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Future ozone and its impact on surface UV

Slimane Bekki 1 G. Bodeker 2
LATMOS - Laboratoire Atmosphères, Milieux, Observations Spatiales
Abstract : Globally averaged total column ozone has declined over recent decades due to the release of ozone-depleting sub- stances (ODSs) into the atmosphere. Now, as a result of the Montreal Protocol, ozone is expected to recover from the effects of ODSs as ODS abundances decline in the coming decades. However, a number of factors in addition to ODSs have led to and will continue to lead to changes in ozone. Discriminating between the causes of past and projected ozone changes is necessary, not only to identify the progress in ozone recovery from ODSs, but also to evaluate the effectiveness of climate and ozone protection policy options.
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Slimane Bekki, G. Bodeker. Future ozone and its impact on surface UV. NOAA/ NASA/UNEP/WMO/European Commission. Scientific Assessment of Ozone Depletion: 2010, Global Ozone Research and Monitoring Project, World Meteorological Organization, Chapitre 3 (59 p.), 2011, Global Ozone Research and Monitoring Project Report n°52. ⟨hal-00861715⟩



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