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All-India Seasonal Rainfall Anomalies: 1871-1997Entry ID: JISAO_ALL_INDIA_PRECIP1
Abstract: All India rainfall is an areal average of 29 subdivisional rainfalls.
Subdivisonal rainfalls are from areally averaged district rainfalls.
The district rainfall is computed from averaging all stations in the
district. Rainfall amounts (in millimeters) are totals for June,
July, August, and September.
The data is consistent from 1871 - 1990 in that it is constructed
from a 306 station network, ... with no missing data. The number
and distribution of stations for 1991 - 1994 is unknown.
Rainfall from Parthasarathy for 1871 - 1994
1871 - 1990 from 306 stations, no missing data
1991 - 1994 station distribution unknown
1995 Preliminary rainfall values only. Station distibution
1996 from document: IMD New Delhi Oct 7 1996
Monsoon 1996 - End-of-the Season Report
1997 from document: IMS newsletter (PUNE chapter)
Oct-Dec 1997 Issue - Vol-II (No. 4)
Data Set Citation
Dataset Originator/Creator: B. Parthasarathy, Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology
Dataset Title: All-India Seasonal Rainfall Anomalies: 1871-1997
Dataset Release Place: Seattle, Washington, USA
Dataset Publisher: Joint Institute for the Study of the Atmosphere and Ocean (JISAO)
Start Date: 1871-06-01Stop Date: 1997-09-30
ISO Topic Category
Use Constraints Please cite the dataset author (B. Parthasarathy) if you use this data.
Data Set Progress
Distribution Media: Online (HTTP)
Distribution Format: PS
Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology Pune 411 008
Role: DIF AUTHOR
Email: Scott.A.Ritz at nasa.gov
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Province or State: Maryland
Postal Code: 20771
B. Parthasarathy, A.A. Munot, and D.R. Kothwale, 1995: 'Monthly and
seasonal rainfall series for all-India homogeneous regions and
meteorological subdivisions: 1871-1994', Contributions from Indian
Institute of Tropical Meteorology, Pune-411 008, INDIA.
Mooley, D. A., and B. Parthasarathy, 1984: Fluctuations in all-India
summer monsoon rainfall during 1871-1978. Climatic Change, 6, 287-301.
Parthasarathy, B., K. Rupa Kumar, and A. A. Munot, 1991: Evidence of
secular variations in Indian monsoon rainfall-circulation
relationships. J. Climate, 4, 927-938.
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Creation and Review Dates
Last DIF Revision Date: 2007-10-04