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NOAA's South Pole Ozone Update Oct 1, 2012

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Published on Oct 1, 2012

Every September and October (springtime in the Antarctic) a hole forms in the protective ozone layer over the South Pole. NOAA scientists explain why it forms, how NOAA monitors and studies ozone loss, and why it matters. Video produced by Will von Dauster and Katy Human, NOAA.

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