Vol. 11, issue 05, article # 10

pdf Ivlev L. S., Davydova-Martinez V. I., Vargas O. A., Martinez A. Variability of aerosol, ozone, and sulfur dioxide characteristics in the surface layer on earthquake in West Mexico. // Atmospheric and oceanic optics. 1998. V. 11. No. 05. P. 428-431.
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Variability of UV solar radiation, ozone and sulfur dioxide concentration, dispersivity, and element composition of aerosols were studied in the surface layer of the atmosphere in Guadalajara, West Mexico, before and during the earthquake on the 9th of October, 1995. We have detected anomalies in diurnal behavior and intensity of UV radiation, concentration of ozone, sulfur dioxide, and aerosols, as well as element composition of aerosols just before the earthquake and during it.