Assessment of Climatic Water Balance for Kalamb Taluka for Crop Planning

Authors : R. S. Rajput; K. V. Jiwtode; M. U. Kale

Volume/Issue : Volume 7 - 2022, Issue 12 - December

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An agro climatic study was conducted at Tal. Kalamb Dist. Yavatmal Vidharvha region of Maharashtra using database of 20 years (1998-2017) to assess the climatic water balance. The analysis of water balance components done on weekly basis. The average annual rainfall for Akola estimated as 796.44 mm. more than 30 mm rainfall 24 SMW to 38 SMW, more than 40 mm rainfall week during 28 SMW to 36 SMW and 50 mm rainfall occurrence in 29 SMW to 32 SMW. The highest PET was observed in 20 SMW weeks that is 54.11 mm and the lowest was observed in 1 SMW week i.e. 24.2 mm. The weekly total AET was recorded as 580.88 mm for period 1998 to 2017. The highest ATE was 28.4 mm during 30 SMW weeks and lowest was 0.05 mm during 21 SMW

Keywords : Rainfall, Actual Evapotranspiration, Potential Evapotranspiration, Water Surplus, Water Deficit.


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