2 edition of monthly rainfall assessment model for central Sudan found in the catalog.
monthly rainfall assessment model for central Sudan
|Series||Dicussion papers in geography,, no. 31, Discussion paper in geography (Salford, England) ;, no. 31.|
|LC Classifications||QC925.6.S73 H85 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||25 p. :|
|Number of Pages||25|
|LC Control Number||89214081|
The climate of Africa is a range of climates such as the equatorial climate, the tropical wet and dry climate, the tropical monsoon climate, the semi-desert climate (semi-arid), the desert climate (hyper-arid and arid), and the subtropical highland ate climates are rare across the continent except at very high elevations and along the fringes. Kebede, A., Diekkrüger, B., & Semu, A. M. (). An assessment of temperature and rainfall change projections using a regional and a global climate model for the Baro-Akobo Basin, Nile Basin, Ethiopia. Journal of earth Science and Climate Change, 4, 1– CrossRef Google ScholarAuthor: Amdework Zekarias, Habtamu Taddele, Amanuel Zenebe.
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Time Series Analysis of Monthly Rainfall data for the Gadaref rainfall station, Sudan, by SARIMA Methods. International Journal of Scientific Research in Knowledge, 2(7), pp.
A monthly rainfall assessment model for central Sudan: an early warning system for likely food "October " Includes bibliographical references (p.
17). Interestingly, the SARIMA (0,0,5)x(1,0,1)12 model developed here was found to be most suitable for simulating monthly rainfall drought over the Gadaref station.
The spatial relationship of West African Sudan–Sahel rainfall to the ITF migration is shown in Fig. 4 on the monthly mean time scale for – From April through August, the rain belt advances northward and intensifies, but its northern boundary (1 mm day −1 isohyet) generally lags – km south of the ITF position through July Cited by: Study area.
The study was carried out in NEB (∼8, km 2), which is located between ° N–° S and °–° W .In this region, the annual precipitation decreases from the east and northeast coast (> mm/year) to inland dry regions. Major crop yields in the Sudan during a year period (–) are shown and compared to the African average in Fig.
yield of sorghum, groundnuts, sesame and millet in the Sudan are o 79, 51 and 42%, respectively, of the African average (MAF, ; FAO (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations), ) for the period to Author: Khalid Siddig, Khalid Siddig, Davit Stepanyan, Manfred Wiebelt, Harald Grethe, Tingju Zhu.
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This framework, combined with high resolution time series of interpolated trends, climatological means and monthly time series of precipitation and. Subsequently, rainfall variability trend analysis was carried out over the Awash basin. TAMSAT has good agreement with station data in monthly scale.
However, CHIRPS has better performance in seasonal and annual scale. Besides, the performance of CHIRPS had better than TAMSAT and ARC-based satellite-based rainfall estimates at the annual scale. For each GCM, we used the year future periods named as s (–), s (–), s (–) and s (–) and three climate variables (mean monthly maximum Cited by: 1.
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More Info: The collaborative historical African rainfall model—Description and evaluation. Mustafa, E.M. Estimating daily rainfall from satellite data in Central Sudan 40 Balachandiran, S. The assessment of drought in Sri-Lanka (Ceylon).
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A study of surface winds over the Aegean area The analyses illustrate approaches to assessing the extent of possible trends in rainfall patterns and the calculation of weather-induced risk associated with the inter- and intra-seasonal variability of the rainfall amounts.
Trend analyses use monthly rainfall totals and the number of rain days in each month. No simple trends were by: p Book Reviews Peer-reviewed Journal Papers J1 Hulme,M. () Unusual rains in the 'dry' season at Khartoum Weather, 38, J2 Hulme,M.
() an exceptionally dry year in central Sudan Weather, 39, J3 Trilsbach,A. and Hulme,M. () Recent rainfall changes in central Sudan and their physical and.
J5 Hulme,M. () The adaptability of a rural water supply system to extreme rainfall anomalies in central Sudan Applied Geography, 6, J5 Hulme,M. () Rainfall in Sudan: An asset or liability Geoforum, 18, J6 Hulme,M. () The wet season in central Sudan Weather, 42, Climate is the long-term average of weather, typically averaged over a period of 30 years.
Some of the meteorological variables that are commonly measured are temperature, humidity, atmospheric pressure, wind, and a broader sense, climate is the state of the components of the climate system, which includes the ocean and ice on Earth.
for their livelihoods. For the Kiremt rains, rainfall declines range from to mm across the western and southern parts of Ethiopia. The combined Belg and Kiremt rainfall reductions total a loss of more than mm of rainfall per year in the most densely populated (fig. 1) long cycle crop growing area of the country.
The monthly mean rainfall amount in the past three decades from the ten stations was aggregated and average values were taken for analysis in the upper and lower sub-basin. Based on these data, the mean, minimum and maximum rainfall amount are higher in the months of June, July, August and September (Table 1).Cited by: Investigating the influence of sea surface temperatures (SSTs) on seasonal rainfall is a crucial factor for managing Ethiopian water resources.
For this purpose, SST and rainfall data were used to study a wide range of inhomogeneous areas in Ethiopia with uneven distribution of rainfall for both summer (–) and spring (–) : Asmaa Alhamshry, Ayele Almaw Fenta, Hiroshi Yasuda, Reiji Kimura, Katsuyuki Shimizu.
A comparative analysis of the sensitivity of NDVI and EVI to rainfall indicators has been carried out for different land use/covers in the Southwest of Burkina Faso. Three classified land use/covers maps forand were produced and change detection was applied to locate persistent areas.
Thereafter monthly vegetation indices of plots of × m2 were Cited by: Calibration results of average monthly observed and predicted flow at the Gumera gauge using SWAT 99 Framework of the coupled Water Balance Simulation Model–Ethiopia and Self-Organizing Map models Digital Elevation Model,reaches,sub-basins and sub-basin outlets initialized in the Blue Nile Basin SWAT model Rainfed agriculture is practiced in the central clay plains of Sudan and is affected by the high rainfall variability in time and space within and between seasons.
This study focused on analyzing rainfall variability and trend using a year record () of seven meteorological stations at the major agricultural production areas in Gedarif state in eastern : Lotfie A. Yousif, Abdelrahman A. Khatir, Faisal M. El-Hag, Ahmed M. Abdelkarim, Hussain S. Adam, Abd.