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Weekly Data | Atmospheric CO2 PDF Print E-mail

November 2015

Weekly data is updated first at CO2.Earth.
(Go directly to the new CO2.Earth Weekly CO2 Page)


Atmospheric CO2  - Weekly Data
Mauna Loa Observatory   |   NOAA-ESRL Data


Atmospheric CO2 

November 22-28, 2015

400.37 ppm

(last week)

November 22-28
, 2014



(1 year ago)


November 22-28, 2005



(10 years ago)


Atmospheric CO2  -  Increase Since 1800
Mauna Loa Observatory   |   NOAA-ESRL Data

As of Last Week

Increase Since 1800 

November 22-28, 2015

+ 121.97 ppm

NOAA-ESRL updated weekly data on November 29, 2015.  ("ppm" means parts per million)


Weekly Data & Info (Mauna Loa Observatory) 


NOAA-ESRL  |  Weekly CO2 Data Since 1974

NOAA-ESRL  |  Weekly CO2 Information and Links 

Scripps CO2  |  Daily CO2 Reports

Scripps CO2  |  Historical CO2 Data @Keeling_Curve


More Data & Info (Mauna Loa Observatory)


CO2Now   |   Global CO2 Board

CO2Now   |   Monthly  CO2 Data (Mauna Loa)   

CO2Now   |   Annual CO2 Data (Mauna Loa & Global)

CO2Now   |  Acceleration of Atmospheric CO2


Daily & Weekly CO2 Graphs


The graph below is updated weekly by NOAA-ESRL.   It shows the daily and weekly (Sunday through Saturday) mean concentration of carbon dioxide measured in the atmosphere at the Mauna Loa Observatory in Hawaii, USA. 

Source:  NOAA - ESRL Weekly CO2 Trends  |  High Resolution PDF



The next graph from the Scripps CO2Program shows the latest weekly (and daily) data for atmospheric CO2 at the Mauna Loa Observatory.

Source:   Scripps CO2 Program:

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