Similar to the 2D animation, the 3D rendering shows the concentration levels of carbon dioxide and its motion over the area during one day. This visualization is based on operational forecast, and shows vertical distribution of CO2 in the air, which is affected by the weather and depends on topography of a particular region. The colors represent levels of CO2 – measured in parts per million (PPM) units. The animation step is 30 minutes over a period of 24 hours.