All about Antarctica from someone who has been there once. I hope to go back to write a book with the same name as this blog.
Monday, January 5, 2009
Antarctic Mountains Causing Ozone Depletion
Here is an interesting article about ozone depletion in Antarctica. The new research suggests that the Antarctic mountains are contributing to the ozone depletion and I guess why the ozone hole is in that region. The mountains cause high clouds called polar stratospheric clouds to be formed, which is supposedly the only way ozone depletion is caused (i.e. only on the surface of these clouds or due to these clouds).
Posted by wildcat1001 at 11:56 AM
Labels: news, ozone hole
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