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Investigating Southern Hemisphere stratospheric ozone change and associated impacts on dynamics and climate

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Results from the Australian Community and Climate Earth-System Simulator-Chemistry Climate Model are presented. This includes model evaluation using observations over the historical period, incorporating new data from an updated Dobson Umkehr retrieval technique. We also present future projections of stratospheric ozone and related diagnostics. This then leads to the investigation of phase and amplitude changes in quasi-stationary waves identified in Southern Hemisphere stratospheric ozone.

This talk is part of the Centre for Atmospheric Science seminars, Chemistry Dept. series.

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