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Solar ultraviolet radiation in a changing climate. / Williamson, Craig E.; Zepp, Richard G.; Lucas, Robyn M.; Madronich, Sasha; Austin, Amy T.; Ballare, Carlos L.; Norval, Mary; Sulzberger, Barbara; Bais, Alkiviadis F.; McKenzie, Richard L.; Robinson, Sharon A.; Haeder, Donat-P.; Paul, Nigel D.; Bornman, Janet F.

In: Nature Climate Change, Vol. 4, No. 6, 06.2014, p. 434-441.

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Williamson, CE, Zepp, RG, Lucas, RM, Madronich, S, Austin, AT, Ballare, CL, Norval, M, Sulzberger, B, Bais, AF, McKenzie, RL, Robinson, SA, Haeder, D-P, Paul, ND & Bornman, JF 2014, 'Solar ultraviolet radiation in a changing climate', Nature Climate Change, vol. 4, no. 6, pp. 434-441. https://doi.org/10.1038/NCLIMATE2225

APA

Williamson, C. E., Zepp, R. G., Lucas, R. M., Madronich, S., Austin, A. T., Ballare, C. L., Norval, M., Sulzberger, B., Bais, A. F., McKenzie, R. L., Robinson, S. A., Haeder, D-P., Paul, N. D., & Bornman, J. F. (2014). Solar ultraviolet radiation in a changing climate. Nature Climate Change, 4(6), 434-441. https://doi.org/10.1038/NCLIMATE2225

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Williamson CE, Zepp RG, Lucas RM, Madronich S, Austin AT, Ballare CL et al. Solar ultraviolet radiation in a changing climate. Nature Climate Change. 2014 Jun;4(6):434-441. https://doi.org/10.1038/NCLIMATE2225

Author

Williamson, Craig E. ; Zepp, Richard G. ; Lucas, Robyn M. ; Madronich, Sasha ; Austin, Amy T. ; Ballare, Carlos L. ; Norval, Mary ; Sulzberger, Barbara ; Bais, Alkiviadis F. ; McKenzie, Richard L. ; Robinson, Sharon A. ; Haeder, Donat-P. ; Paul, Nigel D. ; Bornman, Janet F. / Solar ultraviolet radiation in a changing climate. In: Nature Climate Change. 2014 ; Vol. 4, No. 6. pp. 434-441.

Bibtex

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title = "Solar ultraviolet radiation in a changing climate",
abstract = "The projected large increases in damaging ultraviolet radiation as a result of global emissions of ozone-depleting substances have been forestalled by the success of the Montreal Protocol. New challenges are now arising in relation to climate change. We highlight the complex interactions between the drivers of climate change and those of stratospheric ozone depletion, and the positive and negative feedbacks among climate, ozone and ultraviolet radiation. These will result in both risks and benefits of exposure to ultraviolet radiation for the environment and human welfare. This Review synthesizes these new insights and their relevance in a world where changes in climate as well as in stratospheric ozone are altering exposure to ultraviolet radiation with largely unknown consequences for the biosphere.",
keywords = "NONMELANOMA SKIN-CANCER, VITAMIN-D DEFICIENCY, UV-B, OZONE DEPLETION, CRYPTOSPORIDIUM-PARVUM, POPULAR ATTITUDES, CROP PRODUCTION, SUN PROTECTION, US POPULATION, EXPOSURE",
author = "Williamson, {Craig E.} and Zepp, {Richard G.} and Lucas, {Robyn M.} and Sasha Madronich and Austin, {Amy T.} and Ballare, {Carlos L.} and Mary Norval and Barbara Sulzberger and Bais, {Alkiviadis F.} and McKenzie, {Richard L.} and Robinson, {Sharon A.} and Donat-P. Haeder and Paul, {Nigel D.} and Bornman, {Janet F.}",
year = "2014",
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language = "English",
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pages = "434--441",
journal = "Nature Climate Change",
issn = "1758-678X",
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AU - Williamson, Craig E.

AU - Zepp, Richard G.

AU - Lucas, Robyn M.

AU - Madronich, Sasha

AU - Austin, Amy T.

AU - Ballare, Carlos L.

AU - Norval, Mary

AU - Sulzberger, Barbara

AU - Bais, Alkiviadis F.

AU - McKenzie, Richard L.

AU - Robinson, Sharon A.

AU - Haeder, Donat-P.

AU - Paul, Nigel D.

AU - Bornman, Janet F.

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AB - The projected large increases in damaging ultraviolet radiation as a result of global emissions of ozone-depleting substances have been forestalled by the success of the Montreal Protocol. New challenges are now arising in relation to climate change. We highlight the complex interactions between the drivers of climate change and those of stratospheric ozone depletion, and the positive and negative feedbacks among climate, ozone and ultraviolet radiation. These will result in both risks and benefits of exposure to ultraviolet radiation for the environment and human welfare. This Review synthesizes these new insights and their relevance in a world where changes in climate as well as in stratospheric ozone are altering exposure to ultraviolet radiation with largely unknown consequences for the biosphere.

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KW - VITAMIN-D DEFICIENCY

KW - UV-B

KW - OZONE DEPLETION

KW - CRYPTOSPORIDIUM-PARVUM

KW - POPULAR ATTITUDES

KW - CROP PRODUCTION

KW - SUN PROTECTION

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