Scientific Assessment of Ozone Depletion 2018: Organization Chart

UNEP/WMO Scientific Assessment Panel of the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer

Coordinating Lead Authors

David W. Fahey

Director, Chemical Sciences Division, NOAA Earth System Research Lab, USA

Paul A. Newman

Chief Scientist for Atmospheric Sciences, NASA-Goddard, USA

John Pyle

Chair, Department of Chemistry, University of Cambridge, U.K.

Bonfils Safari

Chair, Department of Physics, University of Rwanda, Butare

Scientific Steering Committee

Martyn Chipperfield

University of Leeds, U.K.

David Karoly

University of Melbourne, Australia

Doug Kinnison

National Center for Atmospheric Research, USA

Malcolm Ko

NASA-Langley, USA

Michelle Santee

NASA Jet Propulsion Lab, USA

Lead Authors

Chapter 1: Ozone-depleting substances

Andreas Engel

Goethe-University, Germany

Matt Rigby

University of Bristol, UK

Chapter 2: Hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs)

Steve Montzka

NOAA Earth System Research Lab, USA

Guus Velders

RIVM, Netherlands

Chapter 3: Global stratospheric ozone: Past, present & future

Peter Braesicke

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany

Jessica Neu

NASA Jet Propulsion Lab, USA

Chapter 4: Polar stratospheric ozone: Past, present & future

Ulrike Langematz

Free University of Berlin, Germany

Matt Tully

Bureau of Meteorology, Australia

Chapter 5: Stratospheric ozone changes and climate

Amanda Maycock

Leeds University, UK

Alexey Karpechko

Finnish Meteorological Institute, Finland

Chapter 6: Scenarios and information for policymakers

Lucy Carpenter

University of York, UK

John Daniel

NOAA Earth System Research Lab, USA

Assessment Coordinator

Sarah J. Doherty

JISAO, University of Washington, USA