Paleonet: O2 levels

Jorge A. Santiago-Blay blayjorge at gmail.com
Wed Jan 25 03:04:31 GMT 2017


O2 levels

Dear Paleonetters:

A colleague sent me a paleoclimatology query recently, as follows:

"All the fuss over 395 ppm or 398 ppm CO2, but not a word about what
happens to O2 and its increase or decline. If late K O2 was 30-34%, where
did it all go and is anyone looking at O2 over the last 10 MY for example
ad obviously if O2 drops to 15-18% what happens. Just wondering."

Any illumination welcomed directly to blayjorge at gmail.com

Apologies for potential duplicate emails.

Sincerely,

Jorge

Jorge A. Santiago-Blay, PhD
blaypublishers.com

1. Positive experiences for authors of papers published in *LEB*
http://blaypublishers.com/testimonials/

2. Free examples of papers published in *LEB*:
http://blaypublishers.com/category/previous-issues/.

3. *Guidelines for Authors* and page charges of *LEB*:
http://blaypublishers.com/archives/ *.*

4. Want to subscribe to *LEB*? http://blaypublishers.com/subscriptions/


http://blayjorge.wordpress.com/
http://paleobiology.si.edu/staff/individuals/santiagoblay.cfm
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
URL: <http://lists.paleonet.org/pipermail/paleonet/attachments/20170124/9fe21f65/attachment.html>


More information about the Paleonet mailing list