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Ozone Depletion is the alleged chemical destruction of the stratospheric ozone layer beyond natural reactions.
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'''Ozone depletion''' is the alleged chemical destruction of the stratospheric [[ozone layer]] beyond natural reactions.
  
Stratospheric ozone is constantly being created and destroyed through natural cycles. Various ozone-depleting substances ([[ODS]]), however, accelerate the destruction processes, resulting in lower than normal ozone levels.
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Stratospheric [[ozone]] is constantly being created and destroyed through natural cycles. Various ozone-depleting substances ([[ODS]]), however, accelerate the destruction processes, resulting in lower than normal ozone levels.
  
 
The [[EPA]] provides its view of ozone depletion [http://www.epa.gov/ozone/science/index.html here].
 
The [[EPA]] provides its view of ozone depletion [http://www.epa.gov/ozone/science/index.html here].
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[[Category:Climate Change]]

Latest revision as of 15:20, June 28, 2016

Ozone depletion is the alleged chemical destruction of the stratospheric ozone layer beyond natural reactions.

Stratospheric ozone is constantly being created and destroyed through natural cycles. Various ozone-depleting substances (ODS), however, accelerate the destruction processes, resulting in lower than normal ozone levels.

The EPA provides its view of ozone depletion here.