Extra water vapor up high coul trigger destructive chemical reactions
Climate change may spur the destruction of ozone in unexpected parts of the globe.
In a warming world, many scientists believe, severe weather will become more common. That could be a problem in part because powerful rainstorms have the potential to erode ozone above the United States, researchers report online July 27 in Science.
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