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Piter Bukharitsin

Piter Bukharitsin
Russian Academy of Sciences (Moscow) · Institute of Water Problems

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The authors of the article consider the Caspian Sea as a geophysical mass in the form of a relatively thin layer of water above the structural levels of the Pliocene-Quaternary deposits, which is influenced by the following environmental opposite factors: On the one hand, geological and, on the other, climatic and hydrological. The parametric appro...
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Current trends show decreasing water level in the Caspian Sea. This is a doomsday scenario for marine operations in the Northern part of the sea. Shallowing waters may limit both access to the sea through Volga-Caspian Channel from the world as well as internal cargo transit operations to big existing projects at Kashagan and Prorva areas and sever...
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Ice gouging, or scouring, i.e., ice impact on the seabed, is a well-studied phenomenon in high-latitude seas. In the mid-latitudes, it remains one of the major geomorphic processes in freezing seas and large lakes. Research efforts concerning its patterns, drivers and intensity are scarce, and include aerial and geophysical studies of ice scours in...
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The article presents the analysis of parameters of the Lower Volga hydrological regime in terms of the regulated runoff, which was carried out using data of long-term observations. There have been considered characteristics of the spring flood and summer high water in 2017. It is stated that the current situation in the Lower Volga is the result of...
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Sea ice can execute direct mechanical, thermal and physical-chemical impact on the coasts and bottom. Among these processes, the most dangerous is ice gouging - mechanical destruction of bottom grounds by sea ice, connected with ice cover dynamics, hummocks and stamukhi formation under the influence of the hydrometeorologie factors and topography o...
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During winter in the northern Caspian Sea navigators often encounter rafted ice much thicker than naturally accumulated sea ice. This article discusses the causes and features of the formation of rafted ice in navigable regions of the northwestern Caspian and proposes a method for calculating and predicting the thickness of rafted ice.
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The ice cover forming annually in the northern part of the sea is very unstable and its ice regime is quite complex. The very small heat store of the waters of the North Caspian owing to its exceptional shallowness promotes the formation of ice. The shallowness of the North Caspian, tortuosity of the shoreline, and rather complex bottom topography...

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