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Lidar observations of ozone changes induced by subpolar air mass motion over Table Mountain, California (34.4°N)

Abstract : Between October 15 and November 8, 1988, the Goddard Space Flight Center mobile stratospheric lidar was in place at the (JPL) Table Mountain Facility (located at 34.4°N, 117.7°W) for the purpose of intercomparing with the JPL lidar permanently stationed at the observatory. During the course of the intercomparison both lidar systems detected a significant change in the vertical profile of ozone lasting for several days. An analysis of meteorological data available from the National Meteorological Center has shown this change to be dynamical in origin due to the transport of subpolar air over Table Mountain.
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Thomas Mcgee, Paul Newman, Richard Ferrare, David Whiteman, James Butler, et al.. Lidar observations of ozone changes induced by subpolar air mass motion over Table Mountain, California (34.4°N). Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, American Geophysical Union, 1990, 95 (D12), pp.20527-20530. ⟨10.1029/JD095iD12p20527⟩. ⟨insu-03041869⟩

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