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Trends in precipitation extremes during the typhoon season in Taiwan over the last 60 years
Atmospheric Science Letters
The trends of four common climate change indices related to extreme precipitation events during the typhoon season (July-October) from 21 stations in Taiwan are investigated using a robust nonparametric method. Upward trends in precipitation intensity and 5-day total precipitation amounts prevail from 1950 to 2010. Longer drought duration is also noted, in southern Taiwan in particular. Daily precipitation during the typhoon season is further partitioned into typhoon and monsoon rainfall.doi:10.1002/asl2.464 fatcat:7nazitoogfh5bcrqgha5uhd2uq