Interannual variability of atmospheric precipitation at an example of the Black Sea hydrophysical experimental site, Russian Academy of Sciences (Katsiveli) and agrometeostation ”Nikita’s garden” (Nikita)

S.A. Mayboroda¹, V.V. Metik-Diyunovа¹, Ju.V. Simonova ¹, S.I. Kazakov¹, P.B. Korsakov²

¹Black Sea hydrophysical Proving Ground of  RAS, Katsiveli

Email: sergey.mayboroda.72@mail.ru

²”Crimean Management of hydrometeorological service” agricultural meteorology station “Nikitskiy garden”, Nikita.

E-mail: nikita.meteo@gmail.com

DOI: 10.33075/2220-5861-2018-2-93-98

UDC 551.557

Abstract:

   The long-term data of atmospheric precipitations at the Black Sea hydrophysical experimental site of the Russian Academy of Sciences (BSHPG RAS) and Agrometeostation “Nikita’s garden” are presented. The obtained data characterizing the intensity of precipitation, extreme maximum and minimum values, and the typical trends are noted. The correlation is given of average annual and monthly values of atmospheric precipitation in Katsiveli and Nikita sites. The results obtained allow more accurate evaluation of the spatial and temporal variability of the atmospheric precipitations in the Western part of the South Crimea coast. The significant correlation is found for individual months of the cold period with the indices of North Atlantic oscillation (NAO).

Keywords: atmospheric precipitation, correlation, field data, precipitation totals, trends, interannual and intraannual variability.

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