Surface temperatures in the Arctic are increasing, which is causing temperatures to decrease high in the atmosphere. Pollutants in the colder temperatures are able to destroy more of the ozone. This past winter, the air in the Arctic has been especially cold, which has caused the ozone destruction to increase.
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