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The drift of the research ship Mikhail Somov, March-July 1985, and climatic peculiarities of the Ross Sea / S.N. Kudryavtsev, V.L. Mart'yanov, L.S. Milashenko, L.S. Petrov.

Title: The drift of the research ship Mikhail Somov, March-July 1985, and climatic peculiarities of the Ross Sea / S.N. Kudryavtsev, V.L. Mart'yanov, L.S. Milashenko, L.S. Petrov.
Author(s): Kudryavtsev, S. N.
Mart'yanov, V. L.
Milashenko, L. S.
Petrov, L. S.
Date: 1989.
Language: Russian transliteration entered into original records using BGN/PCGN 1947 romanisation of Russian; Cyrillic text in MARC 880 field(s) reverse transliterated from this by automated process; BGN/PCGN 1947 text then upgraded to Library of Congress romanisation.
In: Polar Geography and Geology. (1989.), Vol. 13(3) (1989)
Abstract: Meteorological observations throw light on Ross Sea Low (deepest cell of atmospheric pressure on Earth) and on travelling cyclones associated with it, which result in highest monthly mean wind velocities on Earth along Marie Byrd coast, reaching 12-13 m/sec in some months. High levels of cloud cover and high humidities are also characteristic of this environment. Anomalous sequence of three cyclones in row, which approached Russkaya Station from north-east (instead of more normal direction of north-west), probably contributed to ice conditions which led to Mikhail Somov's besetment. Concludes with detailed analysis of weather conditions recorded during drift. Translated from Sovetskaya Antarkticheskaya Ekspeditsiya. Informatsionnyy Byulleten, 1989, No. 112, p. 29-39.
Notes:

Polar Geography and Geology. Vol. 13(3) :171-181 (1989).

Keywords: 551.32 -- Glaciology.
551.326 -- Floating ice.
551.326.14 -- Floating ice, movement.
551.5 -- Meteorology.
551.515.1 -- Polar lows and extratropical cyclones.
551.524 -- Air temperature.
551.54 -- Atmospheric pressure.
551.55 -- Wind and air turbulence.
551.571 -- Humidity.
551.576 -- Cloud.
551.582 -- Climatology of particular places.
(*80) -- Southern Ocean.
(*881) -- Ross Sea.
SPRI record no.: 101231

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