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|Title: ||The remarkable 2003––2004 winter and other recent warm winters in the Arctic stratosphere since the late 1990s|
|Authors: ||Manney, Gloria L.|
Sabutis, Joseph L.
Sena, Sara Amina
|Keywords: ||climate change|
|Issue Date: ||25-Feb-2005 |
|Publisher: ||American Geophysical Union|
|Citation: ||Journal of Geophysical Research, VOL. 110, D04107, doi:10.1029/2004JD005367. 2005|
|Abstract: ||The 2003–2004 Arctic winter was remarkable in the ~50-year record of meteorological analyses. A major warming beginning in early January 2004 led to nearly 2 months of vortex disruption with high-latitude easterlies in the middle to lower stratosphere. The upper stratospheric vortex broke up in late December, but began to recover by early January, and in February and March was the strongest since regular observations began in 1979. The lower stratospheric vortex broke up in late January. Comparison with 2 previous years, 1984–1985 and 1986–1987, with prolonged midwinter warming periods shows unique characteristics of the 2003–2004 warming period: The length of the vortex disruption, the strong and rapid recovery in the upper stratosphere, and the slow progression of the warming from upper to lower stratosphere.|
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