Climate changes and trends over India
Keywords:Random fluctuation, Epochal increase, Total ozone, Pressure, Temperature, Rainfall
Based on the instrumental observations of over a century available in India, attempt is made
to study if there is a clear-cut evidence of any climate change or trend over .India with particular reference to
rainfall, surface temperature, atmospheric pressure and total ozone. The study concludes that while there are year to year random. fluctuations in these atmospheric variables and there are certain epochal increases and decreases in respect of rainfall and .surface temperature, .there appears to be no systematic climate charge or trend over India. There IS also no evidence of ozone depletion over India.
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