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Title: Effect of long-term ozone trend on night airglow intensity of Li 6708 Å at Dumdum (22.5°N, 88.5°E) and Halley Bay (76°S, 27°W)
Authors: Jana, P K
Sarkar, D
Das, P
Keywords: Ozone depletion
Airglow emission
Halley Bay
Issue Date: Oct-2008
Publisher: CSIR
Abstract: The paper presents the effect of O3 depletion on night airglow emission of Li 6708 Å line at Dumdum (22.5°N, 88.5°E), India and Halley Bay (76°S, 27°W), a British Antarctic Service Station. Calculations based on chemical kinetics show that the airglow intensity of Li 6708 Å line will also be affected due to the depletion of O3 concentration. The nature of yearly variation and seasonal variation of intensity of Li 6708 Å line for the above two stations are shown and compared. It is shown that the rate of decrease of intensity of Li 6708 Å line is comparatively more at Halley Bay due to dramatic decrease of Antarctic O3 concentration.
Page(s): 326-332
ISSN: 0367-8393
Source:IJRSP Vol.37(5) [October 2008]

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