عنوان مقاله [English]
This study surveyed variability in precipitation in the southern part of the Caspian Sea using 8 index. Daily precipitation data for 5 synoptic stations with period 1956-2014 is obtained from Iran Meteorological Organization. Derived Indices from precipitation are the largest number of consecutive dry days, mean duration of consecutive wet days, mean precipitation of wet spells, number of annual wet spells, annual precipitation, largest number of consecutive wet days, maximum precipitation and number of days with precipitation equal to or greater than 1 mm. Using of Mann–Kendall for all indexes showed that mean duration of consecutive wet days and number of days with precipitation equal to or greater than 1 mm have distinctive decreasing trend. Any station has not any trend in CDD index. Investigate of NCPI Tele-connection showed that this index is correlated with monthly precipitation days in southern areas of Caspian Sea. But this index is not correlated with largest number of consecutive wet days. Annual precipitation without significant changes with decrease in number and duration of precipitation days show that annual precipitation is falling on fewer days during a year in this region.