Vol. 17, issue 08, article # 9

pdf Demin V. I., Beloglazov M. I., Elansky N. F. On relation between the surface ozone concentration and the mixing layer height. // Atmospheric and oceanic optics. 2004. V. 17. No. 08. P. 595-598.
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The variability of the surface ozone concentration (SOC) depending on some dynamic processes in the Arctic atmosphere is analyzed. The SOC measurements and aerologic sensing on Kola Peninsula, as well as INTERNET meteorological data are used. Regression dependence of maximal hourly average SOC on maximal mixing layer height (MLH) is found; the correlation coefficient is equal to 0.7. Based on the fact that MLH is different in different air masses, the features of the surface ozone dynamics due to alternation of synoptic processes are explained.