO Combined Drought Indicator (CDI) (version 1.4.0)

Description

Combined Drought Indicator (CDI) based in SPI, soil moisture and fAPAR, to identify areas with potential to suffer agricultural drought, areas where the vegetation is already affected by drought conditions, and areas in recovery process to normal conditions after a drought episode. The method is based in 5 impact levels. This levels are: "Watch" when a relevant precipitation shortage is observed, "Warning" when this precipitation shortage comes with a soil moisture anomaly, "Alert" when these two conditions are accompanied with an anomaly in the vegetation condition, "Partial recovery" when after a drought episode, the meteorological conditions are recovered to normal but not the vegetation conditions, "Full recovery" when meteorological and vegetation normal conditions are recovered. Currently, historical data are being reprocessed.

Contributors
EDO European Drought Observatory
How to cite
European Drought Observatory, EDO (2020):  EDO Combined Drought Indicator (CDI) (version 1.4.0). European Commission, Joint Research Centre (JRC) [Dataset] PID: http://data.europa.eu/89h/e83b19ce-08c2-4e0c-b93a-5fd62be21e5e
Keywords
Related resources

Publications

  • publication Development of a Combined Drought Indicator to detect agricultural drought in Europe

    Sepulcre-Canto, G., S. Horion, A. Singleton, H. Carrão, and J. Vogt. 2012. Development of a Combined Drought Indicator to detect agricultural drought in Europe. Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences, 12, 3519-3531

    DOI:10.5194/nhess-12-3519-2012

Other resources

Additional information
Issue date 2020-12-21
Landing page https://edo.jrc.ec.europa.eu/
Temporal coverage

From: 2012-03-01

Update frequency three times a month
Language English
Data theme(s) Environment
Identifier http://data.europa.eu/89h/e83b19ce-08c2-4e0c-b93a-5fd62be21e5e

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