Sunday, 12 August 2018

Methane readings in the Arctic

H/T Joe Neubarth who contends, accurately I think, that data is being manipulated by NOAA (and to a lesser extent, NASA)
Is the data for methane emissions being manipulated?

Methane readings for this year.

The first is Hawaii with readings trending down.

The second is Svalbard and their readings are definitely trending down.

The third reading is from Tiksi, Russia and their readings are going down.

The fourth reading is from Alert, Canada and it too is trending down.

They are all going DOWN in spite of the tremendous indication of Methane Release from the satellites.

2626 ppb and a lot more White Out to keep the numbers down.

This seems to indicate that emissions are not happening where we would expect them to be?

A peak methane readingof 3048 ppb

On the morning of August 6, 2018, mean global methane levels were as high as 1896 ppb at 293 mb. 

More importantly, peak levels that afternoon were as high as 3046 ppb, as illustrated by the image. 

Most importantly, the image shows that the likely origin of those high levels is the Arctic Ocean, which should act as a stark warning of things to come.

From the post 'Peaks Matter', at:

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