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Recovery of the ozone layer continues
Researchers at the DLR Institute of Atmospheric Physics have been instrumental in the preparation of a report by the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) regarding the development of the ozone layer in the stratosphere. Based on estimates, by about the mid 21st century, the ozone layer will have the same thickness as it had in the early eighties. The latest evaluations of space-based measurements acquired by the DLR Remote Sensing Technology Institute, combined with model computations from the Institute of Atmospheric Physics support the statement that the regeneration of the ozone layer continues.
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