Analysing the Long-Term Patterns of Seasonal Rainfall for Zari Station: Unveiling the Trends

Authors : V. D. Khating; S. D. Payal; A. R. Ingle

Volume/Issue : Volume 8 - 2023, Issue 8 - August

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The most pressing issue in India right now is the shift in the climate and the pattern of rainfall. Scientists are working to reduce the effects of the change and to create plans to lessen its effects. Rainfall is a crucial issue that requires considerable consideration because changes in rainfall patterns have a significant impact on Indian agriculture. The management of water resources, agricultural productivity, and the nation's overall economy are all significantly impacted by changes in the climate across the Indian region, particularly the South-West monsoon. In the Zari region of the Parbhani district, Marathwada, Maharashtra State, the study concentrated on rainfall variance and the identification of seasonal rainfall trends. The statistical parametric test was used to analyze rainfall variation, while Mann-Kendall and Sen's slope test was used to analyze trends. Regarding the seasonal point rainfall in Zari, a negative trend was seen for June and August, but a positive trend was seen for July, September, and October. Sen's slope values for the four rainy season months likewise showed an escalating tendency for the months of July, September, and October, and an escalating trend for the months of June and August.

Keywords : Seasonal Rainfall, Trend, Mann-Kendall, Sen’s Slope.


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