Methane spikes to 2000 ppb in Utqiagvik (formerly Barrow), Alaska

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Methane spikes to 2000 ppb in Utqiagvik (formerly Barrow), Alaska

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  1. That’s not surprising. The ESAS is on the move, as is the permafrost. So we are nearly 300% up on preindustrial levels and not about to stop. Add to that the possible reaching of the self driving threshold, and industrial leakage, and this is a bleak picture. 140 times more potent than CO2 upon release, 23 over a century……what could possibly go wrong?

  2. Anybody have the monthly link for the Utqiaġvik (Barrow) methane levels?

    I have tried google and I can’t find the link. I am interested in permafrost melting daily if such a link is available. Thanks.

    Methane is THE driver for temperature rise. Carbon dioxide is not a worry in comparison.

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