On the basis of the analysis of the archival data, we reveal some regularities of the interannual and seasonal variations of the parameters of atmospheric transport, winds, air temperature, the amount of atmospheric precipitation in the Kerch region, the temperature of water in the Kerch Strait, and the water discharge through the strait observed for about the last two decades. It is shown that the intensities of the southeast atmospheric transport and wind activity predominant for the previous 30-yr period decreased for the analyzed time period as compared with the previous period, whereas the amount of atmospheric precipitation and the annual average temperatures of water in the strait and air in the Kerch region increased. We also reveal the presence of direct qualitative relationship between the intensity of atmospheric transport over the Kerch Strait and the water discharge in its water area.
Physical Oceanography – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 8, 2010
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