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   dcterms:title "CO2 Sources and Sinks"^^xsd:string;
   gcis:hasCaption "CO<sub>2</sub> sources and sinks (GtCO<sub>2</sub>/yr) over the period 1870–2015. The partitioning of atmospheric emissions among the atmosphere, land, and ocean is shown as equivalent negative emissions in the lower panel; of these, the land and ocean terms are sinks of atmospheric CO<sub>2</sub>. CO<sub>2</sub> emissions from net land-use changes are mainly from deforestation. The atmospheric CO<sub>2</sub> growth rate is derived from atmospheric observations and ice core data. The ocean CO<sub>2</sub> sink is derived from a combination of models and observations. The land sink is the residual of the other terms in a balanced CO<sub>2</sub> budget and represents the sink of anthropogenic CO<sub>2</sub> in natural land ecosystems. These terms only represent changes since 1750 and do not include natural CO<sub>2</sub> fluxes (for example, from weathering and outgassing from lakes and rivers).   (Figure source: Le Quére et al. 2016, Figure 3)."^^xsd:string;
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