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Title: Quantifying Transport Between the Tropical and Mid-Latitude Lower Stratosphere
Authors: Volk, C.
Elkins, J.
Fahey, D.
Salawitch, R.
Dutton, G.
Gilligan, J.
Proffitt, M.
Loewenstein, M.
Podolske, J.
Minschwaner, K.
Margitan, J.
Issue Date: 1996
Abstract: Because exchange with the tropics is slower than multi-dimensional models generally assume, ozone at mid-latitudes apears to be more sensitive to elevated levels of industrial chlorine than currently predicted. Nevertheless, approximately 45% of air in the tropical ascent region at 21 km has been entrained from mid-latitudes, implying that emissions from supersonic aircraft could deplete ozone in the middle stratosphere.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/25015
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