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Record #101610:

The role of cyclones in the daily variability of Antarctic ozone / I. Orlanski, M. Marino, C. Menendez, J. Katzfey.

Title: The role of cyclones in the daily variability of Antarctic ozone / I. Orlanski, M. Marino, C. Menendez, J. Katzfey.
Author(s): Orlanski, I.
Marino, M.
Menendez, C.
Katzfey, J.
Date: 1989.
Publisher: Boston, MA: American Meteorological Society
In: Third International Conference on Southern Hemisphere Meteorology & Oceanography. November 13-17, 1989, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Extended abstracts. (1989.),
Abstract: Presents evidence based on 1987 data that cyclonic activity in periphery of Antarctic may expand low ozone area over polar regions in sub-polar latitudes by transporting ozone to mid-latitudes.
Notes:

In: Third International Conference on Southern Hemisphere Meteorology & Oceanography. November 13-17, 1989, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Extended abstracts / American Meteorological Society, sponsor.

Keywords: 546.214 -- Ozone.
551.5 -- Meteorology.
551.510.4 -- Atmosphere, composition.
551.510.534 -- Ozone layer.
551.513 -- Atmosphere, general circulation.
551.515.1 -- Polar lows and extratropical cyclones.
D -- Atmospheric sciences.
(*7) -- Antarctic regions.
SPRI record no.: 101610

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