The influence of volcanic activity on large-scale atmospheric processes: continuing the discussion
Jodie Dunn is to be commended for her entertaining and well-researched article in Weather (Dunn 2004). However, some of the arguments deserve to be amplified, and they demonstrate interesting and equally entertaining synergies with other aspects of atmospheric science – with the aerosol indirect
effect on climate, with the Rayleigh scattering which makes the sky blue, with changes to Antarctic climate, with changes to the Brewer–Dobson circulation (from tropics to poles in the stratosphere), and with the physics of volcanic plumes.
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