Ralph Keeling

professor at Scripps Institution of Oceanography

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The Arctic and northern Russia recently hit 84 degrees. It’s usually around 54 degrees there this time of year.

As temperatures warm, CO2 levels hit a new record

The Arctic and northern Russia recently hit 84 degrees. It’s usually around 54 degrees there this time of year.

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