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General
Data set name

Two-hour-step climatological data for Black Sea coast (22 July, 2005, 12.00h - 26 July, 2005, 12.00 h)

Data holding centreM. Nodia Institute of Geophysics of Georgian Academy of Science
CountryGeorgia  Georgia
ProjectA Regional Capacity Building and Networking Programme to Upgrade Monitoring and Forecasting Activity in the Black Sea(ARENA)
Time period7/22/2005 - 7/26/2005
OngoingNo
Geographical area

Black Sea coastal area limited with liqiud boundary along 41E

Observations 
Parameters

Heat fluxes between the water column and the atmosphere

Instruments

Satellite tracking system

Description 
Summary

The data have been derived within the ARENA IP. The data set consists of climatological data, as following: - x and y components of wind stress on a sea surface - net surface heat flux - atmospheric precipitation - evaporation - three-dimensional fields of x and y components of sea current velocity, T and S , calculated by basin scale model of BS of MHI, Sevastopol. The above data were calculated by on the basis of numerical model ALADIN and satellite data. The data introduced are for some parts of the Georgian Black Sea limited with liquid boundary along 41E. Data are on grid with following parameters: grid step - 1km, amount of grid nodes along axis x is 69, along axis y 203.

OriginatorsM. Nodia Institute of Geophysics of Georgian Academy of Science
Availability 
OrganisationM. Nodia Institute of Geophysics of Georgian Academy of Science
AvailabilityAcademic
ContactDr. Avtanadil Kordzadze (Deputy Director)
Address

M. Nodia Institute of Geophysics of Georgian Academy of Science
1 Alexsidze Str.
Tbilisi

0193
Georgia

Telephone+995 32 333814
Facsimile+995 32 332867
Emailavtokor@ig.acnet.ge
Administration 
Collating centreIv.Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Centre of Relations with UNESCO Oceanological Research Centre and GeoDNA (UNESCO)
Local identifier39011010
Global identifier1865
Last revised2009-01-20