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ISSN: 2157-7617

Journal of Earth Science & Climatic Change
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Gridded data set for climate change assessment in Georgia

2nd International Conference on Earth Science & Climate Change

Marika Tatishvili, Elizbar Elizbarashvili, Mariam Elizbarashvili, Ramaz Meskhia and Shalva Elizbarashvili

Accepted Abstracts: J Earth Sci Climate Change

DOI: 10.4172/2157-7617.S1.011

Abstract
B ased on the monthly mean precipitation and temperature gridded data set 1936-2008 period it was ascertained that temperature and precipitation change have heterogeneous nature for Georgian territory. The warming and cooling centers have been detected in west as well as in east parts of Georgia. Warming and cooling regions and centers have been maintained in some months and have seasonal character. For whole Georgian climatic system the multiyear variation of mean temperature doesn?t occur. The highest temperature background has been fixed in 1966 and was equal to 11.8?C that corresponds to the period of solar maximum activity. After 2002, Georgian climatic system mean temperature did not exceed 10.5?C. The precipitation change nature has heterogeneous nature too and was maintained in warm and cool periods of year. The highest precipitation level has been fixed in 1963 that corresponds to the atmosphere meridian circulation period. The lowest level has been fixed in 2000 and was 830 mm.
Biography
Marika Tatishvili is the author of more than 45 scientific articles. Her specialty is theoretical physics. In 2006, she has rewarded Doctors degree in Physics and Mathematics. Her interests are cloud physics, meteorology , quantum physics and climate change.
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