Spatial Exploration of Precipitation Variation in Europe using GIS

International Journal of Geoinformatics and Geological Science
© 2016 by SSRG - IJGGS Journal
Volume 3 Issue 3
Year of Publication : 2016
Authors : P. Sandeep Singh, S. Ramodevi Singh
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P. Sandeep Singh, S. Ramodevi Singh, "Spatial Exploration of Precipitation Variation in Europe using GIS" SSRG International Journal of Geoinformatics and Geological Science 3.3 (2016): 36-40.

APA Style:

P. Sandeep Singh, S. Ramodevi Singh,(2016). Spatial Exploration of Precipitation Variation in Europe using GIS. SSRG International Journal of Geoinformatics and Geological Science 3(3), 36-40.

Abstract:

Among the weather features the rainfall is the paramount index, ever believed off by agronomists and climatic analyzers as it is the most important single factor which regulates the cropping decoration of an area in common and the category of yield to be cultivated and its success or failure in particular. Therefore, the present study deals the rainfall characteristics of the various places, which includes the spatial distribution and unpredictability through different seasons, sprinkle ratio and frequency occurrences. Similarly snow ratio is concededobtainable to bring out the incongruities in the circulation and the drizzle incidence is calculated to appreciate the occurrences. GIS is efficiently used in this endeavor to evaluate and harvest maps.SW rainy season and NE heavy rain almost play an equivalent role in their rainfall assistances, whereas the post cloudburst rainfall occurrence is insignificant in this region.

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Key Words:

  GIS, rainfall, crop, climate.