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Record #107128:

Airborne lidar observations in the wintertime Arctic stratosphere: ozone / E.V. Browell, and 12 others.

Title: Airborne lidar observations in the wintertime Arctic stratosphere: ozone / E.V. Browell, and 12 others.
Author(s): Browell, E. V.
Date: 1990.
In: Geophysical Research Letters. (1990.), Vol. 17(4) (1990)
Abstract: Measurements were obtained between 6 January and 15 February 1989, on 15 long-range flights into polar vortex from Sola airfield, Stavanger, Norway. Observed ozone distribution was found to indicate clearly edge of polar vortex and to be effective tracer of dynamic processes in lower stratosphere. On last two flights, large regions with reduced ozone levels were observed, decreasing by as much as 17% in centre. Concludes that this decrease was due to chemical ozone destruction.
Notes:

Geophysical Research Letters. Vol. 17(4) :325-328 (1990).

Keywords: 551.5 -- Meteorology.
551.510.532 -- Stratosphere.
551.510.534 -- Ozone layer.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
SPRI record no.: 107128

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