Chlorophyll a variability in the north-western Black Sea under the present climate conditions

N.F. Kyrylenko1, V.P. Evstigneev1,2

1Sevastopol Center for Hydrometeorology and Environmental Monitoring, Russian Federation, Sevastopol, Sovetskaya St., 61

E-mail: kyrylenkonatalya@gmail.com

2Federal State Educational Institution of Higher Education «Sevastopol State University», Russian Federation, Sevastopol, Universitetskaya St., 33

E-mail: vald_e@rambler.ru

DOI: 10.33075/2220-5861-2017-4-80-87

UDC 528.88:551.46

Abstract:

   A variability of chlorophyll a in surface layer of the north-western Black sea under the influence of hydrometeorological factors in the present climate conditions have been studied using available data of satellite soundings for the period of 1997–2015.

Keywords: chlorophyll a, satellite data, pattern gap filling, Black sea.

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