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|Statement||Ye. Ye. Gurtowaya, G.K. Sulakvelidze and A.V. Yashina.|
|Series||NASA technical memorandum -- NASA TM-77911., NASA technical memorandum -- 77911.|
|Contributions||United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
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Get this from a library. Laws of distribution of the snow cover on the greater Caucasus (Soviet Union). [Ye Ye Gurtovaya; G K Sulakvelidze; A V Yashina; United States.
National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gurtovaya, Ye Ye. Laws of distribution of the snow cover on the greater Caucasus (Soviet Union). (OCoLC) Abstract Redistribution of snow by avalanches in the Caucasus is of great significance in the nourishment of glaciers and the runoff, since, in general, the thickness and density of avalanche banks are considerably greater than the normal snow cover and reaches a volume of million cubic metres.
At the higher altitudes of the Greater Caucasus snow cover is year-round. There are about glaciers in the Caucasus, covering an area of km 2 [Shahgedanova et.
At the northern macroslope, it passes at the level of 2, 3, in. The height of snow cover in the mountains is highly intermittent. The snow cover thickness at the flattened areas of the mountains constitutes m.
Snow avalanches are common. Soil. The soil cover of the "Western Caucasus" site has strongly pronounced altitudinal sequence. Stephen Lucas on Soviet Law Books. Oliver Bullough. Oliver Bullough is a former Reuters Moscow correspondent.
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The great historic barrier of the Caucasus Mountains rises up across the wide isthmus where Europe. Tbilisi is a windy city, and can experience strong winds quite frequently.
The Caucasus Mountains (Greater Caucasus in the north and Lesser Caucasus in the south) and the secondary chains (zone 3 on the map) have an Alpine climate, more or less cold depending on altitude, with heavy snowfalls in winter; there are vast glaciers above 3, meters (11, ft), especially along the watershed of.
The recent development of high-resolution climate models offers a promising approach in improving the simulation of precipitation, clouds and temperature. However, higher grid spacing is also a promising feature to improve the simulation of snow cover.
In particular, it provides a refined representation of topography and allows for an explicit simulation of convective precipitation processes. The average winter snow cover of the Lesser Caucasus Mountains ranges from 10 to 30 cm (– in). The Greater Caucasus Mountains (especially the southwestern slopes) are marked by heavy snowfall.
Avalanches are common from November to April. Snow cover in several regions (Svaneti and northern Abkhazia) may reach 5 metres (16 ft).
The Mt. The following article is from The Great Soviet Encyclopedia (). It might be outdated or ideologically biased. Glaciers moving natural accumulations of ice of atmospheric origin on the earth’s surface. Glaciers are formed from solid precipitation in areas in which more precipitation is deposited during the year than melts and evaporates: Thus.
Snow cover also keeps the soil moist, so if the snow melts away earlier in the spring, the soil may dry out sooner, which can stress plants and increase the risk of wildfire.
1 About the Indicator This indicator tracks the area covered by snow sincebased on maps generated by analyzing satellite images collected by the National Oceanic. Western Asia—or simply West Asia—is the westernmost subregion of includes Anatolia, the Arabian Peninsula, Iran, Mesopotamia, the Levant region, the island of Cyprus, the Sinai Peninsula, and Transcaucasia (partly).
The region is considered to be separated from Africa by the Isthmus of Suez in Egypt, and separated from Europe by the waterways of the Turkish Straits and the. The mountain range spans 1, km ( mi), forming part of the southern Russian border, and crossing Georgia, Armenia, and Azerbaijan from left to right respectively.
With a snowline of approximately 3, m (11, ft) and many peaks over 4, m (14, ft), much of the snow seen in this image is present year round. Often regarded as the southeastern border of Europe, the Caucasus Mts stretch from the Black Sea (left) to the Caspian Sea (right). The mountain range spans 1, km ( mi), forming part of the southern Russian border, and crossing Georgia, Armenia, and.
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A wet day is one with at least inches of liquid or liquid-equivalent precipitation. The chance of wet days in Tbilisi varies throughout the year. The wetter season lasts months, from April 6 to July 4, with a greater than 18% chance of a given day being a wet day.
The chance of a wet day peaks at 29% on May The drier season lasts months, from July 4 to April 6. Dust covers the snow in the San Juan Mountains in Colorado during an extreme dust year in Chris Landry/Center for Snow and Avalanche Studies In the United States, the National Climate Assessment found that warmer temperatures are reducing soil moisture in parts of the West, and also predicts more drought in the coming years.
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