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15) and surface ozone can be interpreted as a result of the tropospheric destruction rate.

3 ppm. E n n 315 0 I- U K I- z 8 310 z 0 V ON V 9 I2 1957 3 6 19 58 9 12 3 6 1959 9 12 3 1960 FIG. 6. Variation in concentration of' atmospheric CO, in the southern hemisphere, 1957-1960 (Keeling, 1960). If obviously local contaminations, either anthropogenic or natural, are excluded, and only representative data are used, the distribution demonstrated in Figs. 6 and 7 is observed. There is almost no seasonal variation in the southern hemisphere and the regional differences are surprisingly small, as indicated by the excellent agreement between the Antarctic data and those obtained during the Downwind Cruise between 00 and 5005 latitude.

This slow cycle is of importance for geology and geochemistry but can be disregarded for our discussions. 1. GASES 30 The amounts of carbon stored in the various reservoirs (Fig. 9) are usually expressed in terms of average grams per square centimeter of the earth, or in units of atmospheric carbon. It is apparent that the deep sea contains by far most of the carbon of the “fast” cycle and that the other reservoirs are comparable to each other in size. In turn, the carbon content of the Rediments is several orders of magnitude larger than that of the deep sea.

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