Anomalies in terrestrial hydrological cycle – India


  • A. A. L. N. SARMA Department of Meteorology & Oceanography, Visakhapatnam – 530 003, India
  • S. SRINIVAS Department of Meteorology & Oceanography, Visakhapatnam – 530 003, India



Water balance model, Hydrological regime, Hydrographs, ENSO / LNSO events


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      It is reported that the traced footprints across the world are the consequences of the perturbed world climate system that might be responsible in intensifying the world hydrological cycle with regional implications. An attempt is made here to understand this fact in case of hydrological regime over India through water balance model. The investigation mainly addresses the climate teleconnection impacts of ENSO/LNSO signal on the hydrological fluxes for All India.




How to Cite

A. A. L. N. . SARMA and S. . SRINIVAS, “Anomalies in terrestrial hydrological cycle – India”, MAUSAM, vol. 57, no. 4, pp. 639–652, Oct. 2006.



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