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Emissions of Banned Ozone-Depleting Substance Declining Once More

News   Feb 11, 2021 | Original story from the University of Bristol

 
Emissions of Banned Ozone-Depleting Substance Declining Once More

An image of Gosan measurement station - part of the AGAGE monitoring network - on Jeju Island in South Korea. Measurements from this station were used in the study to quantify emissions from China. Credit: AGAGE.

 
 
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