Possible Correlation Between Ozone And Aitken Nuclei Counts In The Lower Stratosphere
A study is presented of a possible correlation between ozone and Aitken nuclei concentration measured between 6 km and 19 km by the instruments installed on the WB-57F aircraft. Samples were taken between 48°N and 9°S latitudes over the U.S., the Gulf of Mexico, and Central and South America between March 1974 and February 1975. A weak negative correlation between AN and ozone concentrations was found at altitudes higher than the tropical tropopause. Scattering of the signs and magnitudes of correlation coefficients was found below the tropopause. Largest variations of the coefficient values were related to the stratospheric pollution following the eruption of the Guatemalan volcano Fuego. © 1976 Birkhäuser Verlag.
J. Podzimek, "Possible Correlation Between Ozone And Aitken Nuclei Counts In The Lower Stratosphere," Pure and Applied Geophysics PAGEOPH, vol. 114, no. 6, pp. 925 - 932, Springer; Birkhäuser Verlag, Nov 1976.
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01 Nov 1976