The current state of the ozone situation is reported by the Greenpeace environmental organisation, and there is a list of Frequently Asked Questions ( FAQs ) related to the Antartic Ozone hole, the ozone layer, stratospheric chlorine and bromine + UV effects and is pretty comprehensive. Cambridge University has a page that links to British Antarctic Survey (BAS) reports of the situation, a monthly variations chart, and TOMS images of the Northern and Southern hemispheres (via the Univ. Reading link rather than the other (Maryland ?) that doesn't work). Finally another couple of TOMS images are available via the ICAIR page which also has a comprehensive article on ozone loss and a monthly variations chart.
Atmospheric Temperature Profiles Layers in the Earths Atmosphere (Troposhere, Stratosphere, Mesosphere, Ionosphere. Like-wise for Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune.
Origin of Terrestrial Atmospheres Composition of the atmosphere's of the planets, potential theories of atmospheric sources, planetary formation.
Evolution of Atmospheres Earth, Venusian, Martian atmospheric evolution.
Wet Air Entropy, vertical air motion, hydrostatic equation for wet air, cloud formation. Droplet growth, thunder.
Atmospheric dynamics Equations of motion in a rotating frame of motion, winds, pressure systems, circulation systems, comparison of the planets, model of the weather on Mars today.
Ionospheres Ionization layers (D, E, F1, F2), recombination, Chapman layer, Earth, Venus & Mars.
Magnetospheres Solar Wind, Plasma, Parker Spiral, Non-magnetic/ magnetic body, presure balance, Electric fields, Radiation Belts, Aurorae.
Atmospheric Loss Mechanisms Thermal Escape (Jeans escape mechanism), Non-thermal mechanisms, Ion escape, electric fields.
Observational Techniques How is information obtained ? Ground, balloon, sounding rockets, Satellite instrumentation, remote sensing, occultation.
Global Warming Is the planet warming up ? Human Activity, Oceanic Reservoirs, Consequences, Feedback mechanisms.