Weather Makers
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Started by mcfarmer - March 20, 2021, 10:30 a.m.

Some may take exception to parts of the article but overall I found it interesting.

Possibly we will be making more farmland.

If a project is possible, the Chinese will do it.

By metmike - March 20, 2021, 11:40 a.m.
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Wonderful thread!

Not just possible but happening.

It would be tough to overcome climate change.....................but guess what?

That's exactly WHY it's happening and can be enhanced even more!!!

Deserts greening up from rising CO2 below

                    Deserts 'greening' from rising CO2


Increased levels of carbon dioxide (CO2) have helped boost green foliage across the world's arid regions over the past 30 years through a process called CO2 fertilisation, according to CSIRO research.                                               


In findings based on , CSIRO, in collaboration with the Australian National University (ANU), found that this CO2 correlated with an 11 per cent increase in foliage cover from 1982-2010 across parts of the arid areas studied in Australia, North America, the Middle East and Africa, according to CSIRO research scientist, Dr Randall Donohue.

The Greening of the Sahara: Past Changes and Future Implications

By metmike - March 20, 2021, 11:45 a.m.
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NEW:  Optimal CO2 for life more than double current level. See the proof with thousands of studies. Showing Scientific American.....and mainstream science sold to us........ to be wrong about plants and the affects from Climate Change. December 2020

In addition: Increasing CO2 causes plants to be more drought tolerant(they don't need to open their stomata as wide to get CO2, since its more concentrated in the air........ which results in less transpiration(water loss).

They also do better with heat at higher CO2 levels:

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Photosynthesis and CO2 Enrichment

The effect of CO2 concentration on photosynthetic rate at constant temperature is shown below for C3 and C4 crops.