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Has the hole in the ozone moved lately?



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The ozone layer is getting a little thinner over the whole surface of the earth. If you want detailed info on ozone monitoring, read the note on NASA environmental data - they have detailed reports that you can read while you are linked to NEWTON.

Don Libby



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