Recovery of the ozone layer is likely to take years longer than expected, CSIRO scientists warn. Latest research shows that global emissions of a key ozone-depleting halon are 50 per cent greater than previously supposed, says Dr Paul Fraser of CSIRO Atmospheric Research.
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