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Soviet journal of physical oceanography

, Volume 2, Issue 1, pp 29–43 | Cite as

A stochastic model of the atmospheric precipitation in the coastal zone of the Tropical Atlantic

  • G. S. Dvoryaninov
  • A. V. Prusov
  • M. V. Shokurov
Analysis of Observations and Methods of Calculating Oceanic Hydrophysical Fields
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Abstract

A stochastic prognostic model of the atmospheric precipitation in the tropical area of the Atlantic Ocean is developed on the basis of a large data array. The data represent a series of monthly precipitation rates for 31 towns in the Republic of Guinea covering a period of 35–64 years as well as satellite data on the meridional displacement of the Intertropical Convergence Zone during 11 years. The model takes into account major regularities of the tropical precipitation: their impulsive periodic regime, trends, and the modulation of the stochastic component by the determined variability.

Keywords

Precipitation Stochastic Model Atlantic Ocean Coastal Zone Satellite Data 
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  • G. S. Dvoryaninov
  • A. V. Prusov
  • M. V. Shokurov

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