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The Antarctic ozone hole during 2014

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Krummel, PB and Klekociuk, AR and Tully, MB and Gies, HP and Alexander, SP and Fraser, PJ and Henderson, SI and Schofield, R and Shanklin, JD and Stone, KA, The Antarctic ozone hole during 2014, Journal of Southern Hemisphere Earth Systems Science, 69, (1) pp. 1-15. ISSN 2206-5865 (2020) [Refereed Article]


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DOI: doi:10.1071/ES19023

Abstract

We review the 2014 Antarctic ozone hole, making use of a variety of groundbased and space-based measurements of ozone and ultra-violet radiation, supplemented by meteorological reanalyses. While the polar vortex was relatively stable in 2014 and persisted some weeks longer into November than was the case in 2012 or 2013, the vortex temperature was close to the long-term mean in September and October with modest warming events occurring in both months, preventing severe depletion from taking place. Of the seven metrics reported here, all were close to their respective median values of the 1979-2014 record, being ranked between 16th and 21st of the 35 years for which adequate satellite observations exist.

Item Details

Item Type:Refereed Article
Keywords:ozone, stratosphere
Research Division:Earth Sciences
Research Group:Atmospheric sciences
Research Field:Atmospheric composition, chemistry and processes
Objective Division:Environmental Management
Objective Group:Air quality, atmosphere and weather
Objective Field:Atmospheric processes and dynamics
UTAS Author:Klekociuk, AR (Dr Andrew Klekociuk)
UTAS Author:Alexander, SP (Dr Simon Alexander)
ID Code:134274
Year Published:2020
Deposited By:CRC-Antarctic Climate & Ecosystems
Deposited On:2019-08-06
Last Modified:2021-03-16
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