Google+ Hangout

On September 9, 2014, AMNH Science Bulletins hosted a Google+ Hangout about the past, present, and future of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. See CO2’s patterns around the globe, learn how its rise was discovered, and the significance of passing an atmospheric CO2 concentration of 400 parts per million. Joining Laura Allen, editorial producer of AMNH Science Bulletins, were:

  • Pieter Tans, Senior Scientist at NOAA Earth System Research Laboratory and lead, Carbon Cycle Greenhouse Gases Group
  • Ralph Keeling, program director of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography CO2 Program and son of Charles Keeling
  • Andy Jacobson, University of Colorado research scientist and NOAA lead for CarbonTracker at ESRL

Watch the recording here.