Vol 15 No 4 (2009)
Cikkek

Hail data analyses

Published September 2, 2009
K. Szentteleki
Corvinus University of Budapest, Department of Mathematics and Informatics
M. Gaál
Corvinus University of Budapest, Department of Mathematics and Informatics
M. Ladányi
Corvinus University of Budapest, Department of Mathematics and Informatics
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Szentteleki, K., Gaál, M., & Ladányi, M. (2009). Hail data analyses. International Journal of Horticultural Science, 15(4), 99-103. https://doi.org/10.31421/IJHS/15/4/850

Abstract

Long term data of hail events of three meteorological stations (Budapest, Debrecen and Szeged) were investigated. The hail event frequencies show significant differences in the time period 1901–2000 when the first and the second half of the century are compared. The frequencies of hail events are higher in the first half of the century in case of Debrecen and Szeged while it is higher in the second 50 years for Budapest. None of the frequencies of hail events in between 2001–2008 are significantly higher, though the average of precipitation fell during these events is higher except for Szeged. We have found that the results about the monthly distribution of hail events differ from the ones in the literature; the ratio of hail events is significantly less in the vegetation period.

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