The book, as originally conceived, was to be limited to technical considerations, but the scientific course of event has been so interwoven with non-scientific, but nevertheless related events, the authors felt necessary to include an account of this situation. Accordingly, the book is divided into five sections entitled: � Stratospheric ozone � Atmospheric processes influencing stratospheric ozone � Does man influence stratospheric ozone � Effects and research � Public policy

section 1|80 pages

Stratospheric Ozone

chapter 1|36 pages

The Observed Distribution of Ozone and its Variations

ByLondon Julius, James K. Angell

chapter 2|25 pages

Chemistry and Modeling of the Stratosphere

ByMichael B. McElroy

chapter 3|16 pages

Ozone Trend Analysis

ByWilliam J. Hill

section 2|109 pages

Atmospheric Processes Influencing Stratospheric Ozone

chapter 4|54 pages

Odd Nitrogen Processes

ByHarold S. Johnson

chapter 5|13 pages

Odd Hydrogen Processes

ByNien Dak Sze

chapter 6|39 pages

The Chemistry of Stratospheric Chlorine

ByJames G. Anderson