Paul-Philipp Post

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Bromine monoxide plays an important role in the chemistry of the polar atmosphere because of its high efficiency as a catalyst of the ozone destruction in both the stratosphere and the troposphere. In the polar boundary layer, large cyclic emissions are observed every year at spring (the so-called "bromine explosion" phenomenon), which are responsible for(More)
Applicability of the random walk type models to represent the temporal variability of various atmospheric temperature series has been successfully demonstrated recently (e.g. Kärner, 2002). Main problem in the temperature modeling is connected to the scale break in the generally self similar air temperature anomaly series (Kärner, 2005). The break separates(More)
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