American Carbon Program ( NACP ) regional interim synthesis : Terrestrial iospheric model intercomparison

@inproceedings{Huntzingera2012AmericanCP,
  title={American Carbon Program ( NACP ) regional interim synthesis : Terrestrial iospheric model intercomparison},
  author={D. N. Huntzingera and W. M. Postb and Y. Weib and A. M. Michalakc and T. O. Westd and A. R. Jacobsone and I. T. Bakerg and J. M. Chenh and Kenneth J. Davis and D. J. Hayesb and F. M. Hoffmanb and Atul K. Jain and S. Liuk and A David McGuire and R. P. Neilsonm and Chris Pottern and B. Poultero and David Pricep and B. M. Raczka and H. Q. Tianq and P. Thorntonb and Enrico Tomelleri and N. Viovyo and J. Xiaos and W. Yuant and N. Zengu and M. Zhaov and R. Cookb},
  year={2012}
}
  • D. N. Huntzingera, W. M. Postb, +25 authors R. Cookb
  • Published 2012
Understanding of carbon exchange between terrestrial ecosystems and the atmosphere can be improved through direct observations and experiments, as well as through modeling activities. Terrestrial biosphere models (TBMs) have become an integral tool for extrapolating local observations and understanding to much larger terrestrial regions. Although models vary in their specific goals and approaches, their central role within carbon cycle science is to provide a better understanding of the… CONTINUE READING