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Generation of Missing Rain at the Dabola Weather Station in the Republic of Guinea

Journal: International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Publications (Vol.3, No. 5)

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Page : 43-47

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The purpose of this research is to determine the missing rainfall data from the Dabola weather station, for the purpose of energy exploitation of the Kalako site on the Tinkisso river. The method of reconstituting the pluviometric data known as of “Generation of long series of contributions from the rains” where method of “Reconstitution of the missing data”, was used to calculate the total pluviometric Px missing from the series of the meteorological station of Dabola. To this end, we used rainfall data over a 42 years period from the three neighboring stations: Mamou, Faranah and Dinguiraye to determine the 82 months of missing data from the Dabola station. Thus, we determined the missing rainfall totals, given in Table II. In addition, it was calculated: the rainfall standards of the three stations Pi : Mamou station: P1 =1749,1 mm, Faranah station: P2 =1879,5 mm, Dinguiraye station: P3 =1303,9mm, the average interannual precipitation of Dabola int P0 = 296,16 mm and the average rainfall total for the Dabola station PX =1149,5 mm. This method could be used for the study of many sites, whose pluviometric data are not complete, for the purpose of their energy, climatological and environmental recovery. However, the distance separating two neighboring stations must be approximately 150Km.

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