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Looking at the Taylor dome ice core data on CO2 levels in the last 10,000 years and prior to the industrial revolution, one can see an increase in the mole fracture of CO2. Is this anthropogenic as well? If not, then what is the source of this increase?
This is a very good question and a lot has been written about whether the increase starting around 8000 years ago might have been due to early human activities.  The suggestion that this might be true was made popular by Bill Ruddiman, emeritus...

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