Том 21, номер 07, статья № 6

Белан Б.Д. Тропосферный озон. 3. Содержание озона в тропосфере. Механизмы и факторы, его определяющие. // Оптика атмосферы и океана. 2008. Т. 21. № 07. С. 600-618.
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Аннотация:

Обзор посвящен оценкам содержания озона в тропосфере и анализу механизмов, его определяющих. Обсуждаются факторы, участвующие в процессах образования и стока озона в тропосфере. Рассмотрены вопросы фотохимического образования озона в чистых условиях и при фотохимических смогах и другие фотохимические источники озона, а также образование озона при молниевых разрядах, поступление озона из стратосферы в тропосферу и ионный цикл.

Ключевые слова:

атмосфера, озон, тропосфера, фотохимический смог, стратосфера, ионный, обмен, перенос, генерация

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