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Climate-carbon cycle feedback analysis: Results from the C
Eleven coupled climate–carbon cycle models used a common protocol to study the coupling between climate change and the carbon cycle. The models were forced by historical emissions and theExpand
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Modeling of mineral dust in the atmosphere: Sources, transport, and optical thickness
A global three-dimensional model of the atmospheric mineral dust cycle is developed for the study of its impact on the radiative balance of the atmosphere. The model includes four size classes ofExpand
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Observational Contrains on the Global Atmospheric Co2 Budget
Observed atmospheric concentrations of CO2 and data on the partial pressures of CO2 in surface ocean waters are combined to identify globally significant sources and sinks of CO2. The atmosphericExpand
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Methane emission from natural wetlands: Global distribution, area, and environmental characteristics of sources
A global data base of wetlands at 1° resolution has been developed from the integration of three independent global, digital sources: (1) vegetation, (2) soil properties and (3) fractional inundationExpand
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Three‐dimensional model synthesis of the global methane cycle
The geographic and seasonal emission distributions of the major sources and sinks of atmospheric methane were compiled using methane flux measurements and energy and agricultural statistics inExpand
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Iron supply and demand in the upper ocean
Iron is hypothesized to be a limiting micronutrient for ocean primary production. This paper presents an analysis of the iron budget in the upper ocean. The global distribution of annual ironExpand
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An intermediate complexity marine ecosystem model for the global domain
A new marine ecosystem model designed for the global domain is presented, and model output is compared with field data from nine different locations. Field data were collected as part of theExpand
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Contribution of different aerosol species to the global aerosol extinction optical thickness: Estimates from model results
We combine global distributions of aerosol loading resulting from transport models for soil dust, sulfate, sea salt, and carbonaceous aerosol. From the aerosol distributions we estimate opticalExpand
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Towards robust regional estimates of CO2 sources and sinks using atmospheric transport models
Information about regional carbon sources and sinks can be derived from variations in observed atmospheric CO2 concentrations via inverse modelling with atmospheric tracer transport models. AExpand
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The influence on climate forcing of mineral aerosols from disturbed soils
AEROSOLS influence the global radiation budget1, and so changes in the atmospheric aerosol load due to either natural causes or human activity will contribute to climate change2. A large fraction ofExpand
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