Wednesday, 23 March 2016

Anthropogenic carbon release rate unprecedented

We conclude that, given currently available records, the present anthropogenic carbon release rate is unprecedented during the past 66 million years. We suggest that such a ‘no-analogue’ state represents a fundamental challenge in constraining future climate projections. Also, future ecosystem disruptions are likely to exceed the relatively limited extinctions observed at the The Palaeocene–Eocene Thermal Maximum...

From a recent article in Nature Geoscience. Cheery reading.

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