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Ozone hole could be lesser of two evils

A new study in the Journal of Physical Chemistrysuggests that the chemicals that helped solve a global environmental crisis in the 1990s – the hole in Earth’s protective ozone layer – may be making another problem – acid rain – worse. The chemicals in question, known as hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs), replaced the ozone-destroying chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) once […]

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Ozone hole closure not so cool




Using a new global aerosol model and two decades of meteorological data, University of Leeds climatologists have discovered a feedback effect related to the ozone hole’s closure that could actually increase warming in the southern hemisphere. The hole in the ozone layer above the Antarctic was once regarded as one of the biggest environmental threats, […]




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Climatologists Mull Side-Effects Of Ozone Hole Closure




Climatologists modeling possible weather patterns that may occur when the ozone hole closes – projected to be sometime in the second half of the 21st century – say that its closure may significantly affect the climate in the Southern Hemisphere, with flow-on effects that will be felt all over the planet. Thanks to the Montreal […]




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