References

References & Bibliography

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12. When the data are used in scientific publications, please refer to the following publication: TEMIS, 2015. For OMI (OMDOAO3) data: Veefkind, J.P., J.F. de Haan, E.J. Brinksma, M. Kroon and P.F. Levelt, Total Ozone from the Ozone Monitoring Instrument (OMI) Using the DOAS technique, IEEE Trans. Geo. Rem. Sens., 2006, Vol. 44, No. 5, 1239-1244, doi:10.1109/TGRS.2006.871204.

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21. Chen X, Añel JA, Su Z, de la Torre L, Kelder H, van Peet J, et al (2013)
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23.  NOAA (2010).  Why has an “ozone hole” appeared over Antarctica when ozone-depleting substances are present throughout the stratosphere?  Available URL     http://www.esrl.noaa.gov/csd/assessments/ozone/2010/twentyquestions/Q10.pdf

Additional Reading

1. The work of Susan Solomon 2015, NOAA and MIT, available.
https://eapsweb.mit.edu/people/solos

2. Kerton, A K 2009.  Climate Change and the Earth’s Magnetic Poles, A  Possible Connection, Energy & Environment, Volume 20, Numbers 1-2, January 2009, pp. 75-83 (9), Multi-Science Publishing Co. Ltd.  DOI: 10.1260/095830509787689286.  Available:  http://akk.me.uk/Climate_Change.htm

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