TOMS Ozone in the Northern Hemisphere: Feb 1, 2000-March 30, 2000

  • Released Tuesday, May 30, 2000

During the winter of 2000, Arctic ozone levels reached their lowest point in eight years at an altitude of nearly 60,000 feet. Concentrations dropped more than 50 percent from average.

Arctic ozone depletion on March 30, 2000 as measured by Earth Probe TOMS (without date)

Arctic ozone depletion on March 30, 2000 as measured by Earth Probe TOMS (without date)

Video slate image reads, "TOMSAnomaly Feb. 1 - Mar. 30, 2000".

Video slate image reads, "TOMS

Anomaly Feb. 1 - Mar. 30, 2000".

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This page was originally published on Tuesday, May 30, 2000.
This page was last updated on Wednesday, May 3, 2023 at 1:58 PM EDT.


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