April 6, 1998
American Chemical Society
Once a stranger in paradise, migrating smog has begun to pollute the skies over oceans in the southern hemisphere, resulting in tropospheric ozone levels near remote islands that would "trigger a first-stage smog alert" in Los Angeles, according to a Nobel laureate in atmospheric chemistry.
Skies Over Remote Islands In Southern Oceans Seeing Higher Concentrations Of Ozone
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