The U.S agency of NASA launched the first video created by supercomputer model. The new supercomputer model packed one year long data of gaseous changes in a video of ten seconds.
The basic goal of the video is to make people completely understand the notion of alterations in carbon emission.
There are two extremely astonishing things related to that video. Firstly, the video revealed that most of the carbon dioxide is released from the northern hemisphere. Secondly, the emission of carbon dioxide fall in the season of spring and summer. The changes in the forests and other plants are the chief reasons behind the reduction.
On the other hand, southern hemisphere release another gas in the atmosphere known as carbon monoxide. Carbon monoxide is a colorless, odorless and tasteless gas which is relatively thicker than the air. It is considered as one of the most harmful gases for both the human beings and environment.
Moreover, the video displays various levels of the global concentration of the greenhouse effect.
Bill Putman, the main researcher of the project expressed that carbon dioxide has indeed a considerable impact on the global environment. However, it is really captivating to view the contribution of local sources and weather systems in the atmosphere of Earth.
Researchers of NASA Goddard’s Global Modeling and Assimilation Office took help from a computer model known as GEOS-4. This new computer model is nearly 64 times superior to the ordinary global climate models. It is one of the highest resolution models ever designed.
This video is the first thing that showed the amount of carbon dioxide which moves around the Earth’s atmosphere.