Ozone and O Guide - Resources and Review

Promotes solutions on agriculture and biotechnology, arms control, biodiversity, climate change, energy, ozone depletion, transportation.
Set of regular bulletins dating back to 1993 which contain the actual ozone values reported from the Antarctic together with an analysis of the current situation.
Reports, answers to questions and details of projects concerned with addressing global warming and the use of methane and other greenhouse gases.
Document which explains the formation of the spring
time depletion of the ozone layer above the Antarctic (the ozone hole), and answers some common questions. The ozone hole was discovered by scientists from the British Antarctic Survey in 1985, and demonstrated that understanding of the atmosphere is far from complete.
Resource concerned with air quality and ozone throughout the US. Includes maps which provide real
time air pollution data, information about public health and the environmental effects of air pollution, and suggestions of ways in which the public can protect their health and reduce pollution. Also features Webcam images and publications such as the Air Quality Index Rule and Guidelines for Reporting of Daily Air Quality.
Secretariat for the Vienna Convention for the Protection of the Ozone Layer and for the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer. Includes information about ozone treaties, links to full text publications such as Arctic Ozone: The Sensitivity of the Ozone Layer to Chemical Depletion and Climate Change, press releases, and answers to some common questions about ozone.
WMO is a specialist organisation of the United Nations, based in Geneva. It coordinates global scientific activity in areas of weather prediction, air pollution research, climate change, ozone layer depletion studies and tropical storm forecasting, to allow prompt and accurate weather information for public, private and commercial use, including international airline and shipping industries. Major WMO progammes include World Weather Watch, Applications of Meteorology, World Climate Research, Global Climate Observing System, Atmospheric Research and Environment, Hydrology and Water Resources, Education and Training. Information is in English, French and Spanish.
Introduction to research on the ozone hole, covering its discovery, ozone loss over Antarctica, the science behind it, and recent research. Includes images, graphs, and a glossary.
Organisation supporting and promoting earth science and technology to help reduce the economic results of ozone layer depletion, global warming, destruction of forests, and acid rain. A community of scientists and engineers discuss research proposals, planning and promotion via the earth science and technology forum, and a gallery of photographs taken during development programs is included. Information is available in Japanese and English.
Guide to ozone formation and destruction and the current status of the Earth's ozone layer.
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