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    • No robust evidence of future changes in major stratospheric sudden warmings: a multi-model assessment from CCMI 

      Ayarzaguena B; Polvani LM; Langematz U; Akiyoshi H; Bekki S; Butchart N; Dameris M; Deushi M; Hardiman SC; Jockel P; Klekociuk A; Marchand M; Michou M; Morgenstern O; O'Connor F; Oman LD; Plummer DA; Revell LE; Rozanov E; Saint-Martin D; Scinocca J; Stenke A; Stone K; Yamashita Y; Yoshida K; Zeng G (2018)
      Major mid-winter stratospheric sudden warmings (SSWs) are the largest instance of wintertime variability in the Arctic stratosphere. Because SSWs are able to cause significant surface weather anomalies on intra-season ...
    • Stratospheric ozone loss over the Eurasian continent induced by the polar vortex shift 

      Zhang J; Tian W; Xie F; Chipperfield M; Feng W; Son S-W; Abraham NL; Archibald AT; Bekki S; Butchart N; Deushi M; Dhomse S; Han Y; Jöckel P; Kinnison D; Kirner O; Michou M; Morgenstern O; O'Connor F; Pitari G; Plummer D; Revell LE; Rozanov E; Visioni D; Wang W; Zeng G (2018)
      The Montreal Protocol has succeeded in limiting major ozone-depleting substance emissions, and consequently stratospheric ozone concentrations are expected to recover this century. However, there is a large uncertainty ...