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Symposium on the 25th Anniversary of the Publication of

 

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Friday 7th May 2010

Venue:  University of Cambridge Department of Chemistry,

Lensfield Road, Cambridge CB2 1EW

 

 

Programme

 

1030

Coffee and registration

 

1100

Welcoming remarks

John Pyle

 

 

Christos Zerefos

 

 

Joe Farman

1115

Antarctic Ozone Depletion – Past and Future

Susan Solomon

1200

The Anthropocene: A new geological epoch due to human activities

Paul Crutzen

1245

Lunch

 

1400

European Research on the Polar Stratosphere

Jean-Pierre Pommereau

1425

Long-term Monitoring of Ozone from Antarctica

Jonathan Shanklin

1450

Beyond the edge of the ozone hole: an update on jets and

eddy-transport barriers

Michael McIntyre

1515

Temperature Trends in the Antarctic Stratosphere and Beyond

Keith Shine

1540

Tea

 

1610

Industry’s response to the CFC issue

Archie McCulloch

1635

Importance of the Montreal Protocol for Radiative Forcing

David Fahey

1700

Personal Reflections on the Ozone Hole Discovery

John Pyle

1730

Closing thoughts

Joe Farman

 

Space will be limited, so if you wish to attend this symposium please register at

 

http://www.ozone-sec.ch.cam.ac.uk/o3_anniversary/o3_form.html

 

Registration is also necessary to receive more detailed information.

A pdf version of the programme is available here.

 

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