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Today's CO2 Levels Break 23 Million Year Record

News   Jun 02, 2020 | Original story from The Geological Society of America.

 
Today's CO2 Levels Break 23 Million Year Record

The remains of land plants can be used to calculate the amount of CO2 in Earth's atmosphere. Credit: A. Hope Jahren.

 
 
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