51.1 RainfallZones

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shortname RainfallZones
title RainfallZones
creator Ivan Hanigan, Based on data from the BoM
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abstract Climate maps classified by seasonal rainfall. | | November - April (summer) and May - October (winter)– they also use median rainfall not mean). Then the following rules were followed: | | sd: If summer>winter AND ratio(greater/lesser)>3 AND Annual total rainfall >350mm = “Summer Dominant” | s: If summer>winter AND ratio(greater/lesser)<3 and >1.3 AND Annual total rainfall >350mm = “Summer” | wd: If winter>summer AND ratio(greater/lesser)>3 AND Annual total rainfall >350mm = “Winter Dominant” | w: If winter>summerAND ratio(greater/lesser)<3 and >1.3 AND Annual total rainfall >350mm = “Winter” | u: If ratio <1.3 AND Annual total rainfall >350mm,“Uniform”, | a: If Annual total rainfall < 350mm,“Arid” |
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alternate_identifier https://cloudstor.aarnet.edu.au/plus/f/1781650133
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Recommended Citation Data derived from National Climate Centre of the Bureau of Meteorology: Climate Zone Classification. http://www.bom.gov.au/jsp/ncc/climate_averages/climate-classifications/index.jsp. 700 Collins Street Docklands VIC 3008, AUSTRALIA; 2005.
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