Total atmospheric ozone measured by ground based high resolution infrared spectra-comparison with dobson measurements
Total atmospheric ozone has been measured at the "Observatoire de Haute-Provence", Chiran Station, 1905 m high with a ground based, high resolution i.r. spectrometer, using the Sun as a source. Results are compared with a Dobson spectrophotometer which has been calibrated and intercompared with a standard. Total ozone values found with Dobson are 4% lower than values given by i.r. measurements. In addition, a negative correlation between total ozone and tropopause height has been found.