Why is the ozone layer going away at the poles or is it happening everywhere?



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    The ozone layer is most depleted at the poles because that’s where gases that are harmful to the ozone layer tend to collect. Prevailing wind currents carry CFCs and other harmful chemicals to the poles. Unfortunately, depletion is occurring farther away from the poles, too; to a lesser extent, but still enough to endanger a lot of mid-latitude areas.

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