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Monitoring the Atmospheric Environment

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Abstract

It is a good scientific principle to begin a paper by defining the terms which are being used: in the present case, ‘atmosphere’, ‘monitoring’, and‘environment’.

Keywords

Atmospheric Environment Atmospheric Pollution Ozone Layer Total Ozone Technical Committee 
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© Nicholas Polunin 1972

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