Airplanes release greenhouse gases. They can cause ozone depletion.
yes because of the fluorocarbons in the fire coming out this puts many holes in the ozone layer
Ozone Depletion... when greenhouse gases put holes in the ozone layer.
Pollution causes global warming. It then causes ozone depletion.
No, we cant put up a fake ozone. It is because it will be impossible to artificially create so much ozone as present in the ozone layer.
Yes there is a hole in the ozone layer over Australia. :) wait wut is wrong with my why did i put a :) i mean :l
the ozone layer is being destroyed due to human pollution.
That would be nitrogen (N2), oxygen (O2), and ozone (O3).
The lowest year-round "total column ozone" levels are at the equator. Depletion affects the entire atmosphere. Ozone holes at the pole do not put people at risk of cancer, cataracts, and ultimately starvation, since the hole heals shut when there is no sunlight with UV-B to be protected from. The ozone hole is just a symptom of other problems with the ozone layer.
The ozone being a gas is put in the atmosphere. Moreover the ozone layer too lies in the stratosphere which itself is there in the atmosphere so there are no questions of the ozone lying beyond this sphere.
New fridges are not as much as a problem as old fridges which last century helped put a hole in the ozone layer which let harmful rays in. The ozone layer is no longer being destroyed and scientists hope it will have repaired itself by 2060.
The pollution from gasses being put into the air.
The jet steam is in the stratosphere and also the ozone layer. We also put weather balloons.
Step one: Get a large sheet of plastic over a layer of metal with holes in it. Step two: Let the metal with holes suck on the plastic making the holes. step three: Put a hot layer of plastic over it smelting it together. tada!!!
Various regulations are placed. Banning CFC's is one of them.
Both are trace gases Carbon Dioxide makes up about 0.039% and ozone makes up 0.000004%. If you were to put all of the ozone into one area at standard temperature and pressure the ozone layer would be about 5mm thick.
because of global warming all of the chemicals and pollution that we put in the air is making holes in the ozone layer . This is why we should try to walk more often and recycle .So our decedents can live a happier life.Added: Although much speculation and scientific mumbo-jumbo can be bandied about regarding this subject, the answer is, that no one can state positively that this is caused by anything man-made. We weren't even capable of measuring this phenomenon until recent history, and what are we comparing it to? Who knows what the thickness of the Ozone layer even was several hundred, much less several thousand years ago.
Ozone is an oxidising agent. It cannot put out hormones from chicken.
No, Global Warming has almost nothing to do with the ozone hole. Ozone is a protective layer in the upper atmosphere. It is formed, when oxygen molecules absorb short wavelength ultra violet radiations from the sun. Ozone is mostly destroyed by free radicals in the atmosphere. When compounds like CFCs (chlorofluorocarbons) and other halocarbons are released, they are dissociated by sunlight into chloride radicals. These radicals attack ozone, thereby decreasing its concentration. This results in a thinning of the ozone layer, and in polar regions, a hole. The holes occur at the poles, and usually in Antarctica because of the extreme cold. During the winter polar stratospheric clouds form which are able to convert gases in the atmosphere into Cl (chlorine) and ClO (chlorine monoxide). When the sun arrives at the end of winter, that is the trigger to begin. This is why the hole is largest in spring.
It happens in small part due to chemicals that destroy the ozone. The answer is nature is the dominant force and man may be contributing to the issue. The "hole" in the atmosphere is really two separate issues that occur over each pole at the end of their winter months. These holes are not holes at all. The ozone is within the atmosphere and is a rare gas. If you took all of the ozone and put it into a single layer, the layer would normally be only 3mm thick. Because these areas do not see sunlight for months during the winter this layer thins to about 1mm. When the sun returns, the ozone returns very quickly. There is one larger hole. This is located at the Antarctic. The smaller hole is referred to as the "dimple" by NASA. These have occurred for generations. The largest known thinning appears to have occurred on Sept. 1, 1859 due to solar activity. While solar energy is needed to keep replenishing the ozone, too much energy causes it to decay also. Ozone has a very short half life, so energy is needed to keep creating new energy from oxygen. As long as we have sunlight and oxygen, we will have an ozone layer. The one phenomenon that has been observed is that man's introduction of CFC's into our atmosphere may help ozone to decay faster then it does naturally. This could be part of the blame for what we perceive as a larger ozone "hole" in the Antarctic during it's winter. The problem here though is that our data is very incomplete. We have only been observing this "holes" for a brief period of time. As a precaution, CFC's have been banned in some countries to reduce the overall levels of this gas in our atmosphere.
The Ozone in the atmosphere is created by sunlight high in the earths atmosphere. It is destroyed naturally with time so there is a balance of Ozone in the upper atmosphere. However certain man made chemicals that we have put into the atmosphere destroy the Ozone faster and the whole Ozone level all round the earth is depleted, letting more UV radiation through to the Earth's surface. This global Ozone depletion results in holes at the poles because if you think about it for 6 months of the year the poles are not exposed to sunlight and thus no 'new' Ozone is being created to replace that which the man made chemicals have destroyed.
One of those helium balloons at the county fair? No. A special balloon can reach the ozone layer. It must be almost empty, yet light enough to rise. As it rises, the gas inside expands, so you calculate just how much hydrogen to put in there so it doesn't burst.
The ozone layer is a layer in Earth's atmosphere which absorbs most of the Sun's UV radiation. It contains relatively high concentrations ofozone (O3), although it is still very small with regard to ordinary oxygen, and is less than ten parts per million, the average ozone concentration in Earth's atmosphere being only about 0.6 parts per million. The ozone layer is mainly found in the lower portion of the stratosphere from approximately 20 to 30 kilometres (12 to 19 mi) above Earth, though the thickness varies seasonally and geographically.The Ozone Layer acts as a shield for us from very harmful UV rays. If we damage the Ozone Layer any more than we would put ourselves at an increasingly greater risk. Without the Ozone Layer we wouldn't be able to survive. Exposure to UV rays causes skin cancer, damages crops, and harms ocean life. Without the Ozone Layer the risk of these things would greatly increase. An example of this is in Australia, where a large amount of ozone has depleted. Around 97% of the citizens have or have had skin cancer problems due to the exposure to harmful UV rays that leak through the Ozone layer. Another risk is polar shifting, a complex event that occurs when uneven melting of ice shelfs occur. A major hole is now over Antarctica, where there are ice shelfs. If these Ice shelfs melt, it could increase coastal flooding and the poles could shift, causing a violent shift in climate.
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simply put, yes it is in the airframe