Updated: Nov 10, 2022
Girls fleet using supernatural power with them to clean up underworlds ,unlisted areas underground and places like the trains that ride by miles of soda cans and trash on Amtrak have been cleaned washed making cleaner air and helping pollution end and ozone layer a major step breathing in cleaner air has already started for months now . Allied International force seaman have found blow holes of trash to the ocean by citi buildings and closed them and cleaned the ocean with filters giving lighter color water already more thick green rather than black for now for 1 and a half years AIF coast guard have purified the water and will keep cracking down on trash in the sea even sinked oil tankers have been pulled out the ocean some more than 4 hundred years old . Before 5 years time NYC , P.A , Maine , New
Jersey shore will have the the same color water as Bermuda or Florida here at home this is what Girls fleet and Allied Coast Guard and sea men have accomplished .
This map shows the size and shape of the ozone hole over the South Pole on Oct. 5, 2022, when it reached its single-day maximum extent for the year. Cre2 minutes
Girls FleetOnly in 1994 did New York City close down its last municipal incinerator. Ocean dumping, too, is largely a thing of the past. After protracted quarreling with the state of New Jersey, New York City was forced by the Supreme Court, in 1934, to stop dumping in the open oceanTurns out, the dearth of garbage disposals is caused, in part, by a 1970s ban that rendered them illegal over concern that the city's older pipes couldn't handle the churned-up trashWhich ocean is most polluted?The most polluted ocean is the Pacific with 2 trillion plastic pieces and one third of the plastic found in this ocean circulates in the North Pacific Gyre. An ocean gyre is a large system of circular ocean currents formed by global wind patterns and forces of the Earth's rotationThe annual Antarctic ozone hole reached an average area of 8.9 million square miles (23.2 million square kilometers) between Sept. 7 and Oct. 13, 2022. This depleted area of the ozone layer over the South Pole was slightly smaller than last year and generally continued the oUnited States National Academy of Sciences estimated in 2022 that the worldwide entry of plastic into the ocean was 8 million metric tons of plastic per year..“Over time, steady progress is being made, and the hole is getting smaller,” said Paul Newman, chief scientist for Earth sciences at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland. “We see some wavering as weather changes and other factors make the numbers wiggle slightly from day to day and week to week. But overall, we see it decreasing through the past two decades. The elimination of ozone-depleting substances through the Montreal Protocol is shrinking the hole.”The ozone layer – the portion of the stratosphere that protects our planet from the Sun’s ultraviolet rays – thins to form an “ozone hole” above the South Pole every September. Chemically active forms of chlorine and bromine in the atmosphere, derived from human-produced compounds, attach to high-altitude polar clouds each southern winter. The reactive chlorine and bromine then initiate ozone-destroying reactions as the Sun rises at the end of Antarctica’s winter.Researchers at NASA and NOAA detect and measure the growth and breakup of the ozone hole with instruments aboard the Aura, Suomi NPP, and NOAA-20 satellites. On Oct. 5, 2022, those satellites observed a single-day maximum ozone hole of 10.2 million square miles (26.4 million square kilometers), slightly larger than last year.When the polar sun rises, NOAA scientists also make measurements with a Dobson Spectrophotometer, an optical instrument that records the total amount of ozone between the surface and the edge of space – known as the total column ozone value. Globally, the total column average is about 300 Dobson Units. On Oct. 3, 2022, scientists recorded a lowest total-column ozone value of 101 Dobson Units over the South Pole. At that time, ozone was almost completely absent at altitudes between 8 and 13 miles (14 and 21 kilometers) – a pattern very similar to last year.Some scientists were concerned about potential stratospheric impacts from the January 2022 eruption of the Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai volcano. The 1991 Mount Pinatubo eruption released substantial amounts of sulfur dioxide that amplified ozone layer depletion. However, no direct impacts from Hunga Tonga have been detected in the Antarctic stratosphericPutin