Gallery: Harvard Study Find Strong Summer Storms Could Damage Ozone Lay...


Even though large areas of the US are experiencing extreme drought conditions, aggressive summer thunderstorms have also swept across parts of the nation – and according to a team of scientists at Harvard University, those storms may be damaging the ozone layer. The Harvard scientists believe that rising levels of carbon dioxide and methane may be increasing the severity of these storms, and they may have found the first significant connection between climate change and ozone layer destruction.

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