We study the regularities of annual variations in the concentration of oxygen and the degree of saturation of waters in the Sevastopol Bay with oxygen in 1998–2009. The three-dimensional specific features of seasonal variations in the distribution of oxygen in waters of the Sevastopol Bay are revealed. Two periods can be separated in the annual course of the content of oxygen in the surface layers of waters in all parts of the bay: the period of supersaturation in March–September and the period of undersaturation in October–February. In the bottom layer of waters in all parts of the bay, we observe the undersaturation of waters with oxygen for the whole year.
Physical Oceanography – Springer Journals
Published: Dec 10, 2011
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