Book 2009

Twenty Years of Ozone Decline

Proceedings of the Symposium for the 20th Anniversary of the Montreal Protocol


ISBN: 978-90-481-2468-8 (Print) 978-90-481-2469-5 (Online)

Table of contents (35 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xii

  2. Opening Ceremony

    1. Chapter

      Pages 3-4

      Welcome Address

    2. Chapter

      Pages 5-8

      Statement from the Executive Secretary for the Vienna Convention and the Montreal Protocol

    3. Chapter

      Pages 9-11

      Opening Address

    4. Chapter

      Pages 13-19

      Science Inspiring Diplomacy: The Improbable Montreal Protocol

  3. Keynote Speeches

    1. Chapter

      Pages 23-66

      Stratospheric Ozone Depletion

    2. Chapter

      Pages 67-70

      Atmospheric N2O Releases from Biofuel Production Systems: A Major Factor Against “CO2 Emission Savings”: A Global View

  4. The Long History of Ozone Measurements and the Early Search for Signs of a Trend

    1. Chapter

      Pages 73-110

      The History of Total Ozone Measurements; the Early Search for Signs of a Trend and an Update

    2. Chapter

      Pages 111-117

      The Long History of Ozone: Analyses of Recent Measurements

    3. Chapter

      Pages 119-131

      The Long History of Ozone Measurements: Climatological Information Derived from Long Ozone Records

  5. Ozone Measurements

    1. Chapter

      Pages 135-156

      International Multi-Instruments Ground-Based Networks: Recent Developments Within the Network for the Detection of Atmospheric Composition Changes

    2. Chapter

      Pages 157-172

      International Balloon Measurements for Ozone Research

    3. Chapter

      Pages 173-182

      The Role of Airborne Science in the Study of Polar Ozone

    4. Chapter

      Pages 183-189

      Role of Satellite Measurements in the Discovery of Stratospheric Ozone Depletion

    5. Chapter

      Pages 191-200

      Estimating When the Antarctic Ozone Hole will Recover

    6. Chapter

      Pages 201-212

      The European Arctic Ozone Campaigns

    7. Chapter

      Pages 213-236

      Operational Monitoring of the Antarctic Ozone Hole: Transition from GOME and SCIAMACHY to GOME-2

    8. Chapter

      Pages 237-249

      An Overview of Strategic Ozone Sounding Networks: Insights into Ozone Budgets, UT/LS Processes and Tropical Climate Signatures

    9. Chapter

      Pages 251-259

      Global Observations—The Key to Model Development and Improved Assessments

  6. Ozone and Climate-Dynamics

    1. Chapter

      Pages 263-272

      The Rise and Fall of Dynamical Theories of the Ozone Hole

    2. Chapter

      Pages 273-277

      Investigations of Climate–Ozone Connections with Coupled Climate–Chemistry Models (CCMs): Another Step Forward

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