Vol. 33, issue 01, article # 8

Kruchenitskii G.M., Statnikov K.A. Seasonal and long-term variability of the zonally averaged fields of TOC. // Optika Atmosfery i Okeana. 2020. V. 33. No. 01. P. 56–61 [in Russian].
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Abstract:

Zonal averaged fields of seasonal and long-term variability of the total ozone content (TOC), including polar regions, are investigated. It is shown that the long-term variability of all these series (with a spatial resolution of 3° latitude) is reduced to a parametric resonance with the lowest of the tidal oscillation frequencies (period of 18.6 years). After excluding this effect, series trends for all latitudinal zones become vanishingly small (having different signs) and statistically insignificant. The results are completely incompatible with the anthropogenic version of ozone depletion. It is stated that the phenomenon of parametric resonance is also observed in the lithosphere as applied to global tectonic activity.

Keywords:

ozone, seasonal and long-term variability, trends, tidal fluctuations, parametric resonance

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