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Meteorologists are now concerned with problems; such as, acid rain caused by sulfur emissions from power plants, depletion of the ozone layer by fluorocarbon emissions, and global warming believed to be a result of increasing concentrations of carbon dioxide and other radiatively active trace gases.

Meteorologists no longer concern themselves solely with the atmosphere because the various aspects of global changes require that the atmosphere, the oceans, and the biosphere be treated as interacting parts of the climate system.

—James R. Holton, Professor of Atmospheric Sciences,
University of Washington.
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