PRECIPITAŢII EXTREME ÎN PODIŞUL DOBROGEI DE SUD ŞI ÎN SPAŢIUL LITORAL ADIACENT. STUDIU DE CAZ – PLOAIA DIN 28 AUGUST 2004
S. CHEVAL, T. BREZA, MĂDĂLINA BACIU, DIANA BOSTAN
ABSTRACT. - Extreme precipitation in the South Dobroudja Plateau and in the contiguous Black Sea shore. Case study – the rain event from August 28, 2004. The South Dobroudja Plateau lies in the southeastern part of Romania, between the Black Sea shore (E) and the Danube (W). The region is semi-arid, characterized by low precipitation (300-400 mm/year), distributed relatively uniform along the year, with a main maximum in May-July. Extreme precipitation events are likely to occur every year in any part of the region, but the rain event from August 28, 2004 was quite remarkable. It was characterized by extreme intensities and it lasted for about 12 hours, triggering significant damages in the eastern areas, particularly in the city of Constanta.
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