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This article is from the Ozone Depletion: The Antarctic Ozone Hole FAQ, by Robert Parson rparson@spot.colorado.edu with numerous contributions by others.

04 Caveats, Disclaimers, and Contact Information (sci.environment)

| Caveat: I am not a specialist. In fact, I am not an atmospheric
| chemist at all - I am a physical chemist who talks to atmospheric
| chemists. These files are an outgrowth of my own efforts to educate
| myself over the past two years. I have discussed some of these
| issues with specialists but I am solely responsible for everything
| written here, including any errors. On the other hand, if you find
| this document in an online archive somewhere, I am not responsible for
| any *other* information that may happen to reside in that archive.
| In general this document should not be cited in publications off the
| net; rather, it should be used as a pointer to the published literature.

*** Corrections and comments are welcomed.

- Robert Parson
Associate Professor
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry,
University of Colorado (for which I do not speak)

rparson@spot.colorado.edu
Robert.Parson@colorado.edu

 

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