By Petar Beron, Alexi Popov
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It is the high coefficient of rainfall drainage that predetermines the apparent differences in comparison with all the remaining mountain regions, including Rila and Pirin, where irrespective of the substantial total precipitation (790 mm on the average), owing to their high altitude, the runoff constitutes 51% of the precipitation. The rain water draining, with insignificant losses due to evaporation and infiltration, is favoured in the Eastern Rhodopes by the fact that most of the precipitation falls during the cold half-year period, when the temperatures are low and when there is excess of moisture in the land surface.
The initial plane, which is well developed in the western high-rising part of the massif, decreases in height towards the eastern periphery of the Rhodope Meso-Domed Structure in a flexure-like manner from 1000-1200 m on the Zhalti Dyal ridges down to 300 m in the proximity of Kardjali. It precedes the formation of the Eocene-Oligocene volcanic superstructure and is occasionally fossilized (VAPTSAROV, 1997). The same 30 M. YORDANOVA plane is comparatively well preserved on the ridges from the southern orographic margin, where it cuts into the crystalline rocks.
Except for the Struma River Valley, south of Kresnenski Gorge, and the Southern Black Sea Coast, the Eastern Rhodopes have the warmest winter in the country - warmer than that of the adjacent Haskovo Hilly Step and the Maritsa River Valley, where at lower altitudes the January temperatures are lesser (Table 3), due mainly to temperature inversions in the Upper Thracian Lowland (see the stations of Dimitrovgrad, Harmanli, Haskovo and even Svilengrad and compare them with those in Ivaylovgrad and Krumovgrad).
Biodiversity of Eastern Rhodopes: (Bulgaria and Greece) by Petar Beron, Alexi Popov