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Weather, climate and ozone; an Antarctic perspective

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Jonathan Shanklin was one of the discoverers of the Antarctic ozone hole and manages the Antarctic climate measurements made by the British Antarctic Survey. He will explain some of the science and history behind the measurements, and show what climate change and the ozone hole might mean for Cambridge, both now and in the future.

This talk is part of the Cambridge Natural History Society series.

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