Türkiye Sıcaklıklarının Trend Analizi
GEYİKLİ, Mehmet Selim
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Climate change effects have been remarkably today; the determination of trends in temperatures, precipitation, stream flow, winds and evaporation has become considerable for the planning and management of water resources and engineering projects. Nowadays there is a lot of studies have been made in progress on global and regional climate changes in literature. In this study, annual trends of average temperature data recorded between 1960 and 2014 of meteorological monitoring stations belonging to Turkey which links Asia and Europe are examined. Mann-Kendall trend methods were used in non-parametric methods and trend trends were mapped monthly with the help of Geographic Information Systems. When the results are examined, it is seen that there is a statistically significant increase in temperature data in general.
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