We study the anomalies of some hydrometeorological fields in the Atlantic-European sector and on the South Coast of Crimea (SCC) in the years of decrease in solar activity in its even and odd 11-year cycles. It is shown that, in the first half of summer, the values of the sea level and surface temperature at the SCC averaged over the years of decrease of an even cycle are lower than for the same years of an odd cycle. As a result, we make a conclusion that there exists a tendency to the formation of quasi-22-year variability of some hydrometeorological characteristics near the SCC. We also discover a trend to the antiphase variability of the number of upwellings and the surface temperature at the SCC in the years of decrease in solar activity in its even and odd 11-year cycles.
Physical Oceanography – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 20, 2004
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