Author: Nicoletta Lanese

A scientist recently claimed that he’d discovered a gargantuan hole in the ozone layer of Earth’s atmosphere that first appeared above the tropics in the 1980s but went unacknowledged until now. However, upon his research being published, the scientist received swift criticism from experts who flagged his study as deeply flawed.”I am surprised that this study was published at all in its current form,” Martyn Chipperfield, a professor of atmospheric chemistry at the University of Leeds in England, told the Science Media Centre (opens in new tab), an independent U.K.-based press office that works with researchers, journalists and policymakers to…

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