The depleted area of the ozone layer over the Antarctic was slightly smaller than last year and generally continued the overall shrinking trend of recent years.
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The ozone hole over the Antarctic that was first spotted in 1985, is one of the largest of recent years.
‘Record-breaking’ ozone hole opens over the Arctic caused by freezing temperatures in in the stratosphere.
NASA and NOAA scientists just reported that abnormal weather patterns in the upper atmosphere over Antarctica dramatically limited ozone depletion in September and October, resulting in the
We can now heal the Ozone Hole. NASA sees definitive evidence of the Montreal Protocol’s success.
NASA: Earth’s Ozone Hole is the smallest since 1988.
Good news for the planet! The same international agreement that successfully put the ozone layer on the road to recovery is now being used to address climate
The ozone hole over Antarctica grew relatively large in 2015. On October 2, 2015, the hole had reached its largest single-day area for the year.
Finally, scientists have some good news about the ozone layer, about the environment.
International cooperation on ozone-depleting chemicals, that helped after decades the recovery of the ozone layer over Antarctica, stops changes in Southern Hemisphere winds.