NASA’s Carbon Trackers Yield New Maps

Image courtesy of NASA

NASA has collected seven years of data on carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, and methane, and now you can actually see where carbons are coming from and where they go.

Read the rest at KQED’s Climate Watch blog.

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