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Volume 16, issue 6
Nat. Hazards Earth Syst. Sci., 16, 1289-1308, 2016
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Volume 16, issue 6
08 Jun 2016
Causes and systematics of inundations of the Krasnodar territory on the Russian Black Sea coast
Nikolay Alexeevsky et al.
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Inundations on the Black Sea coast of the Krasnodar territory of the Russian Federation were analysed for 1945 to 2013. Risks, hazards and damage from inundations here are some of the highest in the country. The large quantity and the extremeness of rainfall, and the intense flood regimes of the rivers are the main contributors. Additionally, anthropogenic impact such as badly planned economic activities in channels, floodplains and on river watersheds strongly enhance the effects.
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