Note on Ozone Observations made with Moonlight
There is an apparent increase in ozone amount when measured with the Dobson spectro photometer using moonlight and C or D wavelength instead of A. The increase becomes insignificant when the differential AD or CD method is used. The apparent increase in ozone is found to be due to a rapid increase in large-particle scattering which occurs shortly after sunset and disappears within a couple of hours after sunrise.
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