Tuesday, 20 June 2017

The test from Paul Beckwith on the Arctic

Arctic Methane & Jet Stream Disruption




Paul Beckwith


Many people use natural gas to heat their homes, without realizing that it is primarily composed of methane --- CH4. Methane levels in the Arctic are much higher than elsewhere on our planet, and are rapidly rising. I discuss where it comes from (sources); how it is removed from the atmosphere (sinks), and how it varies with latitude. As the Arctic continues to warm, the levels are rapidly rising, with greatly increased risks. 

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