The Hole In The Ozone Layer Is The Biggest In The Last Decade



The hole in the ozone layer over the Antarctic is one of the largest and deepest in recent years, according to new data. The World Meteorological Organization has announced that the ozone hole above Antarctica grew rapidly from mid-August and peaked at around 24 million square kilometers (over 9.2 million square miles) in early October – that’s an area larger than Russia. Along with the help of the Copernicus Atmospheric Monitoring Service, NASA, Environment and Climate Change Canada, they currently estimate the hole covers 23 million square kilometers (8.8...

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