TENDINŢELE ŞI ANOMALIILE EXTREMELOR TERMICE ŞI PLUVIOMETRICE ĪN REGIUNEA DE NORD-VEST A ROMĀNIEI
ABSTRACT. -Trends and Anomalies of Thermal and Pluviometric Extremes in the North-Western Region of Romania. The main aim of this study was to identify the trends and the anomalies of extreme annual temperatures and extreme precipitation amounts fallen in 24 hours in the North-Western region of Romania. For this purpose we used homogenous series of data for 40 years (1961-2000) of eight weather station in the analysed area: Vladeasa, Iezer (mountain areas), Baia Mare, Sighetu Marmatiei (mountain depressions) Bistrita, Cluj-Napoca, Dej, Zalau (hilly areas). The main conclusions of the study are: the increasing trend of the air temperature is better highlight with minimum annual temperature than maximum annual temperature; anomalies of annual maximum temperature are less than of annual minimum temperature; trends in maximum amounts of precipitation fallen in 24 hours are positive in mountain depression (Sighetu Marmatiei and Baia Mare weather station), but inconclusive, while they are negative for the other six station being important as values, especially in mountain areas (Vladeasa, Iezer weather stations).
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