Surprising Levels Of Ozone Pollution Found in Colorado MountainsMark Melin
Looking to get away to the mountains of Colorado to breath clean air? Forget it, says a new research study.
Ozone-causing chemicals drifting into the mountains
Researchers have found surprising levels of air pollution along northern Colorado’s Front Ridge. The pollution contains harmful ozone and ozone-causing chemicals that are drifting into the mountains from both urban and rural areas.
"People (are) thinking you go into the mountains and you breathe the . . .
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