ISSN (Online) : 2456 - 0774

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ISSN (Online) 2456 - 0774



Abstract: Climate change and global warming are among the most widely debated and discussed topical issues related to the environment. While the presumption that climate change is a natural phenomenon has been reinforced by comprehensive historical evidence, all scholars vary on the anthropology of the increase in temperature in the 20th century. The implications of this are global variability in precipitation and cyclones. There is a varying degree of fluffiness in South East Asia in the relationship between global warming and seasonal moonlight. The thesis discusses the influence of climate change on the seasonality of Monsoon Asia and its implications on the variability of monsoon rainfall in South East Asia. Before the 1970s, there were typically marked changes when decadal variations in precipitation and temperatures were contrasted. But since the 1970s, anomalous global precipitation has nearly surpassed shifts in the same period of temperature fluctuations in the world. The Indian Summer Monsoon is always shifting to the west. While 70% of precipitation is below normal, the topography in some areas has an effect on the rate of precipitation. These changes during the other monsoon season in that region have an effect on precipitation intensity and on the onset of monsoon in Southeast Asia and are provisionally expected to prolong the onset of monsoon for 15 days in the future. The variability of monsoon precipitation in the SEA region is due to temperature patterns and there are major human, environmental, infrastructural and food safety effects on the degree and intensity of sporadic flooding in some areas during the monsoon season.
Keywords: Climate change, Monsoon, Global warming, Temperature, Rainfall.

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