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A 2003 stratospheric aerosol extinction and PSC climatology from GOMOS measurements on Envisat

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Jean-Loup Bertaux
Alain Hauchecorne
R. Fraisse
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Abstract

Stratospheric aerosols play an important role in a number of atmospheric issues such as midlatitude ozone depletion, atmospheric dynamics and the Earth radiative budget. Polar stratospheric clouds on the other hand are a crucial factor in the yearly Arctic 5 and Antarctic ozone depletion. It is therefore important to quantify the stratospheric aerosol/PSC abundance. In orbit since March 2002, the GOMOS instrument onboard the European Envisat satellite has provided a vast aerosol extinction data set. In this paper we present an aerosol/PSC climatology that was constructed from this data set, together with a discussion of the results.
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hal-00327823 , version 1 (16-02-2005)

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F. Vanhellemont, D. Fussen, C. Bingen, E. Kyrölä, J. Tamminen, et al.. A 2003 stratospheric aerosol extinction and PSC climatology from GOMOS measurements on Envisat. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions, 2005, 5 (1), pp.863-874. ⟨hal-00327823⟩
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