Unusual Winds Drive a Small 2019 Ozone Hole
- Written by:
- Ellen T. Gray
- Produced by:
- Kathryn Mersmann
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Every year, NASA and NOAA track the hole in the ozone layer over Antarctica as it grows to its annual winter maximum. This year, the hole was smaller than expected, due to an unusual weather pattern in the stratosphere.
Please give credit for this item to:
NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center
- Eric Nash (SSAI)
- Ellen T. Gray (NASA/HQ) [Lead]
- Paul Newman (NASA/GSFC)
- Susan Strahan (USRA)
- Kathryn Mersmann (KBRwyle) [Lead]
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