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Unusually low temperatures in the Arctic ozone layer have recently initiated massive ozone depletion.
Wyoming is looking more like Los Angeles because of the recent boom in natural gas drilling.
By studying collections of a marine bryozoan that date back to a famous 1901 expedition to the South Pole, researchers have found that those organisms were growing steadily up until 1990, when their growth more than doubled.
Brightly-lit Cowboys Stadium during Sunday's Super Bowl XLV may symbolize one of the hottest new pieces of scientific intelligence about air pollution: Researchers have discovered â€” in a classic case of scientific serendipity â€” that the bright light from sports stadiums and urban street lights may boost daytime levels of ozone, a key air pollutant in many heavily populated areas.
Spartan Environmental Technologies introduces the SPARTOX S ozone water treatment system. The S series system provides a streamlined lower cost option for water treatment while maintaining all of the important features of the proven SPARTOX ozone system.
According to a study by US scientists, bright city lights exacerbate air pollution.
DEL Ozoneâ€™s Board of Directors appointed Joel Peterson as President of the company effective December 6, 2010.
Geophysical phenomena such as the dynamics of the atmosphere and ocean circulation are typically modeled mathematically by tracking the motion of air or water particles.
The OZone Fit Radio Show, Hosted by Chris Armstrong and Curt Doussett Every Thursday from 8-10 p.m., Features Expert Guests Tackling Utahâ€™s Fitness and Nutrition Questions. Salt Lake City, UT (Vocus) November 18, 2010 OZone Fit, a leader in delivering optimal health and fitness education at its training facility in Draper, Utah and through an innovative online portal at ozonefit.com, has announced the launch of the OZone Fit radio show, a health and fitness talk show on 1320 KFAN, the...
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