Shifting winds may sap major carbon sink

Shifting winds caused by the Antarctic ozone hole may already be weakening the Southern Ocean's ability to absorb CO2.

Climate Central

High above Antarctica, the atmosphere is slowly recovering from the decades-long barrage of man-made chemicals that ate a hole in the protective ozone layer.


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