As I mentioned in an earlier post, I recently modified my smoothing program so that it would record not only the estimated smoothed value, but the estimated smooothed velocity (rate of change) as well. I’m always a little leery of a new analysis method, there could be some unanticipated quirk of its behavior, but let’s apply it anyway to estimate the momentary rate of change (the velocity) of CO2 on about a 5-year time scale.
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