Tag Archives: Henry’s Law

Ocean CO2 uptake

This is a post I’ve been meaning to write for some time, and is partly motivated by a discussion Drikan and I have been having on another blog. It will probably end up being two posts, with this one simply … Continue reading

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Mass Balance

I once again managed to get involved in a discussion on Judith Curry’s blog about the rise in atmospheric CO2. This time was slightly better than it has been in the past, as most seemed to at least agree that … Continue reading

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Drawing down atmospheric CO2 – part 2

I’ve finally got some time to write up my second post on drawing down atmospheric CO2. In the first post I was trying to get across two basic things. One was that it’s important to distinguish between the residence time … Continue reading

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Henry’s Law

Update – 03 March 2019: This post is really a bit simplistic. I’ve since covered this in more detail and written a series of posts. You can find them here, here and here. Murry Salby is doing a tour of … Continue reading

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