We present the results of analysis of the variability of hydrometeorological and hydrophysical fields near the west and southwest coasts of Crimea on scales varying from 1–100 days to 1–11 yr according to the data of long-term routine (4–8 h) observations performed at the coastal marine hydrometeorological stations. New methods of filtration and spectral analysis are used to reveal the characteristic time scales of variability including the quasiperiodic and periodic components and study the physical processes responsible for the indicated variability. Special attention is given to the analysis of correlation between the periodic variability of the fields in the atmosphere and in the coastal zone on different time scales.
Physical Oceanography – Springer Journals
Published: May 25, 2006
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