What's the carbon-weather looking like today?

Mon, 2007-05-07 08:41Kevin Grandia
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What's the carbon-weather looking like today?

Okay, you can't check today's “carbon-weather” but you can see what it was in the past. Check out this site created by the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) that provides a global perspective of carbon uptake and release.

The image above is the North American carbon weather on January 1, 2005.

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Its true that carbon-weather is not same as it was years ago and changing in climate is major factor for carbon weather change and it could put more bad affects on human life i would like to write more on it after my 642-373 certification and 642-524 certification exam about which i am sure to pass in first attempt as i will be free from all this i must return on your page and will discuss more on carbon- weather problems for world and affects on human life.

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As of January 26, the California Department of Water Resources reported that snowpack statewide was at just 27% of its normal level, which is 15% of the average for April 1, the point at which snow is typically expected to stop accumulating and begin to melt.

Which means, of course, that California is in for another dry year. Melting snowpack provides water to streams and rivers and replenishes reservoirs that are used for drinking water and agriculture.

In a cruel irony, a dry year...

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