Global Warming in Khuzestan Province during 1988-2016, using the nonparametric method


Department of Physical Geography, Faculty of Geographical Sciences, Kharazmi University


Increasing the concentration of greenhouse gases leads to global warming is a phenomenon called resonance phenomenon that has led to an average annual temperature of 0.74 ° C over the last century the Earth's surface to rise.
Global warming is a phenomenon that many adverse effects on human life and affects animals. Find phenomena such as droughts and intensity of rainfall .
What reduction - Increased occurrence of dust and Sylabha.nyz days of climate change caused by global warming in the world ultimately was.
In this study, to investigate the phenomenon of global warming in the province using the usual methods of time series (moving averages, trend-factor equation Trendline) and Mann-Kendall test, the average annual air temperature changes over the period 2016-1988 to 8 stations synoptic meteorology (Ahvaz, Abadan and Dezful Bustan- omydyeh- Ramhormoz-Mahshahr-MasjedSoleiman)is examined.
The results obtained indicate a significant increase in average temperature of the air at all stations in the province so that the selected stations during the study period (except station in Masjed Soleyman, rising at 5% level) show the significant increase in the level of 1% of the stations 0.107 and 0.097, respectively Vramhrmz take degrees Celsius per year, the highest annual rate of increase in temperature have had


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