Analysis of Rainfall Characteristics in Billiri, Gombe State, Nigeria Geography and Sustainable National Development Proceedings of the 59th Annual Conference of the Association of Nigeria Geographers Department of Geography, Faculty of Social Science University of Ibadan and the Association of Nigeria Geographers, pp 373-386. Nigeria - Nigeria - Climate: Nigeria has a tropical climate with variable rainy and dry seasons, depending on location. Corresponding e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; Phone: +234(0)8065345364; 9021728394 Abstract: - Choosing a probability distribution to represent the precipitation depth at various durations has long been a topic of STUDY AREA The study area, Niger-Delta is one of the largest deltas in the world (Singh et al., 1995). A savanna climate, with marked wet and dry seasons, prevails in the north and west, while a steppe climate with little precipitation is found in the far north. An Assessment of Rainfall Distribution Pattern and Climate Extremes in Southern Nigeria Ibeabuchi U, Egbu, A. U and Kalu, A. O. Best Time Analyze the significance of the Intertropical Discontinuity as a climatological entity. To analyze and describe other climatic factors associated with rainfall variability in Nigeria. Mean Monthly Rainfall Distribution Patterns in the Sudano-Sahelian Region of Nigeria Prior to examining the trends in monthly and annual rainfall series in Sudano-Sahelian region of Nigeria, the mean monthly rainfall distribution patterns for the selected stations and for the entire region was generated and presented in Figure 3. Investigate the mean monthly rainfall distribution of Nigeria in relation to the position of the ITD for the years under study. In the southeast, the rainiest region, the decrease in rainfall in July and August doesn't occur: in Calabar, where 3,000 mm (120 in) of rain fall per year, rainfall remains around 400 mm (16 in) per month from June to September. Influence of Inter-Tropical Dicontinuity in the Rainfall Distribution of Nigeria. Power distribution networks in various parts of Nigeria have been collapsing as a result of the rainfall being experienced across the country, the Transmission Company of Nigeria has declared. An attempt is made in this research to examine the distribution of rainfall in Nigeria within the framework of the dominant influence of the Intertropical Discontinuity (ITD) which is a boundary separating the dry northern air from the moist southern air. Rainfall takes the center stage from the birth of a new year in Nigeria, moving from the south to the east and often getting to the northern part in late may and june. It is hot and wet most of the year in the southeast but dry in the southwest and farther inland. It is located in Southern Nigeria and covers a land area of over 29,100 km 2 (Ogunkoya and Efi, 2003). Spatio‐Temporal Analysis of Rainfall Distribution in Kaduna State, Nigeria Iliya Bitrus Abaje1* Patience John Achiebo1 Mansur Bako Matazu1,2 Abstract Monthly and annual rainfall data for Kafanchan, Kaduna and Zaria for the period 1961-2016 (56 years) were used in this study to analyse the spatio-temporal distribution of rainfall in Kaduna State. In the south-east of Nigeria, the Cross River National Park is a hilly area, wet and covered with forests. ABSTRACT. Impact of Climate Change on Rainfall Distribution on Cassava Yield in Coastal and Upland Areas of Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria June 2020 Journal of Experimental Agriculture International The northern part of Nigeria has the lowest amount of rainfall in a year sometimes as little as 120 to 130 rainy days in Kano and even lesser by 10 to 20 days in Katsina and Sokoto the pattern of rainfall distribution in the study area; and (4) Examine rainfall attributes in the study area.