Rainfall and temperature pattern trend analysis of Dahod district of Gujarat, India

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Sheetal Vilas Shende, Dr Navrachana


Climate inconsistency, particularly that of the annual rainfall and air temperature, has gained a great deal of attention worldwide. The magnitude of the changeability or fluctuations of the components changes according to areas. Consequently, analyzing the spatiotemporal dynamics of meteorological factors within the setting of changing climate, particularly in nations where rainfed horticulture is largest, is imperative to assess climate-induced changes and propose possible adjustment methodologies. To that end, the display consider looks at long-term changes and short-term variances in monsoonal precipitation and temperature over Dahod area of Gujarat state, India. Rainfall and temperature data for the period 1981 to 2017 were analysed in this study. To analyse and examine the problem, statistical trend analysis techniques Mann-Kendall test and Sen’s slope estimator were used. Sen’s slope is calculated with 95% confidence interval for seasonal rainfall that in months June to September, maximum and minimum temperature.

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