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  WMO Arctic Ozone Bulletins

 The Secretariat of the World Meteorological Organization, in collaboration with the European Ozone Research Coordinating Unit, issues annual bulletins containing information on the development of the Arctic ozone layer over the course of each winter.  The bulletins are based on data provided by WMO Members that operate atmospheric monitoring stations in the Arctic and satellites to observe ozone and related parameters globally.

 The Secretariat of the World Meteorological Organization issues bulletins containing information on the state of the ozone layer in the Arctic and surrounding regions at roughly three week intervals from January to April. The bulletins are based on data provided by WMO Members which operate ozone monitoring stations in the Arctic region and satellites to observe ozone globally. Meteorological data and model results are also used to assess and interpret the observations.

2. WMO Arctic Ozone Bulletin No. 2, 2016

1. WMO Arctic Ozone Bulletin No. 1, 2006

  WMO Antarctic Ozone Bulletins

 The Secretariat of the World Meteorological Organization issues bulletins containing information on the state of the ozone layer in the Antarctic at roughly two week intervals from August to November. The bulletins are based on data provided by WMO Members which operate ozone monitoring stations in the southern hemisphere and satellites to observe ozone globally.

12. WMO Antarctic Bulletins, 2016

11. WMO Antarctic Bulletins, 2015

10. WMO Antarctic Bulletins, 2014

9. WMO Antarctic Bulletins, 2013

8. WMO Antarctic Bulletins, 2012

7. WMO Antarctic Bulletins, 2011

6. WMO Antarctic Bulletins, 2010

5. WMO Antarctic Bulletins, 2009

4. WMO Antarctic Bulletins, 2008

3. WMO Antarctic Bulletins, 2007

2. WMO Antarctic Bulletins, 2006

1. WMO Antarctic Bulletins, 2005

 

 

 

 




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