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Current Greenhouse Gas Concentrations?

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  • Pat Neuman
    The CMDL website (http://www.cmdl.noaa.gov) is gone. Data that I used for my June 24, 2004 post on atmospheric CO2 concentrations is below. Current Greenhouse
    Message 1 of 2 , Feb 13, 2005
      The CMDL website (http://www.cmdl.noaa.gov) is gone.

      Data that I used for my June 24, 2004 post
      on atmospheric CO2 concentrations is below.

      Current Greenhouse Gas Concentrations
      by T.J. Blasing and Sonja Jones
      Updated February 2005 (CO2 data through 2003)
      is at:
      http://cdiac.esd.ornl.gov/pns/current_ghg.html

      Pat N

      Date: Thu Jun 24, 2004 4:37 am
      http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ClimateArchive/message/1224
      From: <npat1@...>
      Subject: CO2 data from CMDL CCGG interactive website

      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.htm
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    • Pat Neuman
      Sonya found the CO2 data link for Mauna Loa Hawaii... ... http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Paleontology_and_Climate_Articles/message/2800 Pat N
      Message 2 of 2 , Feb 15, 2005
        Sonya found the CO2 data link for Mauna Loa Hawaii...

        She wrote:
        > It's still online...one just has to find it
        > a different way ... you can switch to many
        > different locales.---------sonya
        >
        > http://www.cmdl.noaa.gov/ccgg/iadv/

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        http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Paleontology_and_Climate_Articles/message/2800


        Pat N
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