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《中国科学B辑(英文版)》 1991-01
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ON THE FORMATION OF THE ANTARCTIC OZONE HOLE AND ITS TREND PREDICTIONS

WEI DING-WEN Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Academia Sinica, Beijing 100080, PRC  
The relationships between the solar activities and a great amount of O_3 data have been analysed in more detail. We find that there are "sensitive areas" and "non-sensitive areas" existing in the total ozone responding to the influence of the 11- year solar cycle. Especially, the responses are stronger in the higher latitudes and the winter- spring period than that in the lower latitudes and the summer- autumn period. Accordingly, in addition to the Chapman process, which is the main one, there should be a secondary process for controlling the stratospheric ozone layer. Therefore, we also present a new viewpoint of the formation of the Antarctic ozone hole and predict its trend in the future years.
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