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Elizbarashvili E.S.,Georgian Academy of Sciences | Elizbarashvili E.S.,Telavi State University | Varazanashvili O.S.,Institute of Geophysics | Elizbarashvili M.E.,Tbilisi State University | Tsereteli N.S.,Institute of Geophysics
Russian Meteorology and Hydrology | Year: 2011

On the observation data of 30 meteorological stations in Georgia during 1961-2008, occurrence frequency and dynamics are studied of the most hazardous light frosts registered during the freeze-free period. Occurrence frequency of minimum temperature during light frosts is studied along with the light frost areas. Dynamics of light frost occurrence frequency in the 20th century is considered. © 2011 Allerton Press, Inc. Source


Elizbarashvili E.S.,Telavi State University | Elizbarashvili E.S.,Georgian Technical University | Varazanashvili O.S.,Georgian Technical University | Tsereteli N.S.,Nodia Institute of Geophysics | And 2 more authors.
Russian Meteorology and Hydrology | Year: 2012

The statistical structure of dangerous fogs with the visibility of less than 50 m is studied using the observation data of 50 meteorological stations in Georgia for the period of 1961-2006. The contribution of dangerous fogs to the total number of foggy days is estimated. The number of days with dangerous fogs and their duration in different regions of the country are determined and the empirical functions of their distribution, sizes of areas of their expansion, temperature regime, and peculiarities of annual variations are studied. © 2012 Allerton Press, Inc. Source


Elizbarashvili E.S.,Telavi State University | Varazanashvili O.S.,Nodia Institute of Geophysics | Tsereteli N.S.,Nodia Institute of Geophysics | Elizbarashvili M.E.,Tbilisi State University
Russian Meteorology and Hydrology | Year: 2013

The statistical structure of hurricane winds is studied using the data of observation at 50 meteorological stations in Georgia for the period of 1961-2008. Determined are the number of days and the duration of hurricane winds in different regions of the country. Studied are the empirical functions of their distribution and the areal limits. © 2013 Allerton Press, Inc. Source


Verbetsky Y.,Andronikashvili Institute of Physics | Svanidze M.,Andronikashvili Institute of Physics | Iashvili A.,Andronikashvili Institute of Physics | Tskhadadze E.,Andronikashvili Institute of Physics | Kokorashvili D.,Telavi State University
Journal of Physics: Conference Series | Year: 2013

The GELATICA experiment in Georgia (GEorgian Large-area Angle and TIme Coincidence Array) is devoted both to the Cosmic Ray (CR) energy spectrum investigation at very high energies and possible correlations in the arrival times and directions of separate Extensive Air Showers (EAS) over large distances. The timing distributions between the consecutive EAS events observed at the remote installations in the towns of Tbilisi and Telavi are considered. The expectation time for a consecutive pair of remote random EAS events at these two installations is estimated under the condition of their timing separation being less then a tolerable propagation time of shower front between the observation points. Source


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