Ukrainian Navy Continues Hydrographic Expedition in Black and Azov Seas

The Ukrainian Navy continue the scheduled survey of the hydrological and hydrometeorological conditions of Black and Azov Seas.

The special vessel Pereyaslav with a group of navigational and hydrographic and hydrometeorological support has put out to sea for the second hydrogeographical expedition in this year. It is aimed at clarification of navigational and hydrographic and hydrometeorological situation, survey of hydrological (hydrometeorological) conditions of the North-West area of the Black Sea, Feodosia Gulf of the Black Sea and Taganrog Gulf of the Azov Sea. Thus, the Ukrainian sailors will complete the first hydrographical expedition in the Azov Sea.

The expedition main tasks are to conduct hydrographical works in the coastal zone, define the real state and the mode of operation of the navigational equipment, accomplish the special hydrological survey, measure the route depth, monitor the hydrometeorological situation, take samples of the ground in the area of hydrographical works. Some works will be accomplished in cooperation with the specialists of the Naval Hydrophysical Institute of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.

The expedition will last until the end of November.

Press Release, November 18, 2013


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