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CarboScope Release 4.1

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CO2 Fluxes from Atmospheric Inversions
Jena_s96_v3.3 (details)
CarbonTracker_CTE2008 (details)
Lsce_var_v1.0 (details)
Jena_s99_v3.3 (details)

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Gobal Regions
GlobalNorthern Hemis.
TropicsSouthern Hemis.
Land Regions
Global Land
Northern Land
Southern Land
Tropical Land
North America
North Asia
Central Middle Europe
Tropical Asia
Europe (TrCom)
North Asia (TrCom)
Tropical Asia (TrCom)
Australia + NewZealand
Boreal North America (TrCom)
Northern America Temperate
Boreal Asia (TrCom)
Temperate Asia (TrCom)
North Africa (TrCom)
South Africa (TrCom)
Southern America
Tropical South America (TrCom)
South America Temperate (TrCom)
Ocean Regions
Global Ocean
Northern Atlantic Ocean
Northern Pacific Ocean
Tropical Atlantic Ocean
Tropical Pacific Ocean
Tropical Indian Ocean
Austral Ocean
Sub-Tropical Ocean
Sub-Antartic Ocean
Equatorial East
Equatorial Pacific West
Southern Atlantic
Southern Pacific
North Atlantic North
North Atlantic Temperate
North Pacific North
North Pacific Temperate

Flux Descriptions

Mean Fluxes : By convention, a positive sign is used for sources of CO2 to the atmosphere and a negative sign for sinks of CO2 from the atmosphere. These fluxes can be directly compared with the results of large-scale independent bottom-up models, inventories of accounting systems.

Total flux : defined here as the sum of ocean fluxes, land ecosystem exchange and fossil fuel emissions. The Total flux is a direct result of inversions.

Natural fluxes : the difference between the total flux and the fossil emissions.

Ocean fluxes : results from all physical and biological processes responsible for the exchange of CO2 across the air-sea interface.

Land fluxes : defined as the sum of photosynthesis, ecosystem respiration and biomass burning.
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