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Title: Chlorine Chemistry of the Lower Stratosphere: Aircraft (ALIAS, ER-2) and Balloon (BLISSs) In-Situ Measurements of HC1,NO<sub>2</sub>, andN<sub>2</sub>O for Testing Heterogeneous Chemistry
Authors: Webster, C.
May, R.
Jaegle, L.
Hu, H.
Scott, D.
Stimpfle, R.
Salawitch, R.
Fahey, D.
Woodbridge, E.
Proffitt, M.
Margitan, J.
Issue Date: 5-Dec-1994
Citation: AGU Fall 94
San Francisco, California, USA
Abstract: Stratospheric concentrations of HC1 measured in the northern hemisphere from the ER-2 aircraft are significantly lower than model predictions using both gas phase and heterogeneous chemistry, but measurements in the southern hemisphere are in much better agreement.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/33400
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