A LITERATURE STUDY ON THE INFLUENCES OF HEAVY RAINFALL ON ENVIRONMENT
The frequency of extremely heavy rainfall occurrence and subsequent flash flooding in several areas within recent years has inspired us to research long-term shifts in severe rainfall across India. An overview of the occurrence of rainy days, heavy rains and severe flooding days, and also everyday intense rainfall including return times was undertaken throughout this research to evaluate the effect of climate change with heavy rainfall occurrence and the likelihood of floods within India. The intensity with heavy rainfall occurrence is declining in most regions of central with northern India, although it is rising in the south, east including north east coastal India. The research attempts to demonstrate a few of the important observations that are very valuable for meteorological preparation including disaster management. Severe rainfall including flood danger are rising dramatically in the world, with the exception of some areas of central India. The stabilization analyses revealed a substantial decline in the protection factors from 2003 to 2050 because of a rise in rainfall rate, indicating that environment change could have occurred after 2009 with potential adverse influences on slope stability..