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Nationality  British
Name  Joe Farman
Died  May 11, 2013, Cambridge


Born  7 August 1930 (1930-08-07)
Institutions  University of Cambridge British Antarctic Survey British Army
Alma mater  Corpus Christi College, Cambridge
Known for  Discovery of Antarctic Ozone hole
Education  Corpus Christi College, Cambridge
Books  Measurements of Radiation at the Argentine Islands and Halley Bay, 1963-72
Notable awards  Order of the British Empire, Appleton Medal and Prize

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Joseph Charles Farman CBE (7 August 1930 – 11 May 2013) was a British geophysicist who worked for the British Antarctic Survey. Together with Brian Gardiner and Jon Shanklin, he published the discovery of the ozone hole over Antarctica. Their results were first published on 16 May 1985.

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Education

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He was educated at Norwich School, where he was a prefect in Coke House, and Corpus Christi College, Cambridge where he gained an undergraduate degree in Natural Sciences.

Awards

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He received numerous honours for this discovery, including the Society of Chemical Industry (SCI) Environment Medal, The Chree Medal and Prize, membership of the Global 500 Roll of Honour, and a CBE in the 2000 New Year Honours.


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References

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