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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