This zone intrudes into the earths atmosphere and is kept separate by the electrical action of the energy provided by the sun....
Now Inuits are seeing lightning...
Is there ever lightning in Antarctica?
Alan Light, Worked the summer of 2007-08 at South Pole and the winter of 2009 at McMurdo.
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Very rarely, if at all. I have never observed lightning in Antarctica nor heard about a case from anyone else who has been there.
An article on Auroral Electrojets. Polar Jet. Polar wall. Etc. Its the formation that separates the rest of the atmosphere from the polar atmosphere. They can measure intrusion and gas exchanges through the wall by chemical tagging as well as isotope observations.
http://articles.adsabs.harvard.edu/cgi- ... etype=.pdf
A change in the electro jet is causing the earth to get a little colder.