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Research Article

Studying Summer Season Drought in Western Russia

Table 3

As in Table 2 except for randomly chosen summers in the Moscow region.

YearENSO transBlocking eventsDaysIntensitySpring precipitation (mm)Summer Precipitation (mm)Annual Precipitation (mm)

1978Neu–Neu3/025/03.38/NA213.0262.0788.2
1984Neu–Neu6/148/72.65/1.6785.6157.8486.4
1990Neu–Neu5/339/222.34/1.71172.7165.8635.6
1995Neu–Neu3/134/122.79/2.07165.563.1421.0
2000Neu–Neu3/124/141.43/1.14148.1160.3506.9
2004Neu–Neu4/464/642.43/2.43184.2113.6540.9

Average4.0/1.739/202.51/1.97161.5153.8563.2

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