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Volcanic Halocarbons: Chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) in Volcanic Emissions
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One of Ian Plimer's misquotes happens to be heavily underpinned by numerous scientific measurements and practical experimentation. Although commonly regarded as not naturally occuring, halocarbons and chlorofluorocarbons CFCs do occur naturally and are emitted from volcanoes. This applies to both the environment and the atmosphere. As a consequence, we can expect that volcanic activity has a much higher impact on ozone depletion than previously thought. In his book, a short history of planet earth , Plimer , p.