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http://www.ucar.edu/news/releases/2008/ozone.jsp

Found from the article: "The sensitivity of polar ozone depletion to proposed
geoengineering schemes"

Authors: Simone Tilmes, Rolf Müller, and Ross Salawitch

Publication: Science Express, April 24, 2008

Sulfates and ozone

Sulfates from volcanoes provide a surface on which chlorine gases in the cold
polar…

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would drop in the later part of the century to about 60 to 150 Dobson Units, depending
on the size of the sulfates and the severity of winters. In the Antarctic, most of the ozone
is already depleted and the sulfate injections would not significantly reduce the
thickness of the…

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