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Recent Global CO2 Trend

August 04:   412.95 ppm
August 03:   412.94 ppm
August 02:   412.94 ppm
August 01:   412.93 ppm
July 31:   412.92 ppm
Last Updated: August 5, 2020
Global CO2

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The figure shows daily averaged CO2 from four GML Baseline observatories; Barrow, Alaska (in blue), Mauna Loa, Hawaii (in red), American Samoa (in green), and South Pole, Antarctica (in yellow). The thick black lines represent the average of the smoothed seasonal curves and the smoothed, de-seasonalized curves for each of the records. These lines are a very good estimate of the global average levels of CO2. Details about how the smoothed seasonal cycle and trend are calculated from the daily data are available here.