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         rdf:value "- The estimate for stock change in forests at the continental scale is the sum of the three countries, where stock change in forest plus the net of forest area loss or gain was used to calculate the estimates for the United States and Canada, while forest NEE was used as an approximation of stock change in Mexico (SOCCR-2 Table 9.3). <br/>- The stock change in each of these land ecosystems is approximated as their NEE estimates (SOCCR-2 Table 2.2).<br/>The lateral transfers of carbon were calculated from land ecosystems into aquatic ecosystem (SOCCR-2 Table 14.1) and harvested product (SOCCR-2 Table 9.3) pools. <br/>- The large amount of carbon estimated as lateral fluxes out of the land ecosystems were both added to the net stock change estimates to calculate an overall, apparent net absorption of atmospheric CO2 by North American land ecosystems.<br/>- The net ecosystem flux into North American land ecosystems from the atmosphere were subtracted as a combination of emissions from inland waters (SOCCR-2 Table 14.1) and emissions from woody biomass removal and use (SOCCR-2 Table 9.3). <br/>- The remainder of the lateral carbon transfer was added to sediment in inland waters (SOCCR-2 Table 14.1) and as wood in the products pool (SOCCR-2 Table 9.3) or exported (SOCCR-2 Table 14.1) to estuarine and coastal ocean systems. <br/>- Tidal wetlands were estimated to act as an additional sink (SOCCR-2 Chapter 15: Tidal Wetlands and Estuaries) of atmospheric CO2 that was either stored in sediment (SOCCR-2 Ch. 15: Tidal Wetlands and Estuaries) or transferred laterally to estuaries and net outgassing of CO2 (SOCCR-2 Ch. 15: Tidal Wetlands and Estuaries).<br/>- The coastal oceans were added as a net sink of carbon from the atmosphere (SOCCR-2 see Table 16.5) <br/>- The balance of carbon in the budget was buried in the sediment of estuaries (SOCCR-2 Ch. 15) and coastal oceans (SOCCR-2 Table 16.5), and the remainder in the overall budget calculation represents a net export (SOCCR-2 Table 16.5) out of the continental system to the open ocean.<br/>- All the vertical fluxes were summed as the net of all sources and sinks over the ca. 2004 to 2013 time period"^^xsd:string;
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