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Action Spectra and Their Key Role in Assessing Biological Consequences of Solar UV-B Radiation Change.
Changing Solar Ultraviolet Climate and the Ecological Consequences for Higher Plants.
Comparative Sensitivity of Binucleate and Trinucleate Pollen to Ultraviolet Radiation: A Theoretical Perspective.
Effects of Clouds on UV-B Radiation.
Effects of Ultraviolet-B Radiation on Loblolly Pine. 1. Growth, Photosynthesis and Pigment Production in Greenhouse-Grown Seedlings.
Leaf UV Optical Properties of 'Rumex patientia' L. and 'Rumex obtusifolius L. in Regard to a Protective Mechanism against Solar UV-B Radiation Injury.
Linkages between climate change and stratospheric ozone depletion /
Mechanisms of Plant Resistance to Increased Solar Ultraviolet-B Radiation.
Model YMT-6 UV-B modulation system. : Manual of operation /
Modulated Lamp System for Solar-UV-B(280-320nm) Supplementation Studies in the Field.
North American Interagency Intercomparison of Ultraviolet Monitoring Spectroradiometers, 1994.
Potential Impact of Stratospheric Ozone Depletion on Marine Ecosystems.
Potential Impacts of Increased Solar UV-B on Global Plant Productivity.
Response of Estuarine Diatom Assemblages to Ultraviolet-B Radiation (290-320 nm).
Scientific linkages in global change /
United States Environmental Prtoection Agency's stratospheric ozone research program /
UV Monitoring Program at US EPA.
UV-B Effects on Terrestrial Plants.
Workshop on Monitoring the Effects of UV-B Radiation. Held in Washington, D.C. on June 21-23, 1989.
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