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Carbon Dioxide Rises to Highest Levels in 800,000 Years | Weather Underground

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Carbon Dioxide Rises to Highest Levels in 800,000 Years | Weather Underground

Carbon Dioxide Rises to Highest Levels in 800,000 Years | Weather Underground.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mauna_Loa_Observatory

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Author: koamike

Retired and living with my partner, dog and a cat colony on the slope of Mauna Loa. Would rather be living in Palm Springs, California and hope to return there some day. Meanwhile enjoy swimming, walking/hiking and bicycling, trying to maintain my home and property despite really wanting to burn it to the ground. And a little photography. Interested in LGBTQI, environmental and social justice issues.

2 thoughts on “Carbon Dioxide Rises to Highest Levels in 800,000 Years | Weather Underground

  1. You found a goody on WU. I’m impressed — I can’t find much of anything around there lately.

    • It astonishes me how humankind has burned up millions of years of stored carbon in such a short time and altered the biosphere. The reference to the weather station and the study is interesting as I have been up there where it is.

      I find much more on other sources. I guess, WU is basically a weather reporting site with the some interesting blogs. Lots of beautiful photos also. I enjoy the travel/local interest/climate change experiences reported there by some of the bloggers. Dr. Masters has some good blogs on climate change and some of the other main blogs I get something out of, like the recent blogs regarding the drought in California.

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