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Past Press Releases on Stratospheric Ozone
 
+ NASA Sees Ozone Hole Approach Annual Peak-September, 2006

+ NASA, NOAA Data Indicate Ozone Layer is Recovering-September, 2006

+ Scientists Find Antarctic Ozone Hole To Recover Later Than Expected-July, 2006

+ NASA’s Aura Satellite Peers into the 2005 Ozone Hole-December, 2005

+ Explosions in Space May Have Initiated Ancient Extinctions on Earth-April, 2005

+ NASA Study Suggests Giant Space Clouds Iced Earth-March, 2005

+ Scientists Studying Wintry Ice in Summer Clouds-January, 2005

+ International Science Team Measures Arctic's Atmosphere (PAVE mission)-January, 2005

+ Aura Eyes Ozone Hole over Antarctica-September, 2004

+ NASA Plans to Put an Aura Around the Earth-May, 2004

+ Arctic Ozone Loss More Sensitive to Climate Change than Thought-April, 2004

+ Scientists Find Ozone-Destroying Molecule-February, 2004

+ 2003 Ozone 'Hole' Approaches, But Falls Short of Record-November, 2003

+ Whither Comes Weather? Scientists Suggest Stratosphere's Role-August, 2003

+ NASA Observations Confirm Expected Ozone Layer Recovery (2003 story)-July, 2003

+ NASA Finds Wide Annual Fluctuations in Arctic Ozone Loss-March, 2003

+ NASA Begins New Year with International Arctic Ozone Study-January, 2003

+ Waves in the Atmosphere Batter South Pole, Shrink 2002 Ozone Hole-December, 2002

+ NASA Satellite Flies High to Monitor Sun's Influence on Ozone-November, 2002

+ NASA Joins International Ozone Study in Arctic-October, 2002

+ Unusually Small Antarctic Ozone Hole This Year Attributed To Exceptionally Strong Stratospheric Weather Systems-September, 2002

+ Climate Change: 50 Years Past and Possible Futures-September, 2002

+ A Warm Polar Winter Was Easier on Arctic Ozone-May, 2002

+ Future Volcanic Eruptions May Cause Ozone Hole Over Arctic-March, 2002

+ 2001 Ozone Hole about the Same Size as Past Three Years-October, 2001

+ NASA Confirms North Pole Ozone Hole Trigger-September, 2001

+ Satellites Spot Developing Antarctic Ozone Hole-September, 2001

+ QUIKTOMS Ozone Monitoring Instrument Prepared For Launch-September, 2001

+ Solar Storms Destroy Ozone, Study Confirms-August, 2001

+ NASA Studies High Springtime Ozone Levels Over Canada and the Arctic-May, 2001

+ Wet Upper Atmosphere May Slow Ozone Recovery-April, 2001

+ Cold Polar Rings Help Form Clouds That Destroy Ozone-March, 2001

+ Large Particles In Arctic Stratosphere Help Explain Ozone Loss-February, 2001

+ Recovery of Arctic Ozone Layer May Take Longer than Expected (2000 story)-December, 2000

+ Largest Ever Ozone Hole Observed over Antarctica-September, 2000

+ Arctic Ozone Depletion Linked to Longevity of Polar Stratospheric Clouds-May, 2000

+ Arctic Ozone May Not Recover as Early as Predicted (2000 story)-May, 2000

+ NASA-European Campaign Observes Significant Arctic Ozone Loss-April, 2000

+ NASA Spacecraft Observes Lowest Ozone Ever In Northern Hemisphere-December, 1999

+ Annual Depletion of Antarctic Ozone Results Are In: 'Ozone Hole' Smaller Than Last Year-October, 1999