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chapter news Southeast Wyoming during September and October. Some years showed The second meeting of the 1992/93 year was held that the lack of ozone was less pronounced. 27 October at Laramie County Community College in Deshler did say that it is too soon to make serious Cheyenne, Wyoming. Terry Deshler, assistant profes- judgments about the real long-term effects of ozone sor of atmospheric sciences at the University of Wyo- depletion. The presentation ended with a slide show of ming, was the speaker for the evening. His presenta- some of the scenic aspects of Antarctica and the South tion was on ozone depletion over Antarctica and the Pole. The stratospheric cloud photographs were quite impact of the recent volcanic aerosols. Deshler ex- a highlight with the audience. plained what ozone was, and the chemical processes that create and destroy ozone. He also explained the City College of New York role of the University of Wyoming in the study of ozone Nick Gregory, TV meteorologist at Fox channel 5, over Antarctica. McMurdo, Antarctica, is the station New York City, was the featured speaker at an early where scientists complete their ozone studies. spring meeting. He spoke on some of the difficulties of http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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Southeast Wyoming during September and October. Some years showed The second meeting of the 1992/93 year was held that the lack of ozone was less pronounced. 27 October at Laramie County Community College in Deshler did say that it is too soon to make serious Cheyenne, Wyoming. Terry Deshler, assistant profes- judgments about the real long-term effects of ozone sor of atmospheric sciences at the University of Wyo- depletion. The presentation ended with a slide show of ming, was the speaker for the evening. His presenta- some of the scenic aspects of Antarctica and the South tion was on ozone depletion over Antarctica and the Pole. The stratospheric cloud photographs were quite impact of the recent volcanic aerosols. Deshler ex- a highlight with the audience. plained what ozone was, and the chemical processes that create and destroy ozone. He also explained the City College of New York role of the University of Wyoming in the study of ozone Nick Gregory, TV meteorologist at Fox channel 5, over Antarctica. McMurdo, Antarctica, is the station New York City, was the featured speaker at an early where scientists complete their ozone studies. spring meeting. He spoke on some of the difficulties of

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Published: Jan 1, 1993

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