February 16th, 2023
U.S. Department of Energy Announces
$45 Million to Validate Marine
Carbon Dioxide Removal Techniques
Sensing Exports of Anthropogenic Carbon
through Ocean Observation (SEA-CO2)
SEA CO2 projects will provide the tools to create data-driven, model-based marine carbon accounting frameworks by developing:
Sensor technologies that can operate at greater spatial and temporal scales.
Regional-scale ocean carbon transport and storage models
CO2 in 400,000 Years of Ice Core Records
The absolute best way to see the effect of CO2 on global weather is to go directly to the evidence. The evidence just happens to be stored in over 400,000 years of layer after layer of ice. Research scientists have collected a significant body of samples that provide the answers. This brief video (3 min watch) describes the findings.
Written By Bruno Venditti - Graphics & Design by Miranda Smith Produced & Published at www.visualcapitalist.com
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