High-latitude ozone loss outside the Antarctic ozone hole

@article{Proffitt1989HighlatitudeOL,
  title={High-latitude ozone loss outside the Antarctic ozone hole},
  author={Michael Proffitt and David W. Fahey and K. K. Kelly and Adrian F. Tuck},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1989},
  volume={342},
  pages={233-237}
}
Data taken during the 1987 Antarctic Airborne Ozone Experiment based in Punta Arenas, Chile, are used to show that from mid-August until the end of the mission in late September there was a high-latitude ozone loss outside the Antarctic ozone hole. Therefore, not only is the geographic extent of the ozone loss larger than that generally identified as chemically perturbed, but ozone is lost earlier in the year than previously reported. These results, when compared with long-term temporal trends… CONTINUE READING