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South Pole's ozone hole shrinks to smallest since discovery
by Seth Borenstein, AP Science Writer
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22 October 2019
On 22 October 2019 The Associated Press reported:
The ozone hole near the south pole this year is the smallest since it was discovered, but it is more due to freakish Antarctic weather than efforts to cut down on pollution, NASA reported. 'That's really good news,' NASA scientist Paul Newman said Tuesday [22 October]. 'That means more ozone over the hemisphere, less ultraviolet radiation at the surface.' Earth's ozone layer shields life on the surface from harmful solar radiation ...
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