Ancient volcanoes destroyed ozone

Ancient volcanoes destroyed ozone
Science News
Volcanoes at tropical latitudes are good at injecting the stuff they erupt into the stratosphere, some 16 kilometers up. When elements such as chlorine and bromine reach that high, they help trigger a series of reactions in which ozone’s three oxygen
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How microbes found living off gasses on a volcano gives a clue to how life
Daily Mail
By Daily Mail Reporter Microbes have been discovered living in Martian-like conditions on volcanoes in South America with no water, extreme temperatures and such high UV radiation that most tiny organisms would be killed instantly.
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Volcanoes could damage ozone layer
UPI.com
They based that on the levels of the chemicals released from 14 volcanoes in Nicaragua during the past 70000 years, LiveScience.com reported Tuesday. Bromine and chlorine “love to react — especially with ozone,” researcher Kirstin Kruger,
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