Saturday, 6 May 2017

High CO2 levels in SE Asia

A quick Google check does not reveal any reports of wildfires in Laos. Go back to sleep, hobbits.
607 ppm carbon dioxide in Laos wildfires


In Laos, wildfires caused carbon dioxide (CO₂) to reach levels as high as 607 ppm on May 4, 2017, 16:30 UTC, at the location marked by the green circle.
That same day, at 15:00 UTC, at the same location, carbon monoxide (CO) levels were as high as 24.84 ppm. 
Created by Sam Carana for Arctic-news.blogspot.com
 

 with nullschool.net and Google Maps images.

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