South-Eastern Baltic Sea

The Role of Meteorological Conditions in the Formation of the Eolian Forms of the Curonian Spit (South-Eastern Baltic Sea)

The influence of certain meteorological conditions on the conditions and speed of the eolian processes on the Curonian Spit (the southeastern part of the Baltic Sea) is considered. It is shown that the wind conditions are the most influential, especially in the autumn-winter period. The limiting factor is the amount of precipitation. Temperature conditions and relative humidity are not an obstacle for the processes under consideration.