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Earth’s self regulation of Carbon Dioxide is remarkably stable: From CSIRO: ‘What we learned is that in spite of droughts, floods, volcano eruptions, El Niño and other events, the Earth system has been remarkably consistent in regulating the inter-annual variations in atmospheric carbon dioxide levels,’

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Earth’s self regulation of Carbon Dioxide is remarkably stable

http://wattsupwiththat.com/2013/07/23/earths-self-regulation-of-carbon-dioxide-is-remarkably-stable

From CSIRO: “What we learned is that in spite of droughts, floods, volcano eruptions, El Niño and other events, the Earth system has been remarkably consistent in regulating the inter-annual variations in atmospheric carbon dioxide levels,” Tropical ecosystems regulate variations in Earth’s carbon dioxide levels Rising temperatures, influenced by natural events such as El Niño, […]

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