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Flash Drought Response to Precipitation and Atmospheric Evaporative Demand in Spain
Flash drought is the result of strong precipitation deficits and/or anomalous increases in atmospheric evaporative demand (AED), which triggers a rapid decline in soil moisture and stresses vegetation over short periods of time. However, little is known about the role of precipitation and AED in the development of flash droughts. For this paper, we compared the standardized precipitation index (SPI) based on precipitation, the evaporative demand drought index (EDDI) based on AED, and thedoi:10.3390/atmos12020165 fatcat:x2mm3hech5bjrdhbmgmbyra3he