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РАСТВОРЕННОЕ ОРГАНИЧЕСКОЕ ВЕЩЕСТВО В ВОДАХ БУХТЫ АБРАМОВА (КРЫМ) ЛЕТОМ 2019 Г

Publication Date Jan 1, 2021

Abstract

Based on data of the monitoring carried out by Marine Hydrophysical Institute in summer of 2019, the structure and the pattern of temporal variations in the field of concentration of dissolved organic matter (DOM) in the Abramov Bay (Crimea) are revealed. The response of the DOM concentration field to the atmospheric synoptic processes is monitored. The variation patterns of the analyzed field structure under conditions of intensive desalination of the coastal zone by storm water, as well as under influence of upwelling and typical wind conditions for summer are determined. Statistical data on the DOM concentration variability in the Abramov Bay apex are presented.

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Dissolved Organic Matter Marine Hydrophysical Institute Dissolved Organic Matter Concentration Influence Of Upwelling Pattern Of Temporal Variations Storm Water Conditions Of Desalination Statistical Data Upwelling Conditions Pattern Of Variations

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