One Big Carbon Footprint | KCET
One Big Carbon Footprint
Here's an animation of images taken by a JPL instrument on board NASA's Aqua satellite. It shows a very significant increase in carbon monoxide released into the atmosphere by the Station Fire.
According to NASA, carbon monoxide wafted up as high as 27,000 feet above the blaze. The "carbon footprint" stretches to the Great Lakes and north to Alaska.
More information about this at JPL's Web site.
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