By the method of mathematical simulation, we study the evolution of local discharges of pollutants on the northwest shelf of the Black Sea induced by the motion of a cyclone. We use the nonlinear equations of motion of a homogeneous viscous fluid in the hydrostatic approximation and the equation of turbulent diffusion. A cyclonic formation is represented by a moving axisymmetric area of low pressures. The discharges of pollutants are caused by the action of instantaneous sources located on the sea surface. We perform the analysis of dependences of the paths of motion of polluted regions, the periods of their dissipation, and the depths of penetration of pollutants on the bottom topography and the intensity of diffusion processes.
Physical Oceanography – Springer Journals
Published: Feb 27, 2006
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