The largest ozone hole has dragged on the Arctic. Scientists at the Copernicus Air Monitoring Institute found out only a month ago.
This is reported by the NPF, referring to the portal DonPress
A study by the Copernican Institute for Atmospheric Monitoring has reported that one of the largest ozone holes has disappeared over the Arctic. Scientists say it was one of the largest ozone holes in the history of sightings.
Doctrine is trying to find out what caused the disappearance of the ozone hole. At the same time, scientists are in no rush to conclude that the restrictions associated with the coronavirus could affect the delay of the ozone hole.
Scientists have yet to find out what caused the disappearance of the largest ozone hole in the history of observations.
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