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26 References for Part I




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

26 References for Part I

A remark on references: they are neither representative nor
comprehensive. There are _hundreds_ of people working on these
problems. Where possible I have limited myself to articles that
are (1) available outside of University libraries (e.g. _Science_
or _Nature_ rather than archival journals such as _J. Geophys. Res._)
and (2) directly related to the "frequently asked questions".
I have not listed papers whose importance is primarily historical.
(I make an exception for the Nobel-Prize winning work of Crutzen,
Molina and Rowland.) Readers who want to see "who did what" should
consult the review articles listed below, or, if they can get them,
the WMO reports which are extensively documented.

 

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