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Climatological analysis of temperature and pluviometry in Guinea 1960-2016

Abstract : The purpose of this study is to improve the understandings on climate variability in Guinea. The methodology used is based on climatological analysis. The pluviometry and temperature data recorded at 12 meteorological stations were used. The annual variability of temperature shows the semi-annual cycle, and the interannual evolution of monthly mean temperature is characterized by an increasing trend over the years. The pluviometry values seems to indicate a decrease since 1960s, and is characterized by an annual cycle. The northward distributions of the temperature and rainfall show an increase and decrease respectively for the country.
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René Tato Loua, Hassan Bencherif, Nkanyiso Mbatha, Nelson Bègue, Zoumana Bamba, et al.. Climatological analysis of temperature and pluviometry in Guinea 1960-2016. 34th Annual Conference of the South African Society for Atmospheric Science, Sep 2018, Durban, South Africa. pp.162-165. ⟨hal-02098059⟩

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