عنوان مقاله [English]
Determining the climate of a region is of great importance in the hydrological studies of a region. One of the most influential natural factors in a region is the climate and climate of that region, which due to its variable and dynamic nature has always caused very important changes in natural areas and therefore to recognize and study its status. It is very important in the study of natural resources. The aim of this study was to determine the climate of Kerman province according to the ambrothermic curve, Domarten drought coefficient and Umbrella climate. For this purpose, climatic parameters including average annual and monthly rainfall, average annual and monthly temperature, average minimum and maximum temperature in the coldest and warmest months of the year were used. The results show that due to the ambrothermic curve it is dry almost all year round except for the months (December, November, October, February, January). The numerical value of Dumarten drought coefficient, considering the two parameters of rainfall and annual average temperature, is 7.8 (range less than 10), so the climate of the region is dry. Climate The amberge view shows the climate of the region as dry and cold. All three methods show almost the same results, and in general the region has a dry climate.
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