Ozone Depletion

World of Change: Antarctic Ozone Hole

The stratospheric ozone layer protects life on Earth by absorbing ultraviolet light, which damages DNA in plants and animals (including humans) and leads to sunburns and skin cancer. (NASA).

Climate Prediction Center’s Stratosphere Home Page

NOAA organization’s UV Index forecasts and maps of stratospheric ozone depletion, daily hemispheric ozone, and stratospheric temperature time series.

Atmospheric Chemistry Research Group

The Centre for Atmospheric Science is a joint venture within the University of Cambridge between the University Departments of Chemistry, Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics and Geography. Post-doctoral researchers and students from the UK and abroad carry out world-leading research with international collaborations.

Is There a Connection Between the Ozone Hole and Global Warming?

Ozone (O3) depletion does not cause global warming, but both of these environmental problems have a common cause: human activities that release pollutants into the atmosphere altering it. Article from the Union of Concerned Scientists.

Thirty Years After Montreal Pact, Solving the Ozone Problem Remains Elusive

Despite a ban on chemicals like chlorofluorocarbons, the ozone hole over Antarctica remains nearly as large as it did when the Montreal Protocol was signed in 1987. Scientists now warn of new threats to the ozone layer,.. (YaleEnvironment360).