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Title: Evolution of HCI Concentrations in the Lower Stratosphere from 1991 to 1996 Following the Eruption of Mt. Pinatubo
Authors: Webster, C. R.
May, R. D.
Michelsen, H. A.
Scott, D. C.
Wilson, J. C.
Jonsson, H. H.
Brock, C. A.
Dye, J. E.
Baumgardner, D.
Stimpfle, R. M.
Koplow, J. P.
Margitan, J. J.
Proffitt, M. H.
Jaegle', L.
Herman, R. L.
Hu, H.
Flesch, G. J.
Loewenstein, M.
Issue Date: 1997
Citation: none given
Abstract: In situ measurements of hydrochloric acid (HCI) concentrations in the lower stratosphere from 1991 to 1996 reveal that its abundance relative to that of total inorganic chlorine (CIy) has evolved upwards from HCI/CIy=40% in late 1991 to 70% in 1996.
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