Further Readings

1. S. A. Montzka et at, "Present and future trends in the atmospheric burden of ozone-depleting halogens," Nature 398 (1999): 690-693.

2. R. McKenzie, B. Connor, and G. Bodeker, "Increased summertime UV Radiation in New Zealand in Response to Ozone Loss," Science 285 (1999): 1709-1711.

3. T. K. Tromp et al., "Potential Environmental Impact of a Hydrogen Economy on the Stratosphere," Science 300 (2003): 1740.

4. (a) S. Madronich and E R. de Gruijl, "Skin cancer and UV radiation," Nature 366 (1993): 23. (b) J.-S. Taylor, "DNA, sunlight, and skin cancer," Journal of Chemical Education 67 (1990): 835-841.

5. C. Biever, "Bring me sunshine," New Scientist (9 August 2003): 30-33.

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