Ozone depletion over North Pole produces weather anomalies

Researchers from ETH Zurich have established that the destruction of ozone over the Arctic in the spring causes abnormal weather throughout the northern hemisphere, with many places being warmer and drier than average – or too wet.

The Earth's ozone layer seen from space
The ozone layer in the stratosphere protects life on Earth from harmful UV radiation - but also has a strong influence on the weather. (Image: Nasa)
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