Russian Meteorology and Hydrology
The journal Russian Meteorology and Hydrology provides comprehensive coverage of meteorological and hydrological research throughout the former Soviet Union. Coverage includes weather forecasting; climate changes, global and regional; weather modification; ocean hydrodynamics and sea-level fluctuations; wind patterns, storms and hurricanes; agrometeorological conditions and crop yields; environmental pollution; hydrometeorological observation instruments; atmospheric turbulence and flight safety; ionospheric studies; geomagnetic activity; arctic and antarctic research; river runoff; satellite flood mapping, and the ozone layer and greenhouse gases. Russian Meteorology and Hydrology is published under the auspices of the Russian Federal Service for Hydrometeorology and Environmental Monitoring, and edited by Yu. A. Izrael, known internationally for his work on radioactive fallout.
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Summertime warming in the European part of Russia and extreme heat in 2010 as manifestation of large-scale atmospheric circulation trends in the late 20th–early 21st centuries
V. V. Popova (March 2014)
O. G. Natishvili (March 2014)
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