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Low Ozone over Europe doesn't mean the sky is falling, it's actually rising
To quantitatively understand anthropogenic impacts to the stratospheric ozone layer, we must be able to distinguish between low ozone caused by ozone depleting substances and that caused by natural dynamical variability in the atmosphere.

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Complex regional trends in two air pollutants
OMI instrument data shows nitrogen dioxide and sulfur dioxide changes over time

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NASA Scientists Scrutinize Arctic Gas Flaring Pollution
4.26.2016 - Flaring of waste natural gas from industrial oil fields in the Northern Hemisphere is a potential source of significant amounts of nitrogen dioxide and black carbon to the Arctic, according to a new NASA study, which features OMI Nitrogen dioxide data.