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We've come a long way, and we're at the point now where it's hard to get (high levels of carbon monoxide),'' said Joe Cassmassi, senior meteorologist with the AQMD.
This pivotal document suggested that carbon sinks, like emissions reductions, could be credited under an international framework to reduce greenhouse gases.
Meanwhile, a variety of plans are proceeding to trade carbon credits on global exchanges or over the Internet.
But new research is showing that fertile soil can also act as a carbon sink.
Cytec's capital investment in the expansion, projected at approximately $150 million, is in addition to a modernization and recommissioning effort completed last year at the company's existing carbon fiber manufacturing site in Greenville, which increased Cytec's annual carbon fiber production capacity by 33 percent and added 60 new jobs.
An outdoor experiment mimicking the carbon dioxide rise predicted for this century found that poison ivy vines grew more than twice as much per year as they did in unaltered air, says Jacqueline E.
This company is said to provide customers with innovative carbon black pre-weighs and silane carbon black dry liquid concentrates.
Kok & Van Engelen Composites Structures in the Netherlands (a sister company of composite molder Fiberworx bv, also in the Hague), is developing new induction welding technology using a microwave coil to weld carbon fiber/thermoplastic composites.
If the basin can get through the winter without any high carbon monoxide days, it will get a clean bill of health for the second component of smog and face only the continuing struggle to reduce ozone and particulate matter.
One scientist estimated human respiration probably contributes as much as deforestation to the annual load of man-made carbon in the atmosphere.
In the late 1950s David Keeling of the Scripps Institute of Oceanography wondered if human activities were raising the levels of carbon dioxide in the earth's atmosphere.