Monthly Archives: August 2018

OZONE HOLE REMAINS A GLOBAL THREAT, DESPITE OUR BEST EFFORTS

30 JUL 2018 The headlines in recent months read like an international eco-thriller. At Mauna Loa Observatory, perched high on a Hawaiian volcano, researchers measure unusual levels of CFC-11 in the atmosphere. The measurements baffle the scientific community: CFC-11, a potent ozone-depleting gas, has been carefully monitored since it was banned under …

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