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COSMIC-RAY-DRIVEN REACTION AND GREENHOUSE EFFECT OF HALOGENATED MOLECULES: CULPRITS FOR ATMOSPHERIC OZONE DEPLETION AND GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE
  • Qing-bin Lu
  • Environmental Science, Physics
  • 16 October 2012
This study is focused on the effects of cosmic rays (solar activity) and halogen-containing molecules (mainly chlorofluorocarbons — CFCs) on atmospheric ozone depletion and global climate change.Expand
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Correlation of Group and Habitat Requirement for Alpine Blood Pheasants in the Initial Mating Period in Shiqu, Sichuan
During April of 2004, alpine blood pheasants ( Ithaginis cruentus ) were studied in the southwest Shiqu county of Sichuan province. The results show that the alpine blood pheasants are onlyExpand
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Conventional Understanding of Climate Change
New Theory of Global Climate Change
On Cosmic-Ray-Driven Electron Reaction Mechanism for Ozone Hole and Chlorofluorocarbon Mechanism for Global Climate Change
Numerous laboratory measurements have provided a sound physical basis for the cosmic-ray driven electron-induced reaction (CRE) mechanism of halogen-containing molecules for the ozone hole. AndExpand
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Conventional Understanding of Ozone Depletion