Peter Griffin posted in antarctic • arctic • CFCs • montreal protocol • ozone • ozone hole • skin cancer • uv radiation on May 29th, 2015.
The Montreal Protocol has prevented a supersized Antarctic ozone hole and a ‘full blown’ Arctic ozone hole, a new study has revealed. Scientists have modelled what the ozone layer would have looked like if ozone-damaging chemicals, known as chloroflurocarbons (CFCs), had not been banned by the 1989 Montreal Protocol. The research, published in Nature Communications this week, has predicted that […]
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