According to a study, the earthly okosystems continued to take account of 40 percent despite increasing CO2 emissions since about 100 years
A new study supplies food for climate keptics. After her, the earth seems to absorb more CO2 emissions from the air when one has thought so far. This was able to force the catastrophic scenarios built by the UN climate to achieve rapid action to reduce emissions with the 2-degree threshold, in their meaningful. So far, only 40 percent of people-caused CO2 emissions have remained in the atmosphere, the rest was absorbed by the organisms in the sea and in the country, which prevents additional climate heat.
In his study, which was published in the Geophysical Research Letters, Wolfgang Knorr set that the ratio between the CO2 concentration in the atmosphere and the proportion received by the soil and winder, with a fluctuation of 0.7 + / – 1.4% per decade has remained the same since 1850 – although the CO2 emissions have risen from 2 billion in terms of 35 billion tons since € 2 billion. After that, the Okosystems either had a much coarse capacity for CO2 storage, when it has been adopted so far, or they have changed parallel to the rising stress.
Knorr tries to refute claims from other climatologists, which suggests that less CO2 is absorbed by water and land and thus continue the CO2 concentrations in the atmosphere. For example, these had not taken into account change in land use and measurement data before the 1950s. Although Knorr’s calculations are based on quantities and statistical data as well as data from ice core analyzes, nevertheless they also come without hypotheses and amptions.
The climatic objectives, which are to be negotiated at the UN Summit in Copenhagen, are based on the fact that the earthly okosystems without tuning of people, for example, by Geoengineering projects continue to record a certain amount of CO2 emissions ied in the atmosphere. If this amount was sinking, the climate warming was progressed faster. Knorr wants to give no all-clear with his analysis, so far, in addition to uncertainties in the data situation, is not known why the relative CO2 recording has remained constant so far. Knorr points to numerous uncertainties, especially on the uncertainties about the emissions caused by land use. There is obviously rough uncertainty. Maybe the emissions were met by changing land use, in the case by deforestation, between 18 and 75 percent.