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Looking for info about 2002 polar vortex rupture

  1. Dec 5, 2016 #1
    Hello everybody.

    I am currently doing some research about the evolution of ozone holes over antartica.

    I am interested in 2002's season, since strong winds from the stratosphere managed to alter the wind's clockwise circulation about the continent making it one of the weirdest recorded.

    So far I have found nothing about the origin of these winds.

    Can someone please tell me where can I find some information about them?

    Thank you very much for reading.
     
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  3. Dec 5, 2016 #2
    http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1029/2004JD005322/epdf
    NOy from Michelson Interferometer for Passive
    Atmospheric Sounding on Environmental Satellite
    during the Southern Hemisphere polar vortex split in
    September//October 2002

    This is the only paper I have on this computer. It is open-access
     
  4. Dec 5, 2016 #3

    davenn

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    so where have you tried ??

    NOAA
    NIWA
    CSIRO
     
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  6. Dec 6, 2016 #5
    Thank you very much. I think I will be able to write more thanks to this.


    On the internet; I am not suposed to use more than the text given by mi professor, it's title is twenty questions and anwsers about the ozone layer: 2010 update. The authors are David Fahey and Michaela Hegglin.

    I want to add more information to my report; the best I have found so far is this:

    http://chem.libretexts.org/Core/Phy...tudies:_Kinetics/Depletion_of_the_Ozone_Layer

    But it hasn't any information abou the origin of the winds.
     
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