A Study on the Change of Precipitation and Temperature with 24 Season by Moving Average Method

이동평균법을 이용한 24절기에 따른 강수량과 기온의 변화에 관한 연구

  • Park, Ki bum (School of Construction Engineering of Kyungil University)
  • 박기범 (경일대학교 건설공학부)
  • Received : 2018.10.03
  • Accepted : 2018.11.05
  • Published : 2018.12.31


In this study, daily precipitation data and daily average temperature data of meteorological observatories in Daegu, Busan, Daejeon, Seoul, Mokpo, and Gwangju cities inland and offshore were analyzed by using moving average method. Were compared. Overall, summarizing changes in precipitation and temperature over the 24 seasons, precipitation and temperature in all six stations increased compared to the past 1960s. In the case of precipitation, precipitation increased at the end of July and early August, whereas precipitation in April, September and early October decreased. In the case of temperature, especially in February, the temperature increased, and in Mokpo, the temperature from August to December showed a general decline. Changes in precipitation and temperature due to seasons in the 24 seasons affect agriculture and our everyday life, and further research is needed to determine how these changes will affect agricultural water supply, crop growth and daily life. The results of this study can be useful.


24 Seasons;Precipitation change;Temperature change;Climate change;Moving average


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