UV Dosage Levels in Summer: Increased Risk of Ozone Loss from Convectively Injected Water Vapor

@article{Anderson2012UVDL,
  title={UV Dosage Levels in Summer: Increased Risk of Ozone Loss from Convectively Injected Water Vapor},
  author={J. Anderson and D. M. Wilmouth and J. B. Smith and D. Sayres},
  journal={Science},
  year={2012},
  volume={337},
  pages={835 - 839}
}
  • J. Anderson, D. M. Wilmouth, +1 author D. Sayres
  • Published 2012
  • Environmental Science, Medicine
  • Science
  • Water In, Ozone Out The danger of stratospheric ozone loss burst into public awareness in the 1980s, when the Antarctic ozone hole was discovered and described. Since then, the specter of ozone depletion in other locations, notably the Arctic, has been identified. Ozone loss is not confined to high latitudes, however, nor is it only the result of the addition of anthropogenic compounds containing chlorine and bromine in the stratosphere, as Anderson et al. (p. 835, published online 26 July; see… CONTINUE READING
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