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UV & You

Richard McKenzie

Postings about the intersection of UV radiation, climate, and health, by atmospheric physicist Dr. Richard McKenzie.

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Latest Issues

Recent posts by this newsletter. Browse the email archive.

Broken records and climate skeptics

In a recent posting, I showed the dramatic increase in ocean heat content over recent decades. But we don’t live in the oceans. Although they are a better indicator of the problem (because of their huge inertia which averages out short-term...

14 days ago
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UV dosimeter badges

If you really want to know how much UV your skin is getting exposed to, you need to wear a device that measures it during your normal day-to-day activities. A couple of my colleagues here in New Zealand - Martin Allen and Zim Sherman - have...

21 days ago
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Some good news at last

> Welcome new readers! I must thank several of my regulars for pointing out some typos in paragraphs 1 & 4 of my last post. The corrected version is here. See if you can spot the differences. I’ve put them in italics to make it easier. Inci...

a month ago
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UV damage & skin colour

A table in my recent post about the time for skin damage by UV for different skin included the clipping below, which implies that the sensitivity of white skin to UV damage is between 5 and 7.5 times greater than for black skin.

a month ago
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  • Richard McKenzie

    Atmospheric research physicist and writer with interests in ozone and UV radiation, its variability, its health and environmental impacts, and its interactions with climate change.

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