rainfall frequency

rainfall frequency

[′rān‚fȯl ‚frē·kwən·sē]
(climatology)
The number of times, during a specified period of years, that precipitation of a certain magnitude or greater occurs or will occur at a station; numerically, the reciprocal of the frequency is usually given.
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However, showers are always unpredictable, but if we get to know the rainfall frequency timing, then government can think of crops and can advice famers to sow short term crops and offer other such advisories, he said.
Sharpley AN (1997) Rainfall frequency and nitrogen and phosphorus runoff from soil amended with poultry litter.
Rakhecha [11] achieved to rainfall frequency zonation by use of hybrid guesser in Alabama.
Related to the rainfall frequency and amount, the effect of wetting-drying cycles on soil C flux needs to be further evaluated.
2] concentrations decreased with an increase in rainfall frequency (Fig.
The interaction between soil water content and rainfall frequency as well as amount regulates the soil C response to precipitation.
Rakhecha (1994) achieved to rainfall frequency zonation by use of hybrid guesser in Alabama.
Watershed characteristics include rainfall frequency, rate of runoff, ground slope, infiltration capacity of the soil, and the nature and type of soil.
Year-to-date revenues for 2001 reflect normal rainfall frequency during the summer months.
Maturity takes 3 to 4 years, depending on rainfall frequency.
The long precipitation record from a dense network of more than 60 recording rain gauges was used to modify national rainfall frequency atlases that are used in predicting flooding.