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Polar Ozone

Aikin, A. C., Spring polar ozone behavior, Planetary and Space Science 1992, 40, 7-26.

Fahey, D. W., et al., Polar ozone, Ch. 3, in Scientific Assessment of Ozone Depletion: 1994 World Meteorological Organization, Feb. 1995, pp. 3.1-3.52.

Lary, D. J., Chipperfield, M. P., Toumi, R., The potential impact of the reaction OH+ClO -> HCl+O2 on polar ozone photochemistry, Journal of Atmospheric Chemistry 1995, 21, 61-69.

Molina, M. J., Polar ozone depletion (Nobel lecture), Angewandte Chemie - Int. Edition 1996, 35, 1778-1785.

Antarctic Ozone

Anderson, J. G., Brune, W. H., Proffitt, M. J., Ozone destruction by chlorine radicals within the Antarctic vortex:The spatial and temporal evolution of ClO-O3 anticorrelation based on in situ ER-2 data,Journal of Geophysical Research 1989, 94, 11,465-11,479.

Anderson, J. G., Toohey, D. W., Brune, W. H., Free Radicals within the Antarctic Vortex:The Role of CFCs in Antarctic Ozone Loss, Science 1991, 251, 39-46, 1991.

Anon., "Elevated Antarctic UV," New Scientist July 18, 1992, p. 17.

Anon., Ozone depletion over Antarctica returns, Environmental Conservation 1993, 20, 272-273.

Antarctic Ozone, Geophysical Research Letters 1988, 13 (12), 1191-1362.

Atkinson, R. J., Matthews, W. A., Newman, P. A., Plumb, R. A., Evidence of the Mid-Latitude Impact ofAntarctic Ozone Depletion,Nature 1989, 340, 290-294.

Barnes, D. K. A., Clarke, A., Seasonal variation in the feeding activity of four species of Antarctic bryozoanin relation to environmental factors,Journal of Experiemental Biology and Ecology 1994, 181, 117-133.

Beaglehole, D., Carter, G. G., "Antarctic skies. 1. Diurnal variations of the sky irradiance, and UV effects of theozone hole, spring 1990,"Journal of Geophysical Research 1992, 97, 2589-2596.

Bian, L. G., Lu, L. H., Jia, P. Q., A preliminary study on the ultraviolet radiation in Zhongshan Station, Antarctica, Chinese Science Bulletin 1996, 41, 1011-1014.

Boime, R. D., Warren, S. G., Mapping Antarctic ozone from visible-channel data, Proceedings SPIE 1993, 2047, 122-131.

Booth, C. R., Lucas, T. B., Tusson, J. R., IV, Morrow, J. H., Mestechkina, T., Antarctic ultraviolet spectroradiometer monitoring program: South Pole and Barrow contrasts in UV irradiance, in Climate Monitoring and Diagnostics Laboratory No. 21; Summary Report 1992 Peterson, J. T. and Rosson, R. M., eds., NOAA, Boulder,CO, Dec. 1993, 81-83.

Booth, C. R., Lucas, T., Morrow, J., Weiler, S., Penhale, P., The United States National Science Foundation/Antarctic Program#'s Network for Monitoring Ultraviolet Radiation, in Ultraviolet Radiation in Antarctica: Measurements and Biological Effects Weiler, S. and Penhale, P., eds., AGU Antarctic Research Series,American Geophysical Union, Wash., DC, 1994, pp. 17-37.

Booth, C. R., Madronich, S., Radiation amplification factors: improved formulation accounts for large increases in ultraviolet radiation associated with Antarctic ozone depletion, in Ultraviolet Radiation in Antarctica: Measurements and Biological Effects Weiler, C. S. and Penhale, P. A., eds., AGU Antarctic Research Series,American Geophysical Union, 1994, pp. 39-42.

Booth, W., Antarctica at risk, Sacramento Bee Dec. 12, 1989, Scene 6.

Bowman, K. P., Evolution of the Total Ozone Field during the Breakdown of the Antarctic Circumpolar Vortex, Journal of Geophysical Research 1990, 95 (D10), 16,529-16,543.

Brown, J., Antarctic ozone going fast, but some plants can survive, New Scientist 1994, 143, 11.

Bruhl, C., The Increase in Solar UV-B Radiation near the Surface as a Consequence of the Antarctic Ozone Hole. A Study with a Photochemical Radiative Transfer Model, in IRS #'88: Current Problems in Atmospheric Radiation J. Lenoble and J.-F. Geleyn, eds., A. Deepak Pub., Hampton, Va., 1989, pp. 474-476.

