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Published on 31 October 2009

CHANGES IMPACT AND HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL EVENTS IN THE CENTRAL CAUCASUS HIGHLANDS

A.A. Adjieva, N.V. Kondratjeva

Time history of several meteorological event characteristics from 1950s up to the present - average monthly and annual atmospheric temperatures, average monthly and annual storm day count and annual storm day count, rainfall, glacier melting intensity and closely connected mudflow activity is shown in this work. Observed meteorological data from weather stations Terskol, Cheget, Kislovodsk and others (some 80 weather stations), longterm glaciation dynamics observational data, time-continuous and hence unique mud-flowing chronological data for the Central Caucasus region being collected for more than 50 years, was analyzed.

CityNalchik
CountryRussian Federation
UDC551. 31 1.21
Issue2009, № 1
Key wordsmountain territories, the Caucasus, climate, meteorological control, natural phenomenon.
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Categories: Articles, Geo-ecological,-Recreational-and-Biomedical-Issues-of-SDMT

Tags: климат, метеорологические наблюдения, природные явления.

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