Correcting Misinformation on Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide; Pinatubo Study Phase 1…

Shale Magazine | May 13, 2022 at 8:09 AM
  • Tomer Tamarkin Abstract Digital signal processing technology was used to analyze daily carbon dioxide data from NOAA’s Global Monitoring Laboratory.
  • As upwelling seawater dense with DIC comes to the surface, it warms, and aqueous CO2 gas in the surface becomes oversaturated, out of balance with the Henry’s Law ratio for the temperature at the surface, resulting in CO2 gas being emitted to the air and a rebalancing the Henry’s Law dynamic equilibrium for that temperature.
  • Method The first phase of this study sought to determine if we could detect.