D#'Antoni, H. L., Armstrong, R., Coughlan, J., Skiles, J., Daleo, G. R., Effects of stratospheric ozone depletion and increased levels of ultraviolet radiation on subantarctic forests and westren Patagonian steppe: A research project, in Stratospheric ozone depletion/UV-B radiation in the biosphere Biggs,R. H. and Joyner, M. E. B., eds., Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 1994, pp. 81-96.

Danilin, M. Y., Sze, N.-D., Ko, M. K. W., Rodriguez, J. M., Prather, M. J., Bromine-chlorine coupling in the Antarctic ozone hole, Geophysical Research Letters 1996, 23, 153-156.

Davidson, A. T., Bramich, D., Marchant, H. J., Mcminn, A., Effects of UV-B irradiation on growth and survival of Antarctic marine diatoms, Marine Biology 1994, 119, 507-515.

Davidson, A. T., Marchant, H. J., The impact of ultraviolet radiation on Phaeocystis and selected species of Antarctic marine diatoms, in Ultraviolet Radiation in Antarctica: Measurements and Biological Effects Weiler, C. S.and Penhale, P. A., eds., American Geophysical Union, 1994, pp. 187-205.

Deshler, T., Hofmann, D. J., Ozone profiles at McMurdo Station, Antarctica, the austral spring of 1990, Geophysical Research Letters 1991, 18, 657-660.

Ekelund, N. G. A., Studies of the effects of UV-B radiation on phytoplankton of sub-Antarctic lakes and ponds, Polar Biology 1992, 12, 533-537.

El-Sayed, S. Z., Effect of Ultraviolet Radiation on Antarctic Marine Phytoplankton, paper presented at 5th SCAR Symposium on Antarctic Biology, Hobart, 29 Aug. to 3 Sept., 1988.

El-Sayed, S. Z., Stephens, F. C., Bidigare, R. R., Ondrusek, M. E., Effect of ultraviolet radiation on Antarctic marine phytoplnakton, in Antarctic Ecosystems: Ecological Change and Conservation Kerry, K. R., Hempel, G., eds., Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 1990, pp. 379-385.

Farman, J. C., Gardiner, B. G., Shanklin, J. D., Large Losses of Total Ozone in Antarctica Reveal Seasonal ClOx/NOx Interaction, Nature1985, 315, 207.

Fiocco, G., Komhyr, W. D., Fua, D., Is ozone destroyed during the Antarctic winter in the presence of polar stratospheric clouds? Nature 1989, 341, 426-427.

Frederick, J. E., Alberts, A. D., Prolonged enhancement in surface ultraviolet radiation during the Antarctic spring of 1990, Geophysical Research Letters 1991, 18, 1869-1871.

Frederick, J. E., Lubin, D., Solar ultraviolet irradiance at Palmer Station, Antarctica, in Ultraviolet Radiation in Antarctica: Measurements and Biological Effects Weiler, C. S. and Penhale, P. A., eds., American Geophysical Union, 1994, pp. 43-52.

Frederick, J. E., Snell, H. E., Ultraviolet Radiation Levels during the Antarctic Spring, Science 1988, 241, 438-440.

Friend, T., Antarctic is living lab for studying hole in ozone layer, USA Today March 9, 1993, p. D5.

Gautier, C., He, G., Yang, S., Lubin, D., Role of clouds and ozone on spectral ultraviolet-B radiation and biologically active UV dose over Antarctica, in Ultraviolet Radiation in Antarctica: Measurements and Biological Effects Weiler, C. S.and Penhale, P. A., eds.,American Geophysical Union, 1994, pp. 83-91.

Gieskes, W. C., Kraay, G. W., Transmission of ultraviolet light in the Weddell Sea: Report on the first measurements made in Antarctic, Biomass Newsletter 1990, 12, 12-14.

Helblilng, E. W., Marguet, E. R., Villafane, V. E., Holm-Hansen, O., Bacterioplankton viability in Antarctic waters as affected by solar ultraviolet radiation, Marine Ecology - Progress Series 1995, 126, 293-298.

Helbling, E. W., Chalker, E. E., Dunlap, W. C., Holm-Hansen, O., Villafane, V. E., Photoacclimation of Antarctic marine diatoms to solar ultraviolet radiation, Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 1996, 204, 85-101.

Helbling, E. W., Villafane, V. E., Holm-Hansen, O., Variability of phytoplankton distribution and primary production around Elephant Island, Antarctica, during 1990-1993, Polar Biology 1995, 15, 233-246.

Helbling, E. W., Villafane, V., Holm-Hansen, O., Effects of ultraviolet radiation on Antarctic marine phytoplankton photosynthesis with particular attention to the influence of mixing, in Ultraviolet Radiation in Antarctica:Measurements and Biological Effects Weiler,C. S.and Penhale, P. A., eds., American Geophysical Union, 1994, pp. 207-227.

