Climatic conditions of the human life in the northern margins of Siberia View Full Text


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DATE

2015-07

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L. B. Bashalkhanova, E. V. Maksyutova

ABSTRACT

An analysis is made of the background climatic conditions of the human life in the northern margins of Siberia. It is shown that the formation of a severe and an extremely severe levels of discomfort is associated with a combination of the intensity and duration of effects of meteoparameters on humans. The characteristics of air temperature fluctuations for the last several decades are considered. Within the period 1981‒2010, the monthly air temperature fluctuations and the mean numbers of days with daily mean air temperatures for different ranges of variation have a complicated spatiotemporal structure. Most of the significant variations are recorded at periods with low temperatures at island stations located above 79° N (Vize and Golomyannyi). Comparison of the number of days with temperatures below‒30°C for 1981‒2010 with background values revealed their marked decrease (by as much as 17%). Deviations of the number of days with temperatures below‒25°C remain in the range of long-term values. On the territory of the western sector, the higher mean monthly temperatures are smoothed out by the influence of wind regime: the Arnoldi weather severity index remains high from December to March. More... »

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271-277

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Geography and Natural Resources

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3

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36

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