عنوان مقاله [English]
This study examines the rainfall estimates and precipitation maximum distribution in Fars province through statistical methods and techniques of remote sensing. The main purpose of research is to determine the maximum susceptibility values PMP approach by the use of satellite data and the spatial distribution of these values. To achieve this aim, maximum amount of zoning PMP inverse distance weighting interpolation was conducted. The monthly precipitation data from TRMM satellite extracted from the 15-year period (1998-2012) with a spatial resolution of 0/25 × 0/25 degree consists of 183 points were obtained then the distribution, i.e., the point of the probable maximum precipitation seasons was drawn. The results showed that there was an increasing trend of South and East to West and Central regions of the province, except in the summer. Townships like Rustam, Mamasani and Sepidan had the most probable maximum precipitation (590-770 mm) in winter and cities like Larestan, Zarin Dasht, Darab and Abadeh had the least probable maximum precipitation in summer (4 mm). Also the highest daily rainfall amount and intensity observed in the study area on 20 February 1999 in the range of 110-130 mm rainfall occurred.