was given a catchy name. By the end of the decade, Farthest North it had at last dawned upon many people that human The element of chance in discovery is a recurring life had created a profound and troubling change in theme in the history of science. It is interesting to look our environment--and that this was a change not back to early theories which go relatively ignored- limited to a confined area, but one on a geophysical often for decades-until they are verified by unrelated scale. The arcane character, faraway and forbidding observation or experiment. locale of this phenomenon, and its unpredictable, Such is the case with one of meteorology's most probably sinister effects in the near- and long-term conspicuous recent fads: the Antarctic ozone hole. future all added to the popular fascination with ozone The first published theory on ozone photochemistry in depletion over the southern polar regions. the atmosphere was contributed in 1930 by Sydney Kanzawa stated that subsequent investigation has Chapman. This theory, appropriately dubbed the revealed remarkable results. One is the observation of "Chapman effect," turns out to agree very well with polar stratospheric clouds formed at the extremely observations when one compares the
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Oct 1, 1990
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