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Session 1: Why worry about ozone?
- The NASA Goddard DAAC site.
- Ozone concentration versus altitude,
- The Dobson unit, a definition from the University of Cambridge
- Halley Bay Research Station
- More NASA sites.
- NOAA Ozone Altitude
Profiles over the South Pole.
Meteorological Organization (WMO)
Session 2: Does oxygen chemistry explain the ozone
- Info on the temperature of the stratosphere and troposphere, EPA site.
Session 3: Does gaseous chlorine chemistry explain
the ozone hole?
- Common questions
about ozone from the 1994 WMO report No. 37.
Session 4: Why have we replaced CFCs?
Session 5: How is Antarctic ozone chemistry unique?
- Answers to many good
ozone questions, by Robert
Parson. Info is archived in several places:
- Stratospheric temperatures vs.
date from NOAA. This graph
includes 1998 temperatures, the minimum and maximum temperatures, and the
mean, on one plot.
- Information on Polar Stratospheric
Clouds from Cambridge University.
Session 6: Why does the ozone hole form in the Antarctic
Other Resources and Linking Pages
- British Antarctic Survey
- SEDAC site.
- Ozone guide from CIESIN.
- EPA stratospheric
ozone Home Page.
- Center for Atmospheric Science
at Cambridge University