Study of the winter 2005 Antarctica polar vortex

@article{Lascaux2010StudyOT,
  title={Study of the winter 2005 Antarctica polar vortex},
  author={Franck Lascaux and Elena Masciadri and Susanna Hagelin and Jeff A. Stoesz},
  journal={Eas Publications Series},
  year={2010},
  volume={40},
  pages={103-105}
}
During winter and springtime, the flow above Antarctica at high altitude (upper troposphere and stratosphere) is dominated by the presence of a vortex centered above the continent. It lasts typically from August to November. This vortex is characterized by a strong cyclonic jet centered above the polar high. In a recent study of our group (Hagelin et al.  2008) of four different sites in the Antarctic internal plateau (South Pole, Dome C, Dome A and Dome F), it was made the hypothesis that the… Expand
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