In summary, the chemistry of the stratosphere and the effects of anthropogenic perturbations on it have a rich history, with new chemistry that continues to unfold. For reviews of various aspects of the chemistry and history, see Cicerone (1981, 1987), Rowland (1989, 1992,1993), Molina (1991), Rowland and Molina (1994), Toohey (1995), Brasseur et al. (1995), chapters by Li et al. (1995a), Anderson, and Sander et al. in the book edited by Barker (1995), chapters by Brune, Middle-brook and Tolbert, Wilson, and Brasseur et al. in the book edited by Macalady (1998), and the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) 1995 and 1999 reports "Scientific Assessment of Ozone Depletion."

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