Chapter 1. Long-Lived Compounds (Cathy Clerbaux and Derek Cunnold)
Chapter 2. Halogenated Very Short-Lived Substances (Katherine S. Law and William T. Sturges)
Chapter 3. Global Ozone: Past and Present (Martyn P. Chipperfield and Vitali E. Fioletov)
Chapter 4. Polar Ozone: Past and Present (Paul A. Newman and Markus Rex)
Chapter 5. Climate-Ozone Connections (Mark P. Baldwin and Martin Dameris)
Chapter 6. The Ozone Layer in the 21st Century (Greg Bodeker and Darryn W. Waugh)
Chapter 7. Surface Ultraviolet Radiation: Past, Present, and Future (Alkiviadis F. Bais and Dan Lubin)
Chapter 8. Halocarbon Scenarios, Ozone Depletion Potentials, and Global Warming Potentials (John S. Daniel and Guus J.M. Velders)
Technical Note: The graphics and PowerPoint files included on the distributed CD contained errors.
For all users, some problems were discovered with the "Twenty Questions and Answers" PowerPoint files on the CD, located in the folder titled "Q&A Figures." New PowerPoint files are available on the "Twenty Questions and Answers About Ozone: 2006 Update" webpage. Alternatively, Windows users may successfully insert the jpeg files on the CD into PowerPoint files.
Additionally for Mac users, some problems were discovered with many of the jpeg files for both the Chapters and the Twenty Questions and Answers, especially when importing into PowerPoint. If experiencing any problems with a jpeg file, select one of two ways to obtain a useable jpeg. 1) Download the figure here from the collection of chapter figures webpage. 2) Correct the jpeg with the following procedure... Open the jpeg file into Preview and save it as a PDF file. The resulting pdf file may be inserted into PowerPoint, or used like any other pdf file.