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Satellite sees "lumpy" layer of CO2

An instrument aboard a seven-year-old satellite designed to help weather forecasters is proving to be a powerful new tool in climate monitoring by detecting the distribution of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. And it turns out, NASA scientists say -- contrary to conventional thinking that the greenhouse gas is spread uniformly over the planet in [...]

December 16, 2009
10:15 AM EST

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