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Title: Subsidence, Mixing and Denitrification of Polar Vortex Air Measured During Polaris
Authors: Rex, M.
Salawitch, R.
Toon, G.
Sen, B.
Margitan, J.
Osterman, G.
Blavier, J.
Gao, R.
Del Negro, L.
Donnelly, S.
Keim, E.
Neuman, J.
Fahey, D.
Webster, C.
Scott, D.
Herman, B.
May, R.
Moyer, L.
Gunson, M.
Irion, F.
Chang, A.
Rinsland, R.
Bui, P.
Loewenstein, M.
Issue Date: 7-Dec-1998
Citation: Seminar: Subsidence, Mixing and Denitrification of Polar Vortex Air Measured During Polaris
Germany
Abstract: We use the correlation between CH***sub4*** and N***sub2***O as measured during the POLARIS campaign in spring 1997 to estimate the degree of mixing between descended air masses from the vortex and air masses from mid-latitudes.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/20755
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