Ozone layer on a long slow road to recovery

Dec 11, 2013

Through the years: The ozone hole above the Antarctica fluctuates along with weather and atmospheric conditions. NASA scientist report that while the hole is no longer growing bigger, it is not yet getting steadily smaller.
Credit NASA Earth Observatory

Twenty five years ago the ozone hole above the arctic was the hot environmental topic. While we don't hear as much about it any more, researchers are still making new discoveries and say it's a topic that needs to remain in the public eye. KRCB's reports on the latest findings from a meeting of the American Geophysical Union now in San Francisco.