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CO2 data from CMDL CCGG interactive website

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  • P. Neuman self only
    Would someone give us an update on CO2 data? See: http://www.cmdl.noaa.gov/ccgg/iadv/ NOAA CMDL CCGG Sampling Network ... as many stations that you think are
    Message 1 of 1 , Jun 24, 2004
      Would someone give us an update on CO2 data?

      See:
      http://www.cmdl.noaa.gov/ccgg/iadv/
      NOAA CMDL CCGG Sampling Network

      ... as many stations that you think are necessary ...

      It's interactive - pick a station from the world map,
      then hit Submit button (down left side of page).

      I Interpolated from the graph and posted my estimates
      for Mauna Loa 15 Jun (below).

      Pat N

      --------- Forwarded message ----------
      ...

      My purpose in doing this was to follow up on that
      news report. I sent a post on that report, as indicated
      below (March 28, 2004, Global Warming Spirals
      Upwards). I just want to check it out.... not trying
      to prove what I think is happening.

      I have drawn a grid on a blow up of the CO2 figure
      by CMDL at Mauna Loa, from the website at:
      http://www.cmdl.noaa.gov/ccgg/iadv/
      CMDL CCGG Sampling Network
      Mauna Loa, Hawaii, United States
      June 5, 2004

      The prior data can be found here:
      http://cdiac.esd.ornl.gov/ftp/maunaloa-co2/maunaloa.co2

      I drew to the top of the widemarked CO2 grey area, for
      each year (1975-2004). I think that's close to a May average.
      ...
      My estimates by year and 10 yr intervals for the
      last 30 years are shown below.

      Estimated May CO2 from
      interactive figure at CDML CCGG at:
      http://www.cmdl.noaa.gov/ccgg/iadv/

      CMDL CCGG Sampling Network
      Mauna Loa, Hawaii, United States
      June 5, 2004


      Year ppm ... yr-yr ..... 10 yr to 10 yr

      2004 382 ..... + 2 ..... +19.0 [382-363]
      2003 380 ..... + 3
      2002 377 ..... + 2
      2001 375 ..... + 2
      2000 373 ..... + 0.5
      1999 372.5 .. + 1.5
      1998 371..... + 3
      1997 368 ..... + 1.5
      1996 366.5 .. + 1.5
      1995 365 ..... + 2
      1994 363 ..... + 1.5 ..... +15.0 [363-348]
      1993 361.5 .. + 0.5
      1992 361 ..... + 0.5
      1991 360.5 .. + 2
      1990 358.5 .. + 1.5
      1989 357..... + 1.5
      1988 355.5 .. + 2.5
      1987 353 ..... + 1.5
      1986 352 ..... + 2.0
      1985 350 ..... + 2.0
      1984 348 ..... + 1.5 ..... + 14.0 [348-334]
      1983 346.5 .. + 1.5
      1982 345 ..... + 1
      1981 344 ..... + 1.5
      1980 342.5 .. + 1.5
      1979 341 ..... + 2.0
      1978 339 ..... + 1.5
      1977 337.5 .. + 1.5
      1976 336 ..... + 1.0
      1975 335 ..... + 1.0
      1974 334 ..... + 1.0

      Pat N

      > ==============
      > Global Warming Spirals Upwards
      > by Geoffrey Lean
      > March 28, 2004
      > ...
      > The latest measurements [Mauna Loa]
      > taken a week ago,
      > showed that carbon dioxide had reached about
      > 379 parts per million (ppm), up from about 376ppm
      > the year before, from 373ppm in 2002 and about
      > 371ppm in 2001. These represent three of the four
      > biggest increases on record (the other was in 1998),
      > creating an unprecedented sequence. ...
      > ...
      > NOAA CMDL CCGG Sampling Network
      > June 5, 2004
      http://www.commondreams.org/cgi-bin/print.cgi?file=/headlines04/0328-08.h
      tm
      ...
      > ==================


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