ESSIC / AOSC / CHEM Professor Ross Salawitch was quoted in a new article recently published in Science. The piece, which originated out of a discussion between Salawitch and American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) staff writer Eric Hand, discusses the potential for record ozone loss in the Arctic stratosphere during the spring of 2016. Aptly titled, “Record ozone hole may open over Arctic in the spring,” Salawitch suggested that uncertainty remained regarding the final outcome of the event and will that he will continue to monitor several key indicators. Salawitch also noted his interest in the role climate change might be playing, both currently and in the future.
Salawitch quoted in Science
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