Henderson, G. S., Evans, W. F. J., McConnell, J. C., Effects of initial active chlorine concentrations on the Antarctic ozone spring depletion, Journal of Geophysical Research 1990, 95, 1899-1908.

Hofmann, D. J., Harder, J. W., Rolf, S. R., Rosen, J. M., Balloon-borne observations of the development and vertical structure of the Antarctic ozone hole in 1986, Nature 1987, 326, 59-62.

Hofmann, D. J., Harder, J. W., Rosen, J. M., Hereford, J. V., Carpenter, J. R., Ozone profile measurements at McMurdo Station, Antarctica, during the spring of 1987, Journal of Geophysical Research 1989,94, 16,527-16,536.

Hofmann, D. J., Oltmans, S. J., Anomalous Antarctic ozone during 1992: Evidence for Pinatubo volcanic aerosol effects, Journal of Geophysical Research 1993, 98, 18,555-18,561.

Hofmann, D. J., Recovery of the Antarctic ozone hole, Nature 1996, 384, 222-223.

Hofmann, D. J., The 1996 Antarctic ozone hole, Nature 1996, 383, 129.

Holm-Hansen, O., Helbling, E. W., Lubin, D., Ultraviolet radiation in Antarctica: Inhibition of primary production, Photochemistry and Photobiology 1993, 58, 567-570.

Holm-Hansen, O., Mitchell, B. G., Vernet, M., Ultraviolet radiation in Antarctic waters: Effect on rates of primary production, Antarctic Journal of the United States 1989, 24, 177-178.

Holm-Hansen, O., UV radiation in Antarctic waters: Effect on rates of primary production, in Response of Marine Phytoplankton to Natural Variations in UV-B Flux Proceedings of a Workshop at ScrippsInstitution of Oceanography, B. G. Mitchell, O. Holm-Hansen, I. Sobolev, eds., Fluorocarbon Panel Report FC138-088, 1990.

Johnson, B. J., Deshler, T., Zhao, R., Ozone profiles at McMurdo Station, Antarctica, during the spring of 1993: Record low ozone season, Geophysical Research Letters 1995, 22, 183-186.

Jones, A. E., Shanklin, J. D., Continued decline of total ozone over Halley, Antarctica, since 1985, Nature 1995, 376, 409-411.

Kane, R. P., Extension of Antarctic ozone hole to lower latitudes in the South American region, Pure and Applied Geophysics 1991, 135, 611-624.

Kang, S. H., Lee, S. H., Antarctic phytoplankton assemblage in the western Bransfield Strait region, February 1993: Composition, biomass, and mesoscale distributions, Marine Ecology - Progress Series 1995, 129, 253-267.

Karentz, D., Cell survival characteristics and molecular responses of Antarctic phytoplankton to ultraviolet-B radiation, Journal of Phycology 1991, 27, 326-341.

Karentz, D., Cleaver, J. E., Mitchell, D. L., Cell survival characteristics and molecular responses of Antarctic phytoplankton to ultraviolet-B radiation exposure, Journal of Phycology 1991, 27, 326-341.

Karentz, D., Cleaver, J. E., Mitchell, D. L., DNA damage in the antarctic, Nature 1991, 350, 28 (Mar. 7).

Karentz, D., Considerations for evaluating ultraviolet radiation-induced genetic damage relative to Antarctic ozone depletion, Environmental Health Perspectives 1994, 102 (Suppl. 12), 61-63.

Karentz, D., DNA Repair Mechanisms in Antarctic Marine Organisms, Antarctic Journal of the United States 1988, 13, 114-115.

Karentz, D., Ecological considerations of the Antarctic ozone hole, Antarctic Science 1991, 3, 3-11.

Karentz, D., Lutze, L. H., Evaluation of biologically harmful ultraviolet radiation in Antarctica with a biological dosimeter designed for aquatic environments, Limnology and Oceanography 1990, 35, 245-257 or 549-561??.

Karentz, D., McEuen, F. S., Land, M. C., Dunlap, W. C., Survey of microsporine-like amino acid compounds in Antarctic marine organism: potential protection from ultraviolet exposure, Marine Biology 1991, 108, 157-166.

Karentz, D., Ozone depletion and UV-B radiation in the Antarctic - Limitations to ecological assessment, Marine Pollution Bulletin 1992, 25, 231-232.

Karentz, D., Prevention of ultraviolet radiation damage in Antarctic marine invertebrates, in Stratospheric ozone depletion/UV-B radiation in the biosphere Biggs, R. H. and Joyner, M. E. B., eds., Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 1994, pp. 175-180.

Karentz, D., Spero, H. J., Response of a natural Phaeocystis population to ambient fluctuations of UVB radiation caused by Antarctic ozone depletion, Journal of Plankton Research 1995, 17, 1771-1789.

