The types of atmospheric water circulation over the Atlantic and the formation of the extreme North Sea water inflows into the Baltic Sea
This article emphasises that one of the conditions for the formation of extreme inflow events from the North into the Baltic Sea is the long-time impact of same-type atmospheric processes on the water surface. There is a need to consider the intensity and the duration of one-direction atmospheric processes. The authors focus on the features and types of large-scale atmospheric circulation over
the North-East Atlantic, which determined the regional ...
Paleoecological conditions of the Gdansk basin in Holocene in the complex analysis of short sediment cores
... climate warming, characterized by an increase in surface water productivity and bottom water hypoxia, correspond to the Roman Warm Period, the Medieval Climatic Optimum, and the Modern Warm Period.
Ponomarenko E. P., Kuleshova L. A.
Baltic Sea, North Sea water inflows, bottom circulation, loss on ignition, atmospheric circulation, benthic foraminifera