DEAD SEA: Pollution put down to natural causes

High levels of the ozone depleter bromine oxide around the Dead Sea are caused by a natural reaction with surrounding salt pans, and not by industry, according to new research. Although human intervention is to blame for increasing the size of the salt pans, due to increase abstraction from the River Jordan.


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