IDENTIFIKASI DAMPAK PERUBAHAN IKLIM TERHADAP SERI DATA HUJAN DI PULAU JAWA

Wanny Kristyanti Adidarma

Abstract


The identification of climate change impacts on rainfall (annual, seasonal and monsoon rainfall) was
studied using hundreds of rainfall data ranging from 1916-2006. The existence of trend in annual and
seasonal rainfall series was detected by Statistical Test, namely Mann-Kendall and the Difference of Two
Populations in monsoon series using Mann-Whitney.
The results of the test showed that annual and seasonal rainfalls in most of the studied area had decreased
where others had increased. The monsoon rainfall showed a significant difference in frequency distribution
particularly in the months March-April-May (MAM) and December-January-February (DJF).

Keywords


Trend, difference of two population, annual rainfall, seasonal rainfall, monsoon rainfall

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.32679/jsda.v5i1.427

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