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Carbon-13 in CH4

Carbon-13 in CH4 has decreased since 2008, but the short record (only back to 1998) combined with multiple sources precludes any simple explanation at this point. Ratios of 13C/12C in CH4 tend to be lower in the Northern Hemisphere.

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