The CarbonDoomsDay Web API is a RESTish Web service that is used to access climate change related data. It enables anyone to enhance NOAA's carbon dioxide data by building charts, sensor networks, and more. NOAA scientists measure the carbon dioxide in the Earth's atmosphere from Mauna Loa, Hawaii. CarbonDoomsDay provides a way to digest this public data for everyone.
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29-11-18 18:38:11[Brief] ProgrammableWeb's Most Interesting APIs in 2018: Health, IoT, and Environment updated with Related API CarbonDoomsDay Web
13-02-18 13:44:42[Brief] Daily API RoundUp: CarbonDoomsDay, GunBroker, MakePrintable, FakeJSON updated with Related API CarbonDoomsDay Web