Cochairs, Steering Committee, Lead Authors and Chapter Editors

2014 Ozone Assessment cover

Scientific Assessment of Ozone Depletion: 2014

World Meteorological Organization Global Ozone Research and Monitoring Project - Report No. 55

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

National Aeronautics and Space Administration

United Nations Environment Programme

World Meteorological Organization

European Commission



Cochairs

Ayité-Lô Nohende Ajavon
North-South Environment, Togo

Paul A. Newman
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, USA

John A. Pyle
National Centre for Atmospheric Science, UK and University of Cambridge, UK

A.R. Ravishankara
Colorado State University and NOAA ESRL Chemical Sciences Division, USA

Scientific Steering Committee

Ayité-Lô Nohende Ajavon
North-South Environment, Togo

David Karoly
University of Melbourne, Australia

Malcolm K. Ko
NASA Langley Research Center, USA

Paul A. Newman
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, USA

John A. Pyle
National Centre for Atmospheric Science, UK and University of Cambridge, UK

A.R. Ravishankara
Colorado State University and NOAA ESRL Chemical Sciences Division, USA

Theodore G. Shepherd
University of Reading, Department of Meteorology, UK

Susan Solomon
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Department of Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences, USA

Chapters, Lead Authors and Chapter Editors

Chapter 1: Update on ODSs and Other Gases of Interest to the Montreal Protocol

Lucy J. Carpenter
University of York, UK

Stefan Reimann
Empa, Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology, Switzerland

Andreas Engel
Goethe University Frankfurt, Institute for Atmospheric and Environmental Sciences, Germany

Stephen A. Montzka
NOAA ESRL Global Monitoring Division, USA

Chapter 2: Update on Global Ozone: Past, Present, and Future

Steven Pawson
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, USA

Wolfgang Steinbrecht
Deutscher Wetterdienst, Hohenpeissenberg, Germany

Vitali E. Fioletov
Environment Canada, Measurements and Analysis Research Section, Canada

Ulrike Langematz
Freie Universität Berlin,Institut fuür Meteorologie, Germany

Chapter 3: Polar Ozone: Past, Present, and Future

Martin Dameris
Deutsches Zentrum fuür Luft- und Raumfahrt (DLR), Institut fuür Physik der Atmosphaäre, Germany

Sophie Godin-Beekmann
Universiteé de Versailles Saint-Quentin; Sorbonne Universiteés, UPMC Univ. Paris 06; CNRS / INSU; OVSQ-LATMOS, France

Slimane Bekki
Sorbonne Universiteés, UPMC Univ. Paris 06; Universiteé Versailles St-Quentin; CNRS / INSU; LA TMOS-IPSL, France

Judith Perlwitz
CIRES-University of Colorado / NOAA ESRL Physical Sciences Division, USA

Chapter 4: Stratospheric Ozone Changes and Climate

Julie M. Arblaster
Australian Bureau of Meteorology, Australia and National Center for Atmospheric Research, USA

Nathan P. Gillett
Environment Canada, Canada

Lesley J. Gray
National Centre for Atmospheric Science, UK and University of Oxford, UK

David W.J. Thompson
Colorado State University, USA

Chapter 5: Scenarios, Information, and Options for Policymakers

Neil R.P. Harris
University of Cambridge, UK

Donald J. Wuebbles
University of Illinois, USA

Mack McFarland
DuPont Chemicals & Fluoroproducts, USA

Guus J.M. Velders
National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM), The Netherlands

Twenty Questions and Answers About the Ozone Layer: 2014 Update

Michaela I. Hegglin
University of Reading, UK

Coordinating Editor

Christine A. Ennis
CIRES-University of Colorado / NOAA ESRL Chemical Sciences Division, USA