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Gather Data.2

D - Total Ozone Loss

checkmarkClick here to go to the OCTOBER OZONE HOLE site.

  1. Compute the percentage of 1993 ozone in Antarctica compared to the amount of ozone that was above Antarctica during the 1950s in October.

E - Sunburn Effects

checkmarkClick here to go to the ULTRAVIOLET RADIATION site. pdf

  1. From the graph, if the concentration of ozone decreases 30%, how much additional UV radiation gets to the surface of the earth?

F - Future Outlook

checkmarkClick here to go to the OZONE RECOVERY site. pdf

  1. What is expected to happen to the ozone layer during your lifetime?

G - Unusual Suspect

checkmarkClick here to go to the RURAL OZONE site.

  1. What problems are associated with ozone at ground level?
  2. How are we producing ozone at ground level?
  3. How can we decrease the ozone concentrations at ground level?
  4. What changes in our lives can we make to reduce ozone concentrations at ground level?

 

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