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2013 (Vol. 6, Issue: 23)
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The Law Analysis of the Weihe River Basin (Shaanxi Section) Precipitation

Liu Renyuan, Gan Xiaojing, Chang Jianxia and Huang Qiang
Corresponding Author:  Liu Renyuan 

Key words:  Cycle, rainfall, R/S, trend, , ,
Vol. 6 , (23): 4336-4339
Submitted Accepted Published
September 30, 2012 December 11, 2012 December 15, 2013

Based on 1956-2010 of precipitation of Weihe river basin in shanxi section, this paper statistical analysis the precipitation characteristics, the cycle, the abrupt, the trend and sustainable. The results show that the average of many years is 606.63 mm, the maximum is 931.86 in 2003, the minimum is 368.56 in 1995; the precipitation is more in 20 century 50, 60 and 80s, less in 70, 90s and the 2000s and the average of precipitation is close to average of many years in 70s and 2000s; The rainfall process has the remarkable periodic, the first main cycle for 18 years, the second cycle for 7 years, the third for three years; The average rainfall not happened obviously mutations; and the precipitation is not significant decrease trend; Hurst index greater than 0.5, which suggests that past trends of precipitation will be continue in the future, namely in the future precipitation is not significant digressive tendency. The conclusions have the important reference value to weigh river water resources development.
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Liu Renyuan, Gan Xiaojing, Chang Jianxia and Huang Qiang, 2013. The Law Analysis of the Weihe River Basin (Shaanxi Section) Precipitation.  Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, 6(23): 4336-4339.
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