The Climatic Condition of Bangladesh: Scenario of Dhaka

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Debajani Chakraborty

Abstract

Bangladesh’s climate is consisting of medium to high rainfall, high relative humidity, and high temperature. Due to global warming effects, Bangladesh subjected to many kinds of natural disasters. To understand climate change impacts in Bangladesh, one has to understand the climatic condition of this country. In this paper, annual rainfall, average maximum and minimum temperature and relative humidity data were collected and analyzed to understand the climatic condition of the country. It has been seen that, the rainfall rate of this country is decreasing year to year but the temperature is increasing than previous years. The average relative humidity is almost constant.

Keywords:
Climatic condition, Dhaka, rainfall, relative humidity, temperature.

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Chakraborty, D. (2019). The Climatic Condition of Bangladesh: Scenario of Dhaka. Asian Journal of Environment & Ecology, 11(2), 1-6. https://doi.org/10.9734/ajee/2019/v11i230131
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Original Research Article

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