The global carbon cycle: a test of our knowledge of earth as a system.

@article{Falkowski2000TheGC,
  title={The global carbon cycle: a test of our knowledge of earth as a system.},
  author={P. Falkowski and R. Scholes and E. Boyle and J. Canadell and D. Canfield and J. Elser and N. Gruber and K. Hibbard and P. H{\"o}gberg and S. Linder and F. Mackenzie and B. Moore and T. Pedersen and Y. Rosenthal and S. Seitzinger and V. Smet{\'a}cek and W. Steffen},
  journal={Science},
  year={2000},
  volume={290 5490},
  pages={
          291-6
        }
}
Motivated by the rapid increase in atmospheric CO2 due to human activities since the Industrial Revolution, several international scientific research programs have analyzed the role of individual components of the Earth system in the global carbon cycle. Our knowledge of the carbon cycle within the oceans, terrestrial ecosystems, and the atmosphere is sufficiently extensive to permit us to conclude that although natural processes can potentially slow the rate of increase in atmospheric CO2… Expand
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