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Study Reveals Chemical Link between Wildfire Smoke and Ozone Depletion

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“This chemistry, once you get past that point, is well-established,” Solomon says. “Once you have less nitrogen dioxide, you have to have more chlorine monoxide, and that will deplete ozone.”

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