John Kerr posted in atmospheric chemistry • CFCs • chlorofluorocarbons • montreal protocol • ozone • ozone hole • pollution on July 1st, 2016.
After persisting for decades, the hole in the ozone layer over Antarctica has begun to ‘heal’, exhibiting an ozone increase. New research from US and UK researchers, published in Science, reports that international efforts to control ozone-depleting chemicals are paying off. Regular and consistent increases in ozone have been detected using several different methods, giving […]
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