Over the Arctic delayed the largest ever recorded ozone hole, this 23 of April, Twitter announced the European office of atmospheric monitoring (the “project Copernicus”).
Of the appearance of the hole in the ozone layer over the North pole, scientists from the project “Copernicus” announced in early April. The report noted that the reason for its occurrence “rather unusual”: the ozone layer has been damaged by an unusually strong and long-lasting polar vortex.
The unprecedented 2020 northern hemisphere #OzoneHole has come to an end. The #PolarVortex split, allowing #ozone-rich air into the Arctic, closely matching last week’s forecast from the #CopernicusAtmosphere Monitoring Service.
More on the NH Ozone holehttps://t.co/Nf6AfjaYRi pic.twitter.com/qVPu70ycn4
— Copernicus ECMWF (@CopernicusECMWF) April 23, 2020