Eduardo Quel, Elian Wolfram, Lidia Otero, Jacobo Salvador, Juan Pallotta, Raúl D´Elía and Marcelo Raponi
South American scientists are using lidar technology to measure stratospheric ozone, water vapor and aerosols in Argentine Patagonia. Their work is helping to monitor global climate change, and has led to the development of a method for alerting local populations to the presence of the ozone hole.
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Publish Date: 01 October 2007
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