Observing carbon cycle-climate feedbacks from space.

@article{Sellers2018ObservingCC,
  title={Observing carbon cycle-climate feedbacks from space.},
  author={Piers J. Sellers and David S Schimel and Berrien Moore and Junjie Liu and Annmarie Eldering},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  year={2018},
  volume={115 31},
  pages={
          7860-7868
        }
}
The impact of human emissions of carbon dioxide and methane on climate is an accepted central concern for current society. It is increasingly evident that atmospheric concentrations of carbon dioxide and methane are not simply a function of emissions but that there are myriad feedbacks forced by changes in climate that affect atmospheric concentrations. If these feedbacks change with changing climate, which is likely, then the effect of the human enterprise on climate will change. Quantifying… CONTINUE READING
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