Future emission scenarios for chemicals that may deplete stratospheric ozone

@article{Hammitt1987FutureES,
  title={Future emission scenarios for chemicals that may deplete stratospheric ozone},
  author={James K. Hammitt and Frank Camm and Peter S. Connell and William E. Mooz and Kathleen A. Wolf and Donald J. Wuebbles and Anil Bamezai},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1987},
  volume={330},
  pages={711-716}
}
Scenarios are developed for long-term future emissions of seven of the most important manmade chemicals that may deplete ozone and the corresponding effect on stratospheric ozone concentrations is calculated using a one-dimensional atmospheric model. The scenarios are based on detailed analysis of the markets for products that use these chemicals and span a central 90% probability interval for the chemicals' joint effect on calculated ozone abundance, assuming no additional regulations.