Relationships between Brewer-Dobson circulation, double tropopauses, ozone and stratospheric water vapour

@article{Castanheira2012RelationshipsBB,
  title={Relationships between Brewer-Dobson circulation, double tropopauses, ozone and stratospheric water vapour},
  author={J. Castanheira and T. R. Peevey and Carlos Marques and M. Olsen},
  journal={Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics},
  year={2012},
  volume={12},
  pages={10195-10208}
}
  • J. Castanheira, T. R. Peevey, +1 author M. Olsen
  • Published 2012
  • Environmental Science
  • Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics
  • Abstract. Statistical relationships between the variability of the area covered by double tropopause events (DTs), the strength of the tropical upwelling, the total column ozone and of the lower stratospheric water vapour are analyzed. The QBO and ENSO signals in the double tropopause and tropical upwelling as well as their influence on the statistical relationships are also presented. The analysis is based on both reanalysed data (ERA-Interim) and satellite data. Significant anticorrelations… CONTINUE READING
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