The following links provide additional information on ozone. Some include diagrams and images as well as text.
Polar Stratospheric Clouds Information and diagrams on polar stratospheric clouds.
POLARIS Experiment (Photochemistry of ozone loss in the arctic region in summer). Good background information and images.
Nimbus-7 TOMS Sample images from the Nimbus-7 TOMS.
TOMS home page Information on TOMS and imagery from the various satellites.
Neumayer Antarctic Station In situ measurements from radiosondes up to 35 km at the Neumayer Antarctic station.
AREP Atmospheric Research and Environment Programme of the World Meteorological Organization. Links to ozone maps and antarctic ozone bulletins.
Environment Canada Detailed background information on ozone depletion from Environment Canada.
US EPA Good background information from the US EPA.
Public Health Association of Australia Policy statement on stratospheric ozone depletion.
Ozone Secretariat Home page of UNEP's Ozone Secretariat. More information on ozone.
Ohio State University Fairly comprehensive list of FAQs about ozone.
Volcanoes and Ozone Discussion on relation of volcanoes and ozone depletion.
The Ozone Issue Useful sites complied at Sehome High School, Bellingham, Washington.
El Niño Watch from Space
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