Ozone Content over the Russian Federation in the Second Quarter of 2018
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The review is compiled on the basis of the results of the operation of the total ozone (TO) monitoring in Russia and adjoining territories that functions in the operational mode at the Central Aerological Observatory (CAO). The monitoring system uses data from the national network equipped with M-124 filter ozonometers being under the methodological supervision of the Main Geophysical Observatory. The quality of the functioning of the entire system is operationally controlled based on the OMI satellite equipment observations (NASA, USA). Basic TO observation data are generalized for each month of the second quarter of 2018 and for the second quarter. The data of routine observations of surface ozone values in the Moscow region and Crimea are also considered.
KeywordsTotal ozone monitoring in CIS total ozone anomaly in the second quarter of 2018
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