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95653

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Robinson, S. (2014). The ozone hole leaves a lasting impression on southern climate. The Conversation, 18 November 1-3.

Abstract

Many people think of sunburn and skin cancer when they hear about the ozone hole. But more ultraviolet (UV) radiation isn't the only problem. The ozone hole has also led to dramatic changes in Southern Hemisphere weather patterns. These in turn are altering natural ecosystems and food production. These climate changes are likely having a similar if not greater impact than more UV radiation.

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