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Monitoring the Antarctic Ozone Hole featuring:

METOP-A/GOME-2 and ENVISAT/SCIAMACHY

Please notice, ENVISAT instruments are currently not sending any data. Check the ESA ENVISAT page for latest news.

The products presented here are the latest available images of ozone vertical column densities, ozone forecast, ozone loss at 56 hPa and the current antarctic ozone hole size. The data used to produce these information products come from the sensors METOP-A/GOME-2 and ENVISAT/SCIAMACHY and are the result of several algorithms.

 

GOME-2 - based daily gridded O3 vertical column density
Latest Maps Maps of Previous Day / Latest Available Data
GOME-2 Ozone Near Real Time Service
 
GOME-2 - based O3 Forecast
Latest Maps Maps of Previous Day / Latest Available Data
GOME-2 Ozone Forecast and Near-Real-Time Service
 
SCIAMACHY - based daily gridded O3 vertical column density
Latest Maps Maps of Previous Day / Latest Available Data
SCIAMACHY Ozone Near-Real-Time Service
 
GOME-2 - based daily gridded Chemical O3 loss [ppb/day] at 56 hPa (derived from ozone assimilation)
Latest Maps Maps of Previous Day / Latest Available Data
GOME-2 Ozone Loss Forecast and Near-Real-Time Service
 
GOME-2 - based daily O3 related Chemical Analyses (SACADA - 4DVar Chemical Data Assimilation)
Latest Ozone Map Latest ClO Map
Latest ClONO2 Map Latest HCl Map
Latest HNO3 Map Latest CH4 Map
Access to image archives: O3, ClO, ClONO2, HCl, HNO3 and CH4
 
Antarctic O3 Hole Size
Latest Maps

For further information and/or questions, please contact the wdc@dlr.de.