IJSRP, Volume 2, Issue 8, August 2012 Edition [ISSN 2250-3153]
B. V. Charlotte, E. K. Simon, Gibies George, Suguna Yesodharan, R.D. Ruchith
When illustratively went through the NE rainfall pattern of southern peninsular India enclosed within latitudes of 8˚N and 13˚N, longitudes 75˚E and 82˚E for last 5 decades demonstrated no long term trend in it. At the same time there is a prominent inter-annual variation in the seasonal mean rainfall as well as its sub seasonal distribution, which cannot be correlated to anything in a simple style.