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Ozone Depletion Trumps Greenhouse Gas Increase in Jet-stream Shift

January 31, 2013

ozone hole before and after the Montreal Protocol Depletion of Antarctic ozone is a more important factor than increasing greenhouse gases in shifting the Southern Hemisphere jet stream in a southward direction, according to researchers at Penn State. Full Story

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