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, Volume 476, Issue 1, pp 1084–1088 | Cite as

Long-period variability of oxygen dissolved in Black Sea waters

Oceanology
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Abstract

Using an archival database from the Institute of Natural and Technical Systems, the low-frequency variability of oxygen dissolved in the deep-water and northwestern parts of the Black Sea for the period of 1955–2004 is analyzed. The upper mixed layer (UML) is characterized by quasi-periodic variability in the dissolved oxygen concentration in the interdecadal scale. Deeper, a long-term decrease in the oxygen concentration is recorded.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Institute of Natural and Technical SystemsSevastopolRussia

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