6 edition of What If the Hole in the Ozone Layer Grows Larger? (High Interest Books) found in the catalog.
by Children"s Press (CT)
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||48|
In the early s, scientists began to realize that CFCs were creating a thin spot—a hole—in the ozone layer over Antarctica every spring. This series of satellite images shows the ozone hole on the day of its maximum depth each year from through Author: Rebecca Lindsey. There are many solutions that are in reach in stopping the depletion of the ozone. Holly Cefrey, author of the book titled, (Cofrey, ) “What if the Hole in the Ozone Layer Grows Larger? ” offers that, “All things in the universe are made up of one or more forms of matter”.
Nov 11, · The hole in the ozone layer over Antarctica is nearing record-breaking size again, scientists say. In fact, new observations show that the infamous "ozone hole" is Author: Elizabeth Newbern. Dec 11, · The Incredible Shrinking Ozone Hole The larger vortex amounted to a larger arena for the destruction of ozone, resulting in the record-size hole. but measurements show that CFC concentrations in the stratosphere have leveled off and in the lowest layer of the atmosphere, the troposphere, CFC concentrations have started to decline.
Jul 01, · Technically, the depleted area is not a hole, but rather a large region of the stratosphere — in some years, it is larger than the North American continent — where the concentration of ozone. Sep 16, · Atmospheric scientists have recently determined that the hole in the ozone layer above Antarctica grew as big as it ever were this August, prompting speculations as to what may be the maisonneuve-group.com: Tudor Vieru.
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Get this from a library. What if the hole in the ozone layer grows larger?. [Holly Cefrey] -- Introduces environmental issues relating to the causes and effects of the hole in the ozone layer. Oct 09, · Hole In Ozone Layer Is Growing Larger. The hole that opens in the ozone layer over Antarctica each southern spring formed earlier and grew bigger this year than at any time since.
Grade These hi/lo books provide basic introductions to environmental problems related to the Earth's atmosphere. Cefrey explains the growing hole in the ozone layer, causes of ozone depletion, harmful effects of UV rays, and potential solutions.
She urges readers to take steps to reduce the dangers. Photos and diagrams reinforce the maisonneuve-group.com: Holly Cefrey. Ozone depletion consists of two related events observed since the late s: a steady lowering of about four percent in the total amount of ozone in Earth's atmosphere (the ozone layer), and a much larger springtime decrease in stratospheric ozone around Earth's polar regions.
The latter phenomenon is referred to as the ozone hole. A global thinning of the ozone layer results as ozone-rich air from the remaining ozone layer flows into the ozone-poor areas. Minimum ozone levels in the Antarctic decreased steadily throughout the s, and less dramatic decreases have been found above other areas of the world.
In (and again in and ) the hole reached a record. Gr These hi/lo books provide basic introductions to environmental problems related to the Earth's atmosphere. Cefrey explains the growing hole in the ozone layer, causes of ozone depletion, harmful effects of UV rays, and potential solutions.
She urges readers to take steps to reduce the dangers. Photos and diagrams reinforce the maisonneuve-group.com: Holly Cefrey.
Good news from Antarctica: The hole in the ozone layer is shrinking, new measurements reveal. Ozone is a molecule made of three oxygen atoms. It's relatively highly concentrated in a particular. Air pollution has the ability to affect the earth’s entire ecosystem, as environmental scientists realized when they found direct links between ozone layer destruction and manmade pollutants called CFCs.
To understand the ozone layer, you need to be familiar with the atmosphere as a whole. Earth is surrounded by layers of gas with different temperatures. Like an infection that grows more and more virulent, the continent-size hole in Earth's ozone layer keeps getting bigger and bigger.
Each year since the late s, much of the protective layer of stratospheric ozone above Antarctica has disappeared during September, creating what is popularly known as the ozone hole.
The Antarctic hole now measures about 9 million square miles, nearly the. Also forgotten is a long list of truly ridiculous claims, such as the one from Al Gore's book "Earth in the Balance"that, thanks to the Antarctic ozone hole, "hunters now report finding blind.
Oct 19, · Biggest Ozone Hole Ever If you’re going to Antarctica, put on your sunscreen. According to NASA and NOAA scientists, the ozone hole above the.
Hole In Ozone Layer Grows. Share; Tweet In the hole in the ozone layer was the largest ever observed, Shindell says. "It was larger than the whole continent of North America," he says.
The hole in Earth’s ozone layer that forms over Antarctica each September grew to about million square miles in before starting to recover. Antarctic Ozone Hole Reaches Moderate Size | Author: Karl Hille. Why is the Ozone Hole Getting Smaller.
Narration: Joy Ng. Transcript: Good news. Scientists say the Antarctic ozone hole is on the road to recovery. The amounts of ozone-depleting substances grew rapidly in our atmosphere in the 80s and early s, but had stopped growing in late 90s because of the Montreal Protocol. Oct 28, · The Ozone “global crisis” and the media hysteria whipped up by globalist MSM certainly was a trial run for a future larger corporate shake down – a shake down test of public perception, resistance to junk science and doom mongering narratives, public perception to government collusion with the interests selling a “cure” and enriching the small cabal who had interests in the Freon II.
Jan 13, · The Ozone Hole Was Super Scary, So What Happened To It. When the ozone hole was discovered, it became a worldwide sensation. Thirty years later, what’s become of it. How the Ozone Hole forms The Ozone Hole is not really a “hole” but a thinning of the ozone layer over the south polar region.
Every year, since at leastthere is a sudden, rapid decrease in the stratospheric ozone levels at the end of the Antarctic winter. May 09, · The ozone layer varies considerably in different regions, at different altitudes, and over time.
The so-called "hole" is a region located over Antarctica in which the ozone level is lowest during the Southern Hemisphere winter. Even then, the thickness is still one-third of the global average. It is an area of "thinning" due to natural causes. Sep 13, · "The Antarctic ozone hole has been a potent symbol of humankind's ability to cause unintended environmental harm.
But now comes a glimmer of good news: The. Oct 30, · NASA alarm over Earth’s protective shield: Ozone hole has grown LARGER than North America EARTH'S ozone hole has grown to a record size. Feb 16, · It appears to be the severe cold that caused it but read on.
Remember hearing about that crazy hole in the ozone layer above Australia? You know, the one that.Feb 23, · View the latest status of the ozone layer over the Antarctic, with a focus on the ozone hole.
Satellite instruments monitor the ozone layer, and we use their data to create the images that depict the amount of ozone. Click any map image to bring up a new page with a high-resolution image.The "ozone hole" was first discovered in Antarctica by Joseph Farman and colleagues at the British Antarctic Survey in They observed the radiation coming from the Sun and noting the increase in UV(B) radiation.
This increase is especially strong during the southern spring (September and October), when an "ozone hole" develops.