UV-B


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UV-B

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UVB

abbreviation for
(General Physics) ultraviolet radiation with a range of 280–315 nanometres
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2]) in the UY-A (315 nm to 400 nm) or UV-B (280 nm to 315 nm) regions as in the case of solar irradiation; a single wavelength dose or exposure (J/[cm.
Dramatic changes have been shown to occur in lake ecosystems exposed to the same intensities of UV-B as those found in eastern Canada today.
The concern is how much UV-B (wavelengths in the 280-to-320-nanometer spectral band) might reach earth's surface.