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Dr Kiki Warr interviews scientists to see what effect the ozone hole generated each year in Antarctica will have on our lives and what is being done to reduce the amount of CFC's from being.
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Series: Chemistry faculty radio programme
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Duration: 00:19:00
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Producer: David Jackson
Contributors: Robin Russell-Jones; Kiki Warr
Publisher: BBC Open University
Keyword(s): Antarctica; Arctic; CFCs; Chlorofluorohydrocarbons; Climate; Computer models; Montreal Protocol; Ozone hole; Skin cancer; Weather
Master spool number: 89YS0411
Production number: AUDA004A
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