Summer solar radiation and temperature in relation To monsoon rainfall
Keywords:Global radiation, diffuse radiation, Inter annual variability of radiation
An examination of observational records of global and diffuse solar radiation during summer from 1964 to 1972 at all stations has been made. The results indicate that year-to-year variations of the mean daily radiation received at the surface is small. Further, these variations are not linked to the variations of sub-divisional rainfall during the subsequent monsoon season. Similar results have been obtained from an analysis of sub-divisional mean summer temperatures and monsoon rainfall over the period 1936 to 1965.
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