Researchers discover 'first ever' ozone hole in Arctic stratosphere

An unusually long and stable cold spell caused serious destruction of the ozone layer over the North Pole, according to an international research team

Polar stratospheric clouds, Arctic (picture: Lamont Poole, NASA Langley Research Center)
Polar stratospheric clouds, Arctic (picture: Lamont Poole, NASA Langley Research Center)

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