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Тип публикации: 



Ozone layer destruction and ways of its recovery

Наименование конференции: 

  • International Conference on Construction, Architecture and Technosphere Safety (ICCATS - 2020, Sochi)

Наименование источника: 

  • IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering (MSE) (ICCATS - 2020, Sochi)

Обозначение и номер тома: 

vol. 962, no. 4


  • Sochi


  • IOP Publishing Ltd

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The authors analyze the process of stratospheric ozone layer destruction. The ozone layer is a protective biosphere shield. The authors identify and study the main causes of ozone sphere destruction having both natural and anthropogenic nature. The article explains a mechanism of the ozone layer depletion — this is caused by stratospheric aviation and natural sources, for example, nitric oxides, formed in the lightning channel. The authors stress an aggravating influence of nitrogen fertilizers getting into the atmosphere. They are considered to be one of the most destructive artificial pollution sources. It is pointed to the manifestation of the consequences of destructive factors in the biosphere life in the form of yield decrease in some world regions and the growth in the number of skin cancer incidence. The authors propose two compatible approaches for recovering the destroyed ozone layer. The first approach includes the use of laser emissions for the irradiation of ozone-containing atmospheric layers and ozone freezing in refrigerating machines on the Earth. The second way stipulates for the location of reflecting mirrors at the Earth orbit allowing to direct a part of solar energy to the atmosphere and generate electric discharges in the stratosphere by means of the radio waves of extra-high frequency.

Библиографическая ссылка: 

Ахобадзе Г.Н. Ozone layer destruction and ways of its recovery / IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering (MSE) (ICCATS - 2020, Sochi). Sochi: IOP Publishing Ltd, 2020. vol. 962, no. 4. С. https://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/1757-899X/962/4/042009/pdf.