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5.H: Discovering the Ozone Hole (Highlights)

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Uploaded on Jul 20, 2010

(Part 2) Jonathan Shanklin is Head of the Meteorology and Ozone Monitoring Unit at the British Antarctic Survey and is a member of the team that discovered the ozone hole. His talk will illustrate the discovery and demonstrate some of the lessons that we can learn from it.
This year, Jonathan Shanklin commemorates the 25th anniversary of his discovery of the Antarctic ozone hole. As well as his responsibilities running the operational side of the BAS Meteorological Observing Program, he is a Union Safety Representative and vice-chair of the NERC H&S Committee. Jonathan received a Blue Peter Badge for the ozone hole discovery, and recent awards include the Society of Chemical Industry Environment Medal and the Institute of Physics Charles Chree Medal.

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