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The record large 2006 Antarctic ozone hole
Title: The record large 2006 Antarctic ozone hole
Authors: Braathen, GeirVan der A, R.Vik, A. FahreKlekociuk, AndrewGelman, M.Long, CraigOltmans, Samuel J.Johnson, BryanEvans, RobertGoutail, FlorenceMarchand, MarionManney, Gloria L.McPeters, RichardNewman, Paul A.Nash, E.Shudo, Y.Shanklin, JonathanNichol, SylviaOcampo, M.Ginzburg, M.Ciattaglia, LuigiHertzog, AlbertBernhard, GermarMcKenzie, Richard LloydYela González, MargaritaGathen, Peter von derRedondas, Alberto ORCID RESEARCHERID Autor AEMETZhang, Xiaoye
Keywords: Ozone hole; Ozone column; Measurements
Issue Date: Apr-2007
Citation: EGU General Assembly (2007)
Abstract: The Antarctic ozone hole of 2006 was unusually large. Several parameters used to measure the extent of ozone destruction and ozone hole severity set new records in 2006. Several ground-based stations measured record low total ozone column amounts. Ozonesonde measurements also revealed in many cases record low values of ozone in certain height intervals. The dynamics of the 2006 ozone hole will be described together with satellite-based measurements and calculations of ozone hole area and mass deficit. These finding will be supplemented with several examples of data from various stations in Antarctica.
Description: Póster presentado en: EGU General Assembly 2007 celebrada del 15 al 20 de abril en Viena, Austria.
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