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22 May 2011
Ozone and Climate Change in Antarctica
Antarctica has behaved rather strangely compared to what’s been expected for the rest of the planet as greenhouse gases rise. That in itself, is not unexpected, because Antarctica is unlike anywhere else on the planet. It’s much colder than the Arctic, and surrounded by a frigid ocean with a continuous fast-moving current that circles the bottom of the world. As the temps. warm, Antarctica will see more snow as …