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Canadian ozone network faces axe

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Arctic monitoring stations hit by budget constraints.

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  • 21 September 2011

    The News story 'Canadian ozone network faces axe' ( Nature 477, 257–258; 2011) stated that Environment Canada planned to cut 776 jobs. Although 776 employees will be affected by workforce changes, only about 300 posts are being eliminated.


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Schiermeier, Q. Canadian ozone network faces axe. Nature 477, 257–258 (2011).

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