Dehydration and denitrification in the Arctic polar vortex during the 1995-1996 winter
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Dehydration of more than 0.5 ppmv water was observed between 18 and 19 km (0~450~465 K) at the edge of the Arctic polar vortex on February 1, 1996. More than half the reactive nitrogen (NOy) had also been removed, with layers of enhanced NOy at lower altitudes...
Geophys. Res. Letts., 25, 501-504.
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