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Categories: Geochemistry
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Suess effect  Seuss effect
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The Suess effect, also referred to as the 13C Suess effect, is a change in the ratio of the atmospheric concentrations of heavy isotopes of carbon by the admixture of large amounts of fossil-fuel derived CO2, which is depleted in 13CO2 and contains no 14CO2. Wikipedia
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The Suess effect, also referred to as the 13C Suess effect, is a change in the ratio of the atmospheric concentrations of heavy isotopes of carbon by the admixture of large amounts of fossil-fuel derived CO2, which is depleted in 13CO2 and contains no 14CO2. Wikipedia
Atmospheric chemical signature of fossil fuel burning Wikidata
The decrease in the ratio of heavier to lighter isotopes of carbon in atmospheric carbon dioxide due to anthropogenic emissions. Wiktionary
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