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Iodine in desert dust destroys ozone

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If iodine from dust was chemically transformed into an ozone-depleting form in the stratosphere, Volkamer said, “well, that’d not be good, as it could delay the recovery of the ozone layer.  Let’s avoid adding anthropogenic iodine into the stratosphere!”

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