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IJSTR >> Volume 5 - Issue 1, January 2016 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Seasonal Distribution Of Wind In Iran

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AUTHOR(S)

Mokhtar Karami, Mehdi Asadi

 

KEYWORDS

Wind Seasonal, Spatial Autocorrelation, Local Moran, Global Moran, GIS, Hotspot, Iran.

 

ABSTRACT

In this study, an attempt has been made to evaluate long-term average variation and fluctuation of Seasonal wind in Iran. For this purpose, wind database network was initially formed over Iran. Then, data from the base of a 30-year period, the daily period of 1/01/1982 to 31/12/2012, was supposed as the basis of the present study, and a cell with dimensions of 15 × 15 km of the studied area was spread. In order to achieve the wind seasonal changes in Iran modern methods of spatial statistics such as, Moran global spatial autocorrelation, Moran Local insulin index and Hot spots, by using of programming in GIS environment, were accomplished. The results of this study showed that the spatial distribution of wind in Iran has the cluster pattern. In the meantime, based on Moran local index and Hot spots, wind patterns in the South, South-East, East, South West and North West, have spatial autocorrelation positive pattern, and parts of the Caspian Sea coast, north and center of the country have negative spatial autocorrelation. During the study period, a large part of the country (almost half of the total area) had a significant pattern or spatial autocorrelation.

 

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