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22311963 VARIATION OF TEMPERATURE AND RAINFALL IN INDIA Debabrata Das and R.
2394-3661, Volume-4, Issue-7, July 2017 Time Series Model and Analysis On Rainfall In Oshogbo Osun State, Nigeria Alawaye A.I, Alao A.
10.11591/eei.v5i1.518 101 Regime Analysis of Critical Raindrop Diameters for Rainfall Attenuation in Southern Africa 1 2 O Adetan*1, OO Obiyemi2 Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Ekiti State University, Ado Ekiti, Nigeria Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Osun State University, Osogbo, Nigeria *Corresponding author, e-mail:
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This is most important feature controlling the Indian climate because about 75% of the annual rainfall is received during a short span of four months (June to September).
22311963 RAIN MODEL FOR INVESTIGATING OVERFLOW IN COMBINED SEWER SYSTEMS UNDER REGULAR OPERATING CONDITIONS Balázs Istók1 and Gergely Kristóf1 1 Department of Fluid Mechanics, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary ABSTRACT In combined sewer systems, even regularly occurring heavy rainfall can cause overflows to occur under regular operating conditions.
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Siltation/silting Due to soil erosion/deforestation/overgrazing/river deposition Less water supply Due to climatic change/lower rainfall/higher temperatures/more evaporation Increased usage (max 1)  (iii) What can be done to stop the amount of water in the reservoir from reducing further?
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 Soil erosion because no roots to hold soil / soil exposed / no interception Soil becomes infertile / loses nutrients because of leaching / top layer of soil eroded / no humus formation from leaves Soil becomes unfit for agriculture Siltation in reservoirs because soil [exposed and] washed into rivers Siltation in reservoirs leads to reduction in capacity of reservoirs / dams become silted up / reduces HEP production Siltation in reservoirs leads to reduction in capacity of canals / irrigation / water supply Flooding because increased surface runoff / less interception Flooding leads to destruction of buildings / infrastructure / farmland Landslides / avalanches because slopes / rocks / snow not held by trees Landslides / avalanches lead to blocked roads / buildings destroyed Loss of scenery / beauty / shade leads to decrease in tourism Loss of habitat so species lost / extinctions / animals move away / disturbed Air pollution from burning Decrease in rainfall due to less transpiration Fewer trees to take up of CO2 and effect on global warming / climate change (e) To what extent is it possible to save and even increase the area of forests in Pakistan?
As a result of weeks of heavy rainfall between late May and early July, thousands of Oklahomans have been displaced and many have experienced substantial property damage.
An Account of Grass-Roots Disaster Relief During The Colorado Flood Of September, 2013 By Tiernan Doyle Executive Director Boulder Flood Relief Executive Summary Community Response Boulder Flood Relief Lessons Learned Context Rainfall Drainages Affected Landslides Communities Affected Community Response Previous Floods Emergency Response Volunteer Opportunities Boulder Flood Relief Formation Occupy Sandy University of Colorado Occupy Boulder Organization Tech Tools Boulder Startups Boots on the Ground BFR Volunteer Dispatch Legal Framework Financial Structure Community Assistance Key Lessons Learned Lead from Below Limitations are an Opportunity Connect Neighbors with Neighbors Collect and Catalyze your Data Communicate.
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Page 2 1 Mark Scheme GCE O LEVEL – May/June 2013 Syllabus 2059 Paper 02 (a) (i) For each of the following cities state the maximum rainfall and the month in which it falls.