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Title: Balloon-Borne Measurements of Stratospheric Radicals and their Precursors: Implications for the Production and Loss of Ozone
Authors: Osterman, G. B.
Salawitch, R. J.
Sen, B.
Stachnik, R. A.
Pickett, H. M.
Toon, G. C.
Margitan, J. J.
Blavier, J.-F.
Peterson, D. B.
Issue Date: 1996
Abstract: Measurements of hydrogen, nitrogen and chlorine radicals from a balloon flight on 25 September 1993 from Ft. Sumner, NM provide an opportunity to quantify photochemical production and loss of ozone. Ozone loss rates determined using radical concentrations agree fairly well with rates calculated using a constrained photochemical model.
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