Connection between Caspian sea level variability and ENSO

@inproceedings{Arpe2000ConnectionBC,
  title={Connection between Caspian sea level variability and ENSO},
  author={Klaus Arpe and Lennart Bengtsson and George S. Golitsyn and Igor I. Mokhov and Vladimir Alexandrovich Semenov and Petr V. Sporyshev},
  year={2000}
}
The problem of the world greatest lake. the Caspian Sea, level changes attracts the increased attention due to its environmental consequences and mfique natural characteristics. Despite the huge number of studies aimed to explain the reasons of the sea level variations the underlying mechanism has not yet been clarified. The important question is to what extent the CSL variability is linked to changes in the global climate system and to what extent it can be explained by internal natural… CONTINUE READING

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