Twenty questions and answers about the ozone layer. Scientific assessment of ozone depletion, 2002. David W. Fahey, lead author.
By: Fahey, David W.
Contributor(s): United States. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration | United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration | United Nations Environment Programme | World Meteorological Organization | European Commission | Meeting of the Parties to the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer.Publisher: Washington, D.C. : Nairobi, Kenya : Geneva, Switzerland : Brussels, Belgium : National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration : National Aeronautics and Space Administration ; United Nations Environment Programme ; World Meteorological Organization ; European Commission, 2003Description: 38 p. : col. ill.; 28 cm.ISBN: 9280722638.Other title: Twenty questions and answers about the ozone layer | 20 questions and answers about the ozone layer.Uniform titles: Report (Global Ozone Research and Monitoring Project) Subject(s): Ozone layer depletion | Global warming | Atmospheric chemistry | Climatic changesOnline resources: Online version in PDF format | Online version in PDF format Also available online in PDF format via the United Nations Environment Programme home page.
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"Published in March 2003"--T.p. verso.
"[A] component of the 2002 report of the Montreal Protocol Scientific Assessment Panel"--Cover verso.
"Reprinted from World Meteorological Organization, Global Ozone Research and Monitoring Project--Report No. 47."
"This document answers some of the most commonly asked questions about the ozone layer."
Ozone in our atmosphere -- The ozone depletion process -- Stratospheric ozone depletion -- Controlling ozone-depleting gases -- Implications of ozone depletion -- Stratospheric ozone in the future -- Addition topics: Understanding stratospheric ozone depletion -- Heavier-than-air CFCs -- Global Ozone Dobson Network -- Replacing the loss of "good" ozone in the stratosphere.
Also available online in PDF format via the United Nations Environment Programme home page.