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2006 UV workshop



The presented papers are arranged by the workshop programme.

Day One - Ozone, climate, and UV exposure
Mary-Anne Macleod The regulatory process and Linkages between the Montreal Protocol and the Kyoto Protocol Ozone, UV and Climate
Andrew Matthews Parallels and contrasts between the science of Ozone Depletion and Climate Change
Greg Bodeker UV Atlas version 2. What you get for your money
Brian Connor Global ozone and its variability
Stephen Wood Antarctic ozone depletion: update and effects on NZ
Ben Liley Global dimming, clouds and aerosols
Richard McKenzie Implications of the large geographical and temporal variability in UV radiation
Stuart Larsen Variability of UVB and global cloud cover
Stuart Henderson Measurements of Solar UVR at Australian Antarctic Stations
Cara Dunford Long-term trends in erythemal UV at New Zealand centres of population
John Javorniczky Measurement of the UVR Exposures of Expeditioners on Antarctic Resupply Voyages
Lilia Lemus-Deschamps UV Index: Forecast and Media Weather Reports
Richard Turner UVI forecasts with clouds
Kathy Nield Traceable Ultraviolet Measurements in New Zealand
Day Two - Impacts and Protective strategies
Steven Rusak Trends in hydrogen peroxide levels in relation to solar radiation in the water of Leith
Miles Lamare Can Antarctic Marine Embryos and Larvae Repair UV-damaged DNA Fast Enough
Anna Kilimnik Possible novel UV protectants from fish waste and by-catch
Ben Liley Where on Earth is the highest UV?
Rainer Hofmann Responses of pasture plants to UV-B radiation
John Hunt The effects of UVB radiation on southern temperate forests
Nick Marston Effects of UV Radiation on Building Materials
Michael Kimlin The duality dilemma of human UV exposure
Tim Green Vitamin D status of New Zealand children
Murray Skeaff Vitamin D status of New Zealand adults
Robert Scragg Vitamin D and diabetes
Angelika Anders Laser based investigations of UV effects on human skin
Cheryl Wilson Protection from solar UV radiation – how important is what you wear and how you wear it?
Peter Gies Assessment of the UVR Protection Provided by Different Tree Species
Christina Mackay Design of UV-protective spaces
John Greenwood Shade – the missing piece in the skin cancer protection puzzle
Day Three - Human Effects and Public Advisories
Alfio Parisi Solar UV Dosimetry
Merv Meinhardt Tunable lasers – investigating UV effects with monochromatic light
Karl Schulmeister Photochromic cards for indication of solar UVR
Robyn Lucas The global burden of disease due to ultraviolet radiation
Wendy Billingsley Bridging the gap between science and behaviour: the case of the Ultraviolet Index
Martin Allen UV exposure on New Zealand ski-fields
Tony Reeder Territorial Authorities' sun protection policies and practices in New Zealand
Caradee Wright Summer UV radiation exposure of New Zealand school children
Jan Jopson How SunSmart are NZ primary schools?
Geri Henry Attitude changes towards suntanning 1994-2003


The following posters were on display throughout the workshop.

Peter Gies Inter-comparison of Solar Spectral Irradiance Measurements in Melbourne
William Grant The importance of solar ultraviolet-B irradiance and vitamin D in reducing the risk of cancer in Australia and New Zealand
John Hamlin Longterm calibration of a New Zealand erythemal sensor network
Paul Johnston Seasonal and Geographic Variation of Vitamin D Producing Radiation in New Zealand
Mike Kotkamp UV Spectral Irradiance measurements at Lauder, New Zealand
Robyn Lucas Vitamin D, UVR and three autoimmune diseases: an update
William Olds Availability of Vitamin D UV and a "Vitamin D index" for public UV exposure advice
Steven Rusak Steady state hydrogen peroxide concentrations across the Subtropical Convergence east of New Zealand
John Robinson Example of a practical UV Index display
Paul Salmon Extreme levels of melanoma and melanoma in situ in New Zealand: is ozone depletion to blame?
Marko Weber Solar UVR exposure of outdoor workers (tinsmiths) in Austria