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Evolution of the Climate Forcing During the Two Years after the Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha'apai Eruption
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  • Mark Schoeberl,
  • M R Schoeberl,
  • Y Wang,
  • G Taha,
  • D J Zawada,
  • R Ueyama,
  • A Dessler
Mark Schoeberl

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M R Schoeberl
Science and Technology Corporation
Y Wang
Science and Technology Corporation
G Taha
Morgan State University
D J Zawada
Institute of Space and Atmospheric Studies, University of Saskatchewan
R Ueyama
NASA Ames Research Center
A Dessler
Texas A&M University


The Jan. 15, 2022, Hunga eruption increased aerosols and H2O in the southern hemisphere stratosphere and then dispersed throughout 2022/3. • Stratospheric water vapor, ozone, temperature, and aerosol optical depth contribute to the change in downward radiative fluxes. • Hunga produced a global change in tropopause downward radiative flux of-0.17 and ±0.07 W/m 2 over the two-year period.
05 Apr 2024Submitted to ESS Open Archive
08 Apr 2024Published in ESS Open Archive