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This article is from the Ozone Depletion: The Antarctic Ozone Hole FAQ, by Robert Parson rparson@spot.colorado.edu with numerous contributions by others.

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[AASE] Papers resulting from the Second Airborne Arctic Stratosphere
Expedition, published in _Science_ _261_, 1128-1157, 27 Aug. 1993.

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and R. A. Plumb, "Evidence of the mid-latitude impact of Antarctic
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[Austin et al.] J. Austin, N. Butchart, and K. P. Shine,
"Possibility of an Arctic ozone hole in a doubled-CO2 climate",
_Nature_ _360_, 221, 1992.

[Cicerone et al. 1991] R. Cicerone, S. Elliot, and R. Turco,
"Reduced Antarctic Ozone Depletions in a Model with Hydrocarbon
Injections", _Science_ _254_, 1191, 1991.

[Cicerone et al. 1992] R. Cicerone, S. Elliot, and R. Turco,
"Global Environmental Engineering", _Nature_ _356_, 472, 1992.

[Crutzen and Arnold] P. J. Crutzen and F. Arnold, "Nitric acid
cloud formation in the cold Antarctic stratosphere: a major cause
for the springtime 'ozone hole'", _Nature_ _324_, 651, 1986.

[Dobson 1968a] G. M. B. Dobson, _Exploring the Atmosphere_,
2nd Edition, Oxford, 1968.

[Dobson 1968b] G. M. B. Dobson, "Forty Years' research on atmospheric
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[Farman et al.] J. C. Farman, B. G. Gardiner, and J. D. Shanklin,
"Large losses of total ozone in Antarctica reveal seasonal ClOx/NOx
interaction", _Nature_ _315_, 207, 1985.

[Frederick and Alberts] J. Frederick and A. Alberts, "Prolonged
enhancement in surface ultraviolet radiation during the Antarctic
spring of 1990", _Geophys. Res. Lett._ _18_, 1869, 1991.

[Gleason et al.] J. Gleason, P. Bhatia, J. Herman, R. McPeters, P.
Newman, R. Stolarski, L. Flynn, G. Labow, D. Larko, C. Seftor, C.
Wellemeyer, W. Komhyr, A. Miller, and W. Planet, "Record Low Global
Ozone in 1992", _Science_ _260_, 523, 1993.

[Hofmann et al. 1994] D. J. Hofmann, S. J. Oltmans, J. A. Lathrop,
J. M. Harris, and H. Vomel, "Record low ozone at the South Pole in
the Spring of 1993", _Geophys. Res. Lett._ _21_, 421, 1994.

[Hofmann et al. 1995] D. J. Hofmann, S. J. Oltmans, B. J. Johnson,
J. A. Lathrop, J. M. Harris, and H. Vomel, "Recovery of ozone in the
lower stratosphere at the South Pole during the spring of 1994",
_Geophys. Res. Lett._ _22_, 2493, 1995.

 

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