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Sioux Falls Scientists present CO2 (carbon dioxide) increase charts which
show no decrease in the rate of CO2 increase for the last 50 years.
CO2 is a potent greenhouse gas which, once there, takes a
very long time to remove from the atmosphere.

CO2 Increase Charts
CO2 is now increasing at the rate of 4 ppm per year.
The trend rate has been steadily increasing. We have
yet to do anything to make any significant difference.

Recent Monthly Average Mauna Loa CO2
February 2017:       406.42 ppm
February 2016:       404.04 ppm

Recently Monthly Mean Carbon Dioxide at Mauna Loa, Hawaii: 2013-2018

The chart above shows the cycle of the huge Canadian and Russian forests adsorbing CO2, first shutting down in winter and then followed by the leaves coming out in early summer and again absorbing CO2. This cycle has been going on for millions of years. This cycle has kept the CO2 levels at an average of 278 parts per million during the interglacial periods for the last 400,000 years. With the advent of the industrial revolution in 1860, however, the amount of CO2 being pumped into the atmosphere has exceeded the ability of the world's forests and jungles to keep up with it. The CO2 has now accumulated in the atmosphere to point where it is now at 405 PPM, a 45 percent increase. The forests and jungles love it, but we humans are not going to do very well as the Arctic, Antarctic and mountain glaciers melt, the oceans rise and the global climate gets much, much warming.

Full Mauna Loa CO2 record

Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide at Mauna Loa Observatory, Hawaii: 1958-2017

Recent Global CO2
July 2016:       404.21 ppm
July 2015:       400.66 ppm
Last updated:  July 5, 2016

Global Monthly Average in Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide for the last 5 years

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CO2 Increase Charts

Sioux Falls Scientists present CO2 (carbon dioxide) increase charts which
show no decrease in the rate of CO2 increase for the last 50 years.
CO2 is a potent greenhouse gas which, once there, takes a
very long time to remove from the atmosphere.