Earth  ID: 2942

TOMS Ozone Holds Key to Ozone Trends (with Dates)

Chemicals and transport process have led to changes in the stratospheric ozone. Scientists need measurements of many different chemical species to puzzle out the observed changes. Aura data will improve our capability to predict ozone changes and help untangle the roles of transport and chemistry in determining ozone trends. This sequence starts with the actual size of our thin fragile part of our atmosphere that carries ozone. Then, the atmosphere is magnified. Inside, is a dynamic and active system of chemicals that moves ozone throughout our atmosphere.

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Stuart A. Snodgrass (GST): Lead Animator
Greg Shirah (NASA/GSFC): Animator
Mark Schoeberl (NASA/GSFC): Scientist
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Data Used:
Model data derived from TOMS and ozone
1990/01/01 - 1990/12/30
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