Friday, 21 July 2017

Wildfires in Siberia

CO2 levels at 873 ppm CO2 in 
Mongolia

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Sam Carana, via Facebook
Due to fires on July 16, 2017, CO₂ reached levels as high as 873 ppm in Mongolia. Carbon monoxide levels were as high as 37.19 ppm in the area where the fires burned.
The map shows the location (red marker) where the fires burned in Mongolia. The map also shows Lake Baikal across the border with Russia.
In Yukon Territory, Canada, CO₂ reached levels as high as 830 ppm, at a location where fires were burning on July 16, 2017. The map shows the location (red marker) where the fires burned in Canada.
From the post 'Wildfires', at: 


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