To study the evolutions of total ozone content in southern polar regions, some
groundbased measurements were carried out in 2 sites.
1 - Ushuaia (Tierra del Fuego, Argentina)
2 - Belgrano II (Antarctica)
The Italian PNRA (National Research Program in Antarctica) began
continuous atmospheric carbon dioxide measurements at Jubany in
1994. The laboratory at Jubany Station is operated year-round by the ...
The location of the Belgrano Station in the auroral zone facilitates
the observation of auroral activity and its correlation with other
geophysical events. The data was acquired continuously through ...
Formation and evolution of the ozone hole are studied by using
information obtained at the Belgrano, Marambio Stations and Ushuaia
city, Tierra Del Fuego, Argentina. Brewer, Dobson and EVA
Continuous and seasonal variations in the level of carbon dioxide
(CO2) in the atmosphere is determined at Jubany Station, Antarctica
using a nondispersive infrared gas analyzer (NDIR). In addition, ...