There are differnt types of ozone, some which are necessary to human life, others which are harmful to humans’ health and the health of the environment. Ground level ozone is important to humans because it acts as protective layer high above the earth, but at the same time ground level ozone can be harmful to breathe. Ground level ozone is the central matter that makes up smog. Ozone is concocted and not released directly into the air, because it is formed by nitrogen oxides and volatile organic compounds.
High altitude ozone is in the stratosphere and formed the protective layer that shields us from harmful ultraviolet rays.The problem is it is gradually being destroyed by chloroflurocarbons and other ozone deplteting substances. Ozone is disappearing at a much faster rate than it is being replaced naturally.
Here are some things the EPA says you can do to help prevent ozone depletion and keep our air clean:
High Altitude Ozone:
[Text from U.S. EPA Publication, July 1997]r
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