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Environmental effects of ozone depletion and its interactions with climate

Andrady, Anthony; Aucamp, Pieter J.; Bais, Alkiviadis F; Ballaré, Carlos L.; Björn, Lars Olof LU ; Bornman, Janet F.; Caldwell, Martyn M.; Cullen, Anthony P.; Erickson, David J. and de Gruijl, Frank R., et al. (2009) In Photochemical and Photobiological Sciences 8(1). p.13-22
Abstract
After the enthusiastic celebration of the 20th Anniversary of the Montreal Protocol on Substances that

Deplete the Ozone Layer in 2007, the work for the protection of the ozone layer continues. The

Environmental Effects Assessment Panel is one of the three expert panels within theMontreal Protocol.

This “EEAP” deals with the increase of the UV irradiance on the Earth’s surface and its effects on

human health, animals, plants, biogeochemistry, air quality and materials. For the past few years,

interactions of ozone depletion with climate change have also been considered. It has become clear that

the environmental problems will be long-lasting. In spite of the fact that the worldwide... (More)
After the enthusiastic celebration of the 20th Anniversary of the Montreal Protocol on Substances that

Deplete the Ozone Layer in 2007, the work for the protection of the ozone layer continues. The

Environmental Effects Assessment Panel is one of the three expert panels within theMontreal Protocol.

This “EEAP” deals with the increase of the UV irradiance on the Earth’s surface and its effects on

human health, animals, plants, biogeochemistry, air quality and materials. For the past few years,

interactions of ozone depletion with climate change have also been considered. It has become clear that

the environmental problems will be long-lasting. In spite of the fact that the worldwide production of

ozone depleting chemicals has already been reduced by 95%, the environmental disturbances are

expected to persist for about the next half a century, even if the protective work is actively continued,

and completed. The latest full report was published in Photochem. Photobiol. Sci., 2007, 6, 201–332,

and the last progress report in Photochem. Photobiol. Sci., 2008, 7, 15–27. The next full report on

environmental effects is scheduled for the year 2010. The present progress report 2008 is one of the

short interim reports, appearing annually. (Less)
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  abstract     = {After the enthusiastic celebration of the 20th Anniversary of the Montreal Protocol on Substances that<br/><br>
Deplete the Ozone Layer in 2007, the work for the protection of the ozone layer continues. The<br/><br>
Environmental Effects Assessment Panel is one of the three expert panels within theMontreal Protocol.<br/><br>
This “EEAP” deals with the increase of the UV irradiance on the Earth’s surface and its effects on<br/><br>
human health, animals, plants, biogeochemistry, air quality and materials. For the past few years,<br/><br>
interactions of ozone depletion with climate change have also been considered. It has become clear that<br/><br>
the environmental problems will be long-lasting. In spite of the fact that the worldwide production of<br/><br>
ozone depleting chemicals has already been reduced by 95%, the environmental disturbances are<br/><br>
expected to persist for about the next half a century, even if the protective work is actively continued,<br/><br>
and completed. The latest full report was published in Photochem. Photobiol. Sci., 2007, 6, 201–332,<br/><br>
and the last progress report in Photochem. Photobiol. Sci., 2008, 7, 15–27. The next full report on<br/><br>
environmental effects is scheduled for the year 2010. The present progress report 2008 is one of the<br/><br>
short interim reports, appearing annually.},
  author       = {Andrady, Anthony and Aucamp, Pieter J. and Bais, Alkiviadis F and Ballaré, Carlos L. and Björn, Lars Olof and Bornman, Janet F. and Caldwell, Martyn M. and Cullen, Anthony P. and Erickson, David J. and de Gruijl, Frank R. and Häder, Donat-P. and Ilyas, Mohammad and Kulandaivelu, G. and Kumar, H.D. and Longstreth, Janice and McKenzie, Richard L. and Norval, Mary and Paul, Nigel and Redhwi, Halim Hamid and Smith, Raymond C. and Solomon, Keith R. and Sulzberger, Barbara and Takizawa, Yukio and Tang, Xiaoyan and Teramura, Alan H. and Torikai, Ayako and van der Leun, Jan C. and Wilson, Stephen R. and Worrest, Robert C. and Zepp, Richard G.},
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  keyword      = {ozone depletion,Environmental Effects Assessment Panel,climate change,ultraviolet radiation,United Nations Environment Programme},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {1},
  pages        = {13--22},
  publisher    = {Royal Society of Chemistry},
  series       = {Photochemical and Photobiological Sciences},
  title        = {Environmental effects of ozone depletion and its interactions with climate},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/B820432M},
  volume       = {8},
  year         = {2009},
}