Posted by: Michael Ritter PhD | October 6, 2006

Antarctic ozone hole is worst ever recorded, UN reports


The United Nations meteorological agency recently reported that this year’s (2006) Antarctic ozone hole is the largest on record and registering the largest depletion ever measured of naturally occurring stratospheric ozone.

Read article at the U.N. News Centre
TPE Link – Ozone

Image courtesy NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

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