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Jan.  1992

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Analytical Studies on the Variations of the Antarctic Ozone Layer


doi: 10.1007/BF02656929

  • The Antarctic ozone hole which was discovered in the mid 1980s has caused much attention from the scientists and politicians throughout the world.For the formation of the Antarctic ozone hole, most scientists believe that the man-made chemical materials such as CFCs etc. are main cause. On the other hand, the electrochemistry-dynamics theory presented by Wei (Guang Ming Daily Dec. 11, 1990) two years ago has also caused some attention.In the paper the data of ozone, solar activity meteorology over Antarctica have been used for statistical analyti-cal studies. Our results present some new evidence to support Wei's theory. However the influence of the human activ-ities can never be slighted.
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Manuscript received: 10 January 1992
Manuscript revised: 10 January 1992
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Analytical Studies on the Variations of the Antarctic Ozone Layer

  • 1. Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Academia Sinica, Beijing 100029

Abstract: The Antarctic ozone hole which was discovered in the mid 1980s has caused much attention from the scientists and politicians throughout the world.For the formation of the Antarctic ozone hole, most scientists believe that the man-made chemical materials such as CFCs etc. are main cause. On the other hand, the electrochemistry-dynamics theory presented by Wei (Guang Ming Daily Dec. 11, 1990) two years ago has also caused some attention.In the paper the data of ozone, solar activity meteorology over Antarctica have been used for statistical analyti-cal studies. Our results present some new evidence to support Wei's theory. However the influence of the human activ-ities can never be slighted.

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