Seasonal variations of water vapor in the tropical lower stratosphere Public Deposited

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  • Measurements of stratospheric water vapor by the Microwave Limb Sounder aboard the Upper Atmosphere Research Satellite show that in the tropical lower stratosphere, low-frequency variations are closely related to the annual cycle in tropical tropopause temperatures. Tropical stratospheric air appears to retain information about the tropopause conditions it encountered for over a year as it rises through the stratosphere. We use a two-dimensional Lagrangian model to relate MLS measurements to the temperature that tropical air parcels encountered when crossing the 100 hPa surface.
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  • Mote, P. W., Rosenlof, K. H., Holton, J. R., Harwood, R. S., & Waters, J. W. (1995). Seasonal variations of water vapor in the tropical lower stratosphere. Geophysical Research Letters, 22(9), 1093-1096.
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  • Vol. 22 (1995)
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