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LASP Public Lecture—The Antarctic Ozone Hole: Looking for the first signs of recovery
Start Date: 4/10/2013Start Time: 7:30 PM
End Date: 4/10/2013End Time: 8:30 PM
Event Description:
The ozone hole has been a recurring human-caused environmental impact for more than 30 years. Thanks to the phase-out of many of the chemicals responsible for stratospheric ozone depletion in the 80’s and 90’s, we should start to see a recovery in the ozone layer and we are looking for the first signs of this environmental success. Dr. Lars Kalnajs will present some recent measurements from inside the ozone hole, discuss its current state, and address the forecasts and challenges for a complete recovery of the ozone hole.

Wednesday, April 10th at 7:30 PM in the LASP LSTB building (Auditorium 299), located at 1234 Innovation Drive in the east campus research park. Parking and admission are FREE. Doors open at 7:00 PM. For more information, visit: http://lasp.colorado.edu/home/public-lectures, call (303) 492-8257 or e-mail: epomail@lasp.colorado.edu
Location Information:
East Campus

East Campus - LASP Space Technology Research Center
Contact Information:
Name: Tom Mason
Phone: 303-492-8257
Email: tom.mason@lasp.colorado.edu
Ozone Hole
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    Free parking and admission
    For tickets:
    http://lasp.colorado.edu/home/?post_type=events&p=11703

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