Karentz, D., Ultraviolet tolerance mechanisms in Antarctic marine organisms, in Ultraviolet Radiation in Antarctica: Measurements and Biological Effects Weiler, C. S. and Penhale, P. A., eds., American Geophysical Union, 1994, pp. 93-110.

Karsten, U., Wiencke, C., Kirst, G. O., The effect of light intensity and daylength on the b-dimethylsulphonio-propionate (DMSP) content of marine green macroalgai from Antarctica, Plant Cell and Environment 1990, 12, 989-993.

Kerr, R. A., Antarctic ozone hole fails to recover, Science 1994, 266, 217.

Kiehl, J. T., Boville, B. A., Briegleb, B. P., Response of a General Circulation Model to a Prescribed Antarctic Ozone Hole, Nature 1988, 332, 501-504.

Krueger, A. J., Stolarski, R. S., Schoeberl, M. R., Formation of the 1988 Antarctic Ozone Hole, Geophysical Research Letters 1989, 16, 381.

Kuhn, M., Rau, G., Ultraviolet Irradiance on the Antarctic Plateau, Journal of Applied Meteorology 1990, 29, 688-693.

Kuznetsov, I. V., Andriyanov, A. F., Dryagin, S. Y., Kukin, L. M., AMazoor, A. B., Mocheneva, O. S., Nikiforov, P. L., Ozone depletion over Antarctica during October 1989 events, Geomagnetizm I Aeronomiya 1994, 34, 111-116 (in Russian?).

Leu, M.-T., Heteorogeneous Reaction of N2O5 with H2O and HCl on Ice Surfaces: Implications for Antarctic Ozone Depletion, Geophysical Research Letters 1988, 15, 851-854.

Lubin, D., Frederick, J. E., Booth, C. R., Lucas, T., Neuschuler, D., Measurements of Enhanced Springtime Ultraviolet Radiation at Palmer Station, Antarctica, Geophysical Research Letters 1989, 16, 783-785.

Lubin, D., Frederick, J. E., Column Ozone Measurements from Palmer Station, Antarctica: Variations during the Austral Springs of 1988 and 1989, Journal of Geophysical Research 1990, 95 (D9), 13883-13889.

Lubin, D., Frederick, J. E., Krueger, A. J., The Ultraviolet Radiation Environment of Antarctica: McMurdo Station During September-October 1987, Journal of Geophysical Research 1989, 94 (D6), 8491-8496.

Lubin, D., Frederick, J. E., The ultraviolet radiation environment of the Antarctic Peninsula: The roles of ozone and cloud cover, Journal of Applied Meteorology 1991, 30, 478-493.

Lubin, D., Mitchell, B. G., Frederick, J. E., Alberts, A. D., Booth, C. R., Lucas, T., Neuschuler, D., A contribution toward understanding the biospherical significance of Antarctic ozone depletion, Journal of Geophysical Research 1992, 97, 7817-7828.

Lubin, D., Ricchiazzi, P., Gautier, C., Whritner, R. H., A method for mapping Antarctic surface ultraviolet radiation using multispectral satellite imagery, in Ultraviolet Radiation in Antarctica: Measurements and Biological Effects Weiler, C. S. and Penhale, P. A., eds., American Geophysical Union, 1994, pp. 53-81.

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Mackenzie, I. A., Harwood, R. S., Froidevaux, L., Read, W. G., Waters, J. W., Chemical loss of polar vortex ozone inferred from UARS MLS measurements of ClO during the Arctic and Antarctic late winters of 1993, Journal of Geophysical Research 1996, 101, in press.

Marchant, H. J., Davidson, A. T., Kelly, G. J., UV-B protecting compounds in the marine alga Phaeocystis-pouchetii from Antarctica, Marine Biology 1991, 109, 391-395.

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Mitchell, B. G., Vernet, M., Holm-Hansen, O., Ultraviolet light attenuation in Antarctic waters in relation to particulate absorption and photosynthesis, Antarctic Journal of the United States 1989, 24, 179-181.

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Newman, P., Stolarski, R., Schoeberl, M., McPeters, R., Krueger, A., The 1990 Antarctic ozone hole as observed by TOMS, Geophysical Research Letters 1991, 18, 661-664.

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Prezelin, B. B., Boucher, N. P., Schofield, O., Evaluation of field studies of UVB radiation effects on Antarctic marine primary productivity, in Stratospheric ozone depletion/UV-B radiation in the biosphere Biggs, H. and Joyner, M., eds., Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 1994, pp. 181-194.

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Prezelin, B. B., Boucher, N. P., Smith, R. C., Marine primary production under the influence of the Antarctic ozone hole: Icecolors #'90, in Ultraviolet Radiation in Antarctica: Measurements and Biological Effects Weiler, C. S. and Penhale, P. A., eds., American Geophysical Union, 1994, pp. 159-186.

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