• Growth in stratospheric chlorine from short-lived chemicals not controlled by the Montreal Protocol 

      Hossaini, Ryan; Chipperfield, Martyn P.; Saiz-Lopez, Alfonso; Harrison, Jeremy J.; von Glasow, Roland; Sommariva, Roberto; Atlas, Elliot; Navarro, Maria A.; Montzka, Stephen A.; Feng, Wuhu; Dhomse, Sandip S.; Harth, Christina M.; Mühle, Jens; Lunder, Chris Rene; O'Doherty, Simon J.; Young, Dickon; Reimann, Stefan; Vollmer, Martin K.; Krummel, Paul B.; Bernath, Peter F. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015)
    • Recent Arctic ozone depletion: Is there an impact of climate change? 

      Pommereau, Jean-Pierre; Goutail, Florence; Pazmino, Andrea; Lefèvre, Franck; Chipperfield, Martyn P.; Feng, Wuhu; van Roozendael, Michel; Jepsen, Nis; Hansen, Georg Heinrich; Kivi, Rigel; Bognar, Kristof; Strong, Kimberly; Walker, Kaley; Kuzmichev, Alexandr; Khattatov, Slava; Sitnikova, Vera (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      After the well-reported record loss of Arctic stratospheric ozone of up to 38% in the winter 2010–2011, further large depletion of 27% occurred in the winter 2015–2016. Record low winter polar vortex temperatures, below ...
    • Recent Trends in Stratospheric Chlorine From Very Short‐Lived Substances 

      Hossaini, Ryan; Atlas, Elliot; Dhomse, Sandip S.; Chipperfield, Martyn P.; Bernath, Peter F.; Fernando, Anton M.; Mühle, Jens; Leeson, Amber A.; Montzka, Stephen A.; Feng, Wuhu; Harrison, Jeremy J.; Krummel, Paul; Vollmer, Martin K.; Reimann, Stefan; O'Doherty, Simon; Young, Dickon; Maione, Michela; Arduini, Jgor; Lunder, Chris Rene (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Very short‐lived substances (VSLS), including dichloromethane (CH2Cl2), chloroform (CHCl3), perchloroethylene (C2Cl4), and 1,2‐dichloroethane (C2H4Cl2), are a stratospheric chlorine source and therefore contribute to ozone ...