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 AJCC  Vol.10 No.4 , December 2021
Study of Surface Ozone over an American Station for a Period of 3.5 Decade
Abstract: In this research paper we have evaluated the relation between surface Ozone (O3), Sun Spot Number (SSN) and Carbon Monoxide (CO) over an American station “Tutuila” for the long period of 35 years (1980-2015). It was analyzed that CO and O3 show an increasing trend over the maximum months of the year, whereas SSN shows decreasing trend throughout the year. We have concluded that, for O3 the increasing trend is found to be maximum in the month of December, whereas surprisingly just a month before it i.e., in November, the value was negative. We also analyze here the CO data for the same period. It is observed that the CO increases from January to June. Its increment is found to be minimum in January month and maximum in the month of April. After it, the CO shows the decay trend from July to September, and then again increases from October to December months. NO2 data of 11 years is also studied here and concluded that, the variation observed in March month is very small and is positive. In the same way, a positive trend is observed for NO2 data in June month, but in rest all the months the value is negative.
Cite this paper: Jaitawat, N. , Saraswat, V. and Rathore, N. (2021) Study of Surface Ozone over an American Station for a Period of 3.5 Decade. American Journal of Climate Change, 10, 422-432. doi: 10.4236/ajcc.2021.104022.
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