1 edition of Nimbus-7 TOMS Antarctic Ozone Atlas, August through November 1989 found in the catalog.
Nimbus-7 TOMS Antarctic Ozone Atlas, August through November 1989
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Office of Management, Scientific and Technical Information Division in Washington, D.C
Written in English
|Statement||Arlin J. Krueger ... [et al.].|
|Series||NASA reference publication ;, 1237|
|Contributions||Krueger, A. J.|
|LC Classifications||QC879.73.A55 N56 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 173 p. :|
|Number of Pages||173|
|LC Control Number||90601602|
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Data from the period to is examined. The only ozone data which spans this period is the Dobson total ozone data from the South Pole. The data considered is the average from mid October through November. The 50 mb zonal wind at Singapore is taken as a measure of the QBO. A large area of intense stratospheric ozone depletion over the Antarctic continent that typically occurs annually between late August and early October, and generally ends in mid-November. This severe ozone thinning has increased conspicuously since the late seven-ties and early eighties. This phenomenon is the result of chemical mechanisms.
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Get this from a library. Nimbus-7 TOMS Antarctic Ozone Atlas, August through November [A J Krueger;]. Nimbus-7 TOMS Antarctic ozone atlas: August through November, hole was monitored using data from the Nimbus-7 Total Ozone Mapping Spectrometer (TOMS) instrument, produced in.
Nimbus-7 TOMS Antarctic ozone atlas: August through November, orthographic projections of the TOMS total ozone measurements over the Southern Hemisphere for the period August 1 through Novem The ozone hole developed in a manner similar to that ofreaching a comparable depth in early October. Nimbus-7 Total Ozone Mapping Spectrometer (TOMS) Antarctic ozone atlas: August through November Article (PDF Available) September with 64 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
This atlas provides a complete set of daily polar orthographic projections of the TOMS total ozone measurements over the Southern Hemisphere for the period August 1 through Novem The ozone hole developed in a manner similar to that of the, and holes, reaching a comparable depth in early October.
Nimbus-7 TOMS Antarctic Ozone Atlas: August Through November Arlin J. Krueger Goddard Space Flight Center Greenbelt, Maryland Lanning M. Penn and David E.
Larko Research and Data Systems Greenbelt, Maryland Scott D. Doiron and Patricia T. This Atlas provides a complete set of daily polar orthographic projections of the TOMS total ozone measurements over the Southern Hemisphere for the period August August through November 1989 book through Novem Although total ozone in mini-holes briefly dropped below DU in late August, the main ozone hole is seen to be much less pronounced than in In the Total Ozone Mapping Spectrometer (TOMS) aboard the Nimbus 7 satellite observed the springtime decrease in Antarctic total ozone for the 11th consecutive year.
The minimum values of. Interim status report on results from the U.S./Russian meteor-3/total ozone mapping spectrometer [microf Nimbus-7 TOMS Antarctic ozone atlas [microform]: August through November /.
ozone hole was monitored using data from the Nimbus-7 Total Ozone Mapping Spectrometer (TOMS) instrument, produced in near-real-time. This atlas provides a complete set of daily polar orthographic projections of the TOMS total ozone measurements over the Southern Hemisphere for the period August 1 through Novem The ozone hole.
Comparison of total 03 column between the new and old climatologies indicate that the difference is generally small except during late summer and early fall in the areas of south of 70S where the new data is much smaller because of the Antarctic Ozone hole and, from May through November in low and middle latitudes where the new data is larger.
Get this from a library. Nimbus-7 TOMS Antarctic ozone atlas: August through November [Arlin J Krueger; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.;]. The ozone hole over Antarctica highlights the extent to which human activities can disrupt our environment.
Observations show that more than 50% of the ozone layer has been destroyed over the entire Antarctic region each spring in recent years (e.g., McPeters et al.
).The ozone hole leads to significant increases in surface ultraviolet radiation and, through dilution, may also affect the. In OctoberTOMS was launched aboard the Nimbus 7 satellite to provide daily maps of the global distribution of total ozone.
A typical amount of total ozone found in the atmosphere is Dobson Units (D.U.) where I D.U. x 10"' molecules of ozone cm. Approximately 90% of this ozone is located in the stratosphere (between ~15 and ~55 km).
TOMS AI  The Nimbus 7 TOMS operated from November to May After that, Meteor 3 TOMS started data acquisition in August and continued through December For these two instruments, the version 7 TOMS AI was determined for the.
the abundance of springtime Antarctic ozone over the last dec-ade. The second report, based on satellite data, was of large global-scale decreases since in both the total column con-tent of ozone and in its concentration near 50 km altitude” (NASA et al.,p.
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INDEX OF TITLES Airborne Antarctic Ozone Experiment The Nimbus-7 Toms Data Atlas 7 Antarctic measurements of ozone by SAGE II in the spring of, and 10 Antarctic ozone depletion caused by heterogeneous photolysis of halogenated hydrocarbons 8 Antarctic ozone hole: complex picture emerges 23 ARI position 51 As Ozone Is.
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ATMOSPHERIC COMPOSITION: OZONE DEPLETION AND GLOBAL POLLUTION 43 October October October October DOBSON UNITS NIMBUS 4 BUV NIMBUS 7 TOMS NIMBUS 7 TOMS NIMBUS 7 TOMS October October October October NIMBUS 7 TOMS NOAAâ 9 SBUVâ Earth Probe TOMS OMI OMI FIGURE .There are four commonly used configurations, designated A (the largest) through D (the tightest, when all the dishes are within m of the center point).
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