© CNRS AV - 1989

Ozone Hole of the Southern Hemisphere in 1987 (The)

Reference

73

Duration

00:04:00

Production year

1989

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Original material

SD
4/3
Color
Sound

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Summary

The series of satellite images of the southern hemisphere, taken between August 1st and December 31st, 1987, showing variations in the thickness of the ozone layer around the South Pole and the ozone hole that could be seen for about five weeks, in October.

Scientific topics

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