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The measurement of precipitation up to today has been made in meteorology stations with devices called pluviograph and rain gauge.
Yu B, Rosewell CJ (1998) 'RECS: A program to calculate the R-factor for the USLE/RUSLE using BOM/AWS pluviograph data.
On pluviograph tapes, the rainfall amount was recorded in the time interval of 10 min.
The data collect by the meteorological station of IAG/ USP refer to the following climatic factors: atmospheric pressure (Micro-Barograph, Fuess), air temperature (Assmann's Psychrometer, Fuess and Thermograph 79, Fuess), air humidity (Flydrograph, Fuess), duration of sunshine (Campbell-Stokes Heliograph, Lambrecht), precipitation (Hellmann pluviograph, Lambrecht), wind direction and intensity (Anemograph "Universal" 82b, Fuess) and cloudiness (IAG, 2012).
Since pluviograph and detailed rainstorm data are rarely available at standard meteorological stations, mean annual [7,45,60] and monthly rainfall amount (Ferro et al.
Direct measurement of precipitation by pluviometer, totalizer and pluviograph is done by ministry of energy and meteorological organization of country.
Rainfall at the site was measured from a 203-mm, brass-rimmed, tipping-bucket pluviograph at the head point of the catchments.
ABSTRACT: Lack of long term, continuous pluviograph data makes it difficult to determine the R-factor for the Revised Universal Soil Loss Equation (RUSLE) in many parts of the world.
In the previous studies, the regional relationship for parameter values developed for Australia was based on pluviograph data from several disparate studies, including 29 sites from NSW, 41 from the tropics, and four from South Australia (Yu 1998).
Rainfall data were monitored by an automated weather station installed in the study area, containing a bascule-type pluviograph, with data acquisition every 5 min.
A Fuess-type pluviograph was used with daily intervals, a millimeter-graduated vertical scale that was subdivided decimally, and an hour-graduated horizontal scale that was subdivided at 10 minutes.