A Framework for Understanding Whole-Earth Carbon Cycling

@article{Lee2019AFF,
  title={A Framework for Understanding Whole-Earth Carbon Cycling},
  author={Cin-Ty A. Lee and Hehe Jiang and Rajdeep Dasgupta and Mark A. Torres},
  journal={Deep Carbon},
  year={2019}
}
increasing the sensitivity of the global weathering feedback (states a to b), which buffers the rise of pCO 2 . After magmatism ends, physical and chemical weathering persist, driving pCO 2 to low levels. Magmatic orogens can potentially drive greenhouses, but are followed by global cooling due to protracted weathering. 
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