Precipitation features on the Black Sea coast of Russia in connection with different types of La-Ninja events

E.V. Vyshkvarkova, V.N. Maslova

Institute of Natural and Technical Systems, Russian Federation, Lenin St., 28

E-mail: aveiro_7@mail.ru

DOI: 10.33075/2220-5861-2018-1-79-82

UDC 551.583

Abstract:

Using atmospheric precipitation data from meteorological stations located on the Black Sea coast of Russia and the extratropical storm tracks, a change in the precipitation regime in connection with the different types of La Niña was investigated.

Keywords: La-Nina, precipitation, Black Sea coast of Russia.

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