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Connection Between Antarctic Ozone and Climate: Interannual Precipitation Changes in the Southern Hemisphere
In this study, we explored the connection between anomalies in springtime Antarctic ozone and all-year precipitation in the Southern Hemisphere by using observations from 1960–2018 and coupled simulations for 1960–2050. The observations showed that this correlation was enhanced during the last several decades, when a simultaneously increased coupling between ozone and Southern Annular Mode (SAM) anomalies became broader, covering most of the following summer and part of the previous winter. Fordoi:10.3390/atmos11060579 fatcat:3p42j2tprzfctnojlmwhigpjha