Trend Analys's of Temperature: A Case Study of Aegean Reg?on, TurkeyJournal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.6, No. 7)
Publication Date: 2017-07-05
Authors : Bacanl U.G.; Tanrkulu A.;
Page : 431-438
Keywords : Linear regression; Mann-Kendall; Precipitation; Sens; Temperature; Trend analysis; Turkey;
Climate change was expected to have great impacts. The effects of climate change have direct implications on temperature regimes. The aim objective of this study was to investigate the trends of monthly and annual mean temperature datas of Aegean Region in Turkey. For this purpose used the 35 stations. These data sets were trend analyzed. To determine trends of datas non-parametric Mann-Kendall, Spearman Rho, Sen method and parametric linear regression methods were used. The difference in monthly and annual changes were examined. Annual average temperature analyzes showed an increasing tendency in general, with an average trend of 85 % in all methods. Monthly average temperature analyzes showed increasing temperature trends in May, June, July, August, September and October. In generaly, no significant trends have been observed outside of these months. The average rate of increase in ownership among these stations is 71 %. Results of the temperature data trend show a general increasing trend. This results were indicator of effects of climate change and drought in Aegean Region. After the operating, managing and planning of water resources in the region should be taken into consideration of this effects of climate change and drought.
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