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View Resource Global Environmental Change and Human Health: Science Plan and Implementation Strategy

It is widely, often intuitively, understood that human societies and the well being and health of their populations depend on the flow of materials, services and cultural enrichment from the natural...

http://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc11877/
View Resource Anthropogenic Ozone Depletion: Status and Human Health Implications

In this USGRP Seminar, speakers answer the following questions: what is the status of the Earth's ozone layer? Is the Montreal Protocol working? How much time will be necessary for nature to restore...

http://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc11841/
View Resource Ozone

The amount and distribution of ozone molecules in the stratosphere varies greatly over the globe. Ozone molecules are transported around the stratosphere much as water clouds are transported in the...

http://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc11993/
View Resource Climate Change: Ozone Depletion

At low levels of Earth?s atmosphere, ozone is a pollutant with serious effects on the respiratory systems of animals, but in the upper atmosphere it plays a crucial role in preventing harmful u...

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View Resource Ozone Depletion

Ozone is a particular gas present both in the Earth's upper atmosphere and at ground level. There are two distinct types of ozone; the Ground-level Ozone (or ?bad? ozone) and the Stratospheric Ozo...

http://www.climate.org/topics/ozone-depletion.html
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