CONTRIBUTION TO THE STUDY OF THE WATER EQUIVALENT OF THE PRECIPITATION IN THE EPIRUS AREA

Abstract

THE PRESENT THESIS IS BASED ON THE METEOROLOGICAL MEASUREMENTS OF PRECIPITATION AT 58 STATIONS (39 OF EPIRUS AND 19 OF NEIGHBOURING COUNTRIES), WHICH OPERATED DURING THE 20 YEAR PERIOD 1962 THROUGH 1981. A TEST OF HOMOGENEITY OF THE SERIES OF THE PRECIPITATION MEASUREMENTS SHOWED THE CORRECTNESS OF THE RESULTS.MAPS OF PRECIPITATION ISOPLETHS ARE DRAWN, WHICH ILLUSTRATE THE GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION OF PRECIPITATION FOR EVERY MONTH, SEASON AND THE YEAR. THE TOTAL ANNUAL VOLUME OF WATER THAT FALLS ON AVERAGE. IN THE AREA OF EPIRUS IS ESTIMATED. THE NUMBER OF PRECIPITATION DAYS, AS WELL AS THE NUMBER OF SNOW AND HAILSTORM DAYS PER MONTH, SEASON AND YEAR IS EXAMINED. THE 24 H MAXIMA OF THE HEIGHT OF PRECIPITATION ARE STUDIED BY THE USE OF GUMBEL DISTRIBUTION. THE ALTERATION OF THE HEIGHT OF PRECIPITATION WITH THE ALTIMETER AND THE GEOGRAPHICAL CO-ORDINATES IS ALSO STUDIED. MANY HISTOGRAMS, DIAGRAMS AND REGRESSION LINES ARE DRAWN, WHICH ILLUSTRATE THE QUANTITY AND THE DISTRIBUT ...
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DOI
10.12681/eadd/0237
Handle URL
http://hdl.handle.net/10442/hedi/0237
ND
0237
Alternative title
ΣΥΜΒΟΛΗ ΣΤΗ ΜΕΛΕΤΗ ΤΟΥ ΥΔΑΤΙΚΟΥ ΙΣΟΔΥΝΑΜΟΥ ΤΩΝ ΑΤΜΟΣΦΑΙΡΙΚΩΝ ΚΑΤΑΚΡΗΜΝΙΣΜΑΤΩΝ ΤΗΣ ΠΕΡΙΟΧΗΣ ΗΠΕΙΡΟΥ
Author
Μπολτσής, Θωμάς
Date
1986
Degree Grantor
National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
Committee members
ΖΑΜΠΑΚΑΣ ΙΩΑΝΝΗΣ
ΜΑΡΚΟΥ-ΙΑΚΩΒΑΚΗ ΠΑΝΑΓΙΩΤΑ
ΚΑΝΕΛΛΟΠΟΥΛΟΥ ΕΛΕΝΗ
ΖΑΜΑ ΝΗ-ΠΑΠΑΠΕΤΡΟΥ ΑΘΗΝΑ
ΚΑΡΑΛΗΣ ΙΩΑΝΝΗΣ,
Discipline
Natural Sciences
Earth and Related Environmental Sciences
Keywords
CLIMATOLOGICAL ELEMENTS; HEIGHT OF PRECIPITATION; ISOPLETHS OF PRECIPITATION; MAXIMA OF 24; METEOROLOGICAL STATIONS; NUMBER OF PRECIPITATION DAYS; STATISTICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF CLIMATIC SERIES; TOTAL VOLUME OF PRECIPITATION
Country
Greece
Language
Greek
Description
247 σ.
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