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2002 UV workshop



The presented papers are arranged by the workshop programme. 

Day One: Ozone & UV Radiation
B.J. Connor et al. The Antarctic ozone hole and its impact on NZ
G.E. Bodeker A New Zealand perspective on global ozone
K.G. Ryan et al. Solar erythemal UV radiation at New Zealand centres of population (poster)
R.L. McKenzie UV in NZ in relation to other locations
J. Sabburg et al. Comparison of UV effects between Brisbane, Australia and Lauder, NZ
M. Kumar & R.L. McKenzie Is UV in the tropical Pacific greater than in NZ?
G.E. Bodeker et al. A UV Atlas for NZ
J.B. Liley & B.W. Forgan Aerosols over NZ in relation to other sites
G. Pfister et al. Cloud climatology for NZ and implications for radiation fields
S.E. Nichol et al. The effect of clouds and surface albedo on the UV in the Antarctic
M.S. Jones Effects of UV radiation on building materials
B.J. Connor et al. Predictions of future ozone levels
A. Handley International agreements relating to ozone-depleting substances and current policy/enforcement issues
A.R. Reisinger From Montreal to Kyoto – can we learn some lessons?
A.R. Reisinger Integrating ozone and UV research with climate change
Day Two: UV Impacts on Plants, Animals, & Ecosystems
I. Hawes UV transparency in NZ lakes and the impact of UV on freshwater zooplankton and benthic plants
D.J. Kelly & M.L. Bothwell Effects of solar UV radiation on shallow stream invertebrates
C.W. Hickey et al. Sensitivity of native freshwater fish and invertebrate species and the role of photoprotectant slime
R. Davies-Colley Stream shading and UV exposure
M.J. Ahrens & C.W. Hickey UV-photoactivation of PAHs and the sensitivity of sediment-dwelling estuarine organisms
P.J. Neale Quantifying the effects of ultraviolet radiation on phytoplankton: Comparisons between Chesapeake Bay and Antarctica (Southern Ocean )
K.G. Ryan et al. Antarctic algae and UV-B
B.M. Peake et al. UV radiation and the production of reactive oxygen species (ROS) in aquatic environments
J.E. Hunt & T.M. McSeveny Seasonal changes of UV-absorbing compounds in the leaves of two native trees
B.R. Jordan Molecular responses of plant cells to UV-B radiation
C.L. Hunt et al. UV-B radiation effects on NZ grassland
K. Riedel The effect of UV-radiation on photo-oxidants and formaldehyde in the atmosphere
D.M. Suckling Getting the most out of biopesticides in horticulture: understanding the role of UV
Day Three: Human Health Effects
C. Watts et al. A cover-up story: the Cancer Society Melanoma Prevention Programme
P. Gies et al. UV exposure from sunlight compared with industrial sources: implications for the development of Aust/NZ standards for UV protection
S. Dobbinson et al. Trends in sun protection: Use of sunscreen, hats and clothing over the past decade in Melbourne, Australia
C. Saunders et al. Public perception and valuation of UV health risks: a comparison across low and high risk countries
A.-L. Ponsonby et al. Ultraviolet radiation and organ-specific autoimmune disease: insights from epidemiological research
A.I. Reeder & R. Richards Media and public use of the UV index in NZ
R.L. McKenzie & J.A. Renwick UV Index to the public
C.Y. Guy Ultraviolet radiation exposure of children and adolescents in Durban, South Africa
M.G. Kimlin & A.V. Parisi The use of real-time ultraviolet radiation data to modify the UV exposure of primary schoolchildren
A.V. Parisi Effects of tree shade on solar ultraviolet exposures to humans
C.A. Mackay & M. Donn Sunshade practice in NZ primary schools
J. Greenwood Designing sun safe environments