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The growth rate of the air's carbon dioxide content, for example, has been constant since approximately 1975 and smaller than that assumed by the IPCC.
It measures the difference between the carbon dioxide content of the air at two different levels--one just above the plants and the other about three feet above the canopy [of rangeland plants]," explains ARS scientist Raymond Angell.
The government subsidizes corn-alcohol production, which slightly reduces the carbon dioxide content of engine gas discharge.
The well has also produced a carbon dioxide content that exceeds pipeline specifications.
When connected to a natural gas system, the company says the metering device can provide a fast, accurate, close to real time measurement of physical gas properties such as thermal conductivity, speed of sound and carbon dioxide content.
After connecting to a natural gas system, GasPT2 offers a fast, accurate, close to real-time measurement of physical gas properties including thermal conductivity, speed of sound and carbon dioxide content.
In a 1969 September memo, Moynihan wrote that there was a widespread agreement that carbon dioxide content would rise 25 percent by 2000.
All other influencing fermenting parameters, such as pitching rate, yeast generation, fermenting vessel geometry, the amount of assimilable nitrogen, yeast nutrients, oxygen and carbon dioxide content, and sugar content were the same for all trials regardless of the yeast used.
If we removed every last soul of the UK's 60 million people, and bulldozed the entire human edifice of industry, buildings and transport into the sea it would reduce global carbon dioxide emission by less than 2% and would not measurably alter atmospheric carbon dioxide content.
Sumaira Abdul Ali, an environmentalist and founder of Awaaz Foundation, said, "We need to increase Mumbai's tree cover urgently as that is the only way to reduce the carbon dioxide content in the air.
2] to monitor the oxygen and carbon dioxide content in food modified atmosphere packaging (MAP).
Geochemists can gauge the carbon dioxide content of the ancient atmosphere by studying fossilized soil, or paleosol, preserved in ancient rocks.

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