Friday, July 02, 2010

Pleistocene Global Warming

Grazing animals produce methane through natural fermentation of feed in their guts. Today, cattle produce about 20% of annual global methane emissions. "This influence may have been greater in the Pleistocene epoch, when atmospheric methane concentrations were considerably lower," says the study.

What are they higher today because of Man?
HT Watts Up

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