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Science / Re: Carbon Cycle
« on: July 09, 2019, 05:17:54 AM »
Thanks Vox, sobering piece. Now to find the article.

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Science / Re: NOAA ESRL Global CO2 Increase Accelerating
« on: July 09, 2019, 05:09:14 AM »
NOAA ESRL April 2019 global CO2 rose above 411 ppm. It is the 17th month with more than a 2 ppm increase, and the highest five and ten year changes.

There is more at https://www.megiddo666.apocalypse4real-globalmethanetracking.com/


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Science / Re: NOAA ESRL Global CO2 Increase Accelerating
« on: May 13, 2019, 12:21:27 AM »
NOAA ESRL Global Mean CO2 passed 410 ppmv in February 2019. This is not the Mauna Loa (MLO), but the entire GHG Network mean. We moved from 400 ppm through 410 ppm in 47 months - less than four years. There is no comparison in 800,000 of ice core data.

We have added 70 ppm to the global CO2 concentration in 39 years. Again there is no comparison in the ice core data.

There is a full write up at

https://www.megiddo666.apocalypse4real-globalmethanetracking.com/

 

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Permafrost / Re: NOAA ESRL Global CH4 Trends
« on: July 11, 2018, 10:23:14 PM »
NOAA ESRL April 2018 global mean methane concentration was 1858 ppb. This is an increase of 10.2 ppb over April 2017. It has increased 45.2 ppb over five years, since April 2013. It is up 71.5 ppb since April 2008.

The chart with the single red line is the monthly mean methane of the entire NOAA ESRL record since 1983.

The second chart shows three trends. The blue line is the monthly change from the prior year concentration for that month. The red line shows the change in concentration from the same month five years before. The green line shows the change in concentration from the same month ten years before. The ploynomial trends are added to provide an idea of how far above or below the trend the three means are moving.

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Permafrost / Re: NOAA ESRL Global CH4 Trends
« on: July 03, 2018, 11:28:14 PM »
March 2018 NOAA ESRL Global CH4 hit 1859.1 ppb up 11.2 ppb over 2017, up 46.1 ppb over 2013 and 73.6 ppb above 2008. See: https://www.megiddo666.apocalypse4real-globalmethanetracking.com/2018/07/march-2018-global-mean-ch4-up-112-ppb.html

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