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Publikationstyp: Zeitschriftenaufsatz
Dokumentart: Originalarbeit

Publikationsjahr: 2017

AutorInnen: Schmalwieser, AW; Gröbner, J; Blumthaler, M; Klotz, B; De Backer, H; Bolsée, D; Werner, R; Tomsic, D; Metelka, L; Eriksen, P; Jepsen, N; Aun, M; Heikkilä, A; Duprat, T; Sandmann, H; Weiss, T; Bais, A; Toth, Z; Siani, AM; Vaccaro, L; Diémoz, H; Grifoni, D; Zipoli, G; Lorenzetto, G; Petkov, BH; di Sarra, AG; Massen, F; Yousif, C; Aculinin, AA; den Outer, P; Svendby, T; Dahlback, A; Johnsen, B; Biszczuk-Jakubowska, J; Krzyscin, J; Henriques, D; Chubarova, N; Kolarž, P; Mijatovic, Z; Groselj, D; Pribullova, A; Gonzales, JRM; Bilbao, J; Guerrero, JMV; Serrano, A; Andersson, S; Vuilleumier, L; Webb, A; O"Hagan, J

Titel: UV Index monitoring in Europe.

Quelle: Photochem Photobiol Sci. 2017; 16(9):1349-1370

Autor/innen der Vetmeduni Vienna:

Schmalwieser Alois

Beteiligte Vetmed-Organisationseinheiten
Abteilung für Physiologie und Biophysik

The UV Index was established more than 20 years ago as a tool for sun protection and health care. Shortly after its introduction, UV Index monitoring started in several countries either by newly acquired instruments or by converting measurements from existing instruments into the UV Index. The number of stations and networks has increased over the years. Currently, 160 stations in 25 European countries deliver online values to the public via the Internet. In this paper an overview of these UV Index monitoring sites in Europe is given. The overview includes instruments as well as quality assurance and quality control procedures. Furthermore, some examples are given about how UV Index values are presented to the public. Through these efforts, 57% of the European population is supplied with high quality information, enabling them to adapt behaviour. Although health care, including skin cancer prevention, is cost-effective, a proportion of the European population still doesn"t have access to UV Index information.

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