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The Poisoning of Our Ozone Layer The poisoning of the Earths ozone layer is increasingly attracting worldwide concern for the global environment and the health effects of life on the Planet Earth There is not just one particular cause for the ozones depletion the accumulation of different pollutants into our ozone layer has all added up and equaled a worldwide problem There is not just one effect from the poisoning of the ozone but instead multiple ramifications from diseases to death The damage to the ozone is increasing with every second moreover there are many ways we can help reduce the problem and preserve the ozone layer Ozone is a pale blue gaseous form of oxygen in chemical form it is also known as O3 Ozone can be beneficial or harmful depending on its location in the Earths atmosphere If the ozone is located in the troposphere which extends from the surface of the Earth up to approxiametly10 miles it is a harmful pollutant and a major component in smog and other environmental health problems Such tropospheric ozone can damage plastic rubber plant and animal tissue Ozone located approximately 10-25 miles above the Earths surface in a part of the Earths atmosphere called the stratosphere is very beneficial The ozone is a major factor that makes life possible on Earth About 90 of the planets ozone is in the ozone layer Ozone in this layer shields and filters out the Earth from 95-99 percent the suns ultraviolet radiation A low level of ozone does not protect or prevent the suns ultraviolet rays from reaching the surface of the Earth therefore overexposing life on Earth causing many diseases The depletion of the ozone is caused by many factors but the one cause that will be elaborated on in the next paragraph is the main reason our ozone is continuously being poisoned The major cause in
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