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Title: Quantifying denitrification and its effects on ozone recovery
Authors: Tabazadeh, A.
Santee, M. L.
Danilin, M. Y.
Pumphrey, H. C.
Newman, P. A.
Hamill, P. J.
Mergenthaler, J. L.
Issue Date: 26-May-2000
Citation: Science, vol. 288 no. 5470 pp. 1407-1411
Moffett Field, CA USA
Abstract: Atmosphere Research Satellite observations indicate that extensive denitrification without significant dehydration currently occurs only in the Antarctic during mid to late June.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/14331
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