Who Does It and How

Professor Kevin Gurney of Purdue University and colleagues prepared a YouTube video in 2008 which shows where carbon dioxide emissions originate and how.

Professor Gurney went on, talking more about tracking the details of carbon dioxide emissions in a Google TechTalk, and the “missing sink” for CO2 emissions:

And gave another interesting talk emphasizing that the natural world, principally the biosphere, are being saturated by our emissions:

And remember, it’s us:

And you can now get a Google Earth overlay showing carbon emissions:

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4 Responses to Who Does It and How

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  3. jyyh says:

    some background about a satellite mentioned in the videos: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orbiting_Carbon_Observatory

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