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Ozone Layer Depletion
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Ozone Layer Depletion
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Ozone Layer Depletion
Ozone Layer Depletion
Ozone Layer Depletion
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Ozone Layer Depletion

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  • 1. OZONE LAYER DEPLETIONANIL DHANKHAR
  • 2. agenda
    What is ozone?
    Importance of ozone layer.
    Effects of UV radiations.
    Ozone production.
    Ozone destruction.
    Ozone hole formation.
    How to stop ozone depletion?
    Conclusion
  • 3. What is Ozone?
    Ozone is a triatomic form of oxygen (O3).
    Unlike oxygen (O2), ozone has a strong scent and is blue in color.
    Ozone exists within both the tropospheric and stratospheric zones of the Earth’s atmosphere.
  • 4. Continue….
  • 5. Importance of ozone layer
    Protect the earth from harmful
    radiations.
    Ultraviolet Filter.
    Polar ice shifting.
    Helpful to reduce temperature.
  • 6. Effects of ultraviolet Radiations
    1. Effect on eyes…..
    Eye Cancer
  • 7. Continue……
    2. Skin cancer
    3. Accelerate aging of skin due high exposure
    4. Risk of malignant melanoma has increased
    10%.
    5. Risk of nonmalignant
    melanoma has
    increased 26%.
    malignant
    Non-malignant
  • 8. Continue…..
    6. Polar ice melting.
  • 9. Ozone Production in Stratosphere
  • 10. Ozone destruction
  • 11. Ozone hole formation
    Chemical method.
  • 12. How to stop it?
    1. Stop pollution.
  • 13. 2. Raise awareness.
  • 14. 3. Plant more trees.
  • 15. 4. Use public transportation.
  • 16. 5. Use renewable sources
  • 17. conclusion
    Most ozone depletion is the result
    of human activities.
    Making small changes in our habits can
    make a huge difference in our future.

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