CLIMATE, RIVER DISCHARGE AND SEA-LEVEL CHANGES DURING THE PERIOD OF INSTRUMENTAL OBSERVATIONS
Konikov, E. G.
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In actuality, the study of the dynamics of Black Sea level has implications for the development of the coastal zone, as well as economic and ecologic issues. The longest period of instrumental observations of sea-level (Odessa) spans 140 years (beginning in 1876). The majority of investigators hols a view of eustatic character of Black Sea level changes during the period of interest (Fomicheva 1986; Altman 1990). A significant role is attributed to the discharge of freshwater (fluvial, atmospheric precipitation) into the Black Sea. The leading role in this influx is the fluvial water discharge in the northwestern part of the basin - Danube, Dnieper, and Dniester (approximately 85% of the total discharge).
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