Erraticness of the rainfalls in different regions of India
Keywords:Rainfall, Indian regions, Erraticness
In the different regions of India, there is no evidence of rainfalls being more erratic (larger standard deviations) in more recent years. In the past, the peaks seem to have occurred during 1880-1890 and 1950-1960 in some regions, a separation of ~70 years. If meaningful, it could be indicative of a likely peak during 2020-2030.
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