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Title: Subsidence, Mixing and Denitrification of Arctic Polar Vortex Air Measured During POLARIS
Authors: Rex, M.
Salawitch, R.
Toon, G.
Sen, B.
Margitan, J.
Osterman, G.
Blavier, J. F.
Gao, R.
Donnelly, S.
Keim, E.
Neuman, J.
Fahey, D.
Webster, C.
Scott, D.
Herman, R.
May, R.
Moyer, E.
Gunson, M.
Irion, F.
Chang, A.
Rinsland, C.
Bui, T.
Issue Date: Jan-1999
Citation: Journal of Geophysical Research
USA
Abstract: A new technique is presented to determine the degree of denitrification that occured during the 1996/97 Arctic winter, based on balloon and aircraft borne measurements of NOy, N2O and CH4. In this study high-altitude balloon measurements are used to define the properties of air masses that later descend in the polar vortex to altitudes sampled by the ER-2 aircraft and mix isentropically with mid-latitude air.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/16853
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