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   dcterms:title "Carbon Fluxes and Stocks for Grasslands and Shrublands in the Conterminous United States"^^xsd:string;
   gcis:hasCaption "Notes<br>\r\n(a) Biomass includes aboveground and belowground live plant parts.<br>\r\n(b) Soil stocks consider the top 20 cm.<br>\r\n(c) Other includes leaf litter and woody debris.<br>\r\n(d) Values, in teragrams of carbon (Tg C), are averages of the A1B, A2, and B1 climate scenarios and estimated using the FOREcasting SCEnarios of land-use change (FORE-SCE) model and the Erosion-Deposition-Carbon-Model (EDCM), CENTURY, and PBN carbon models (Liu et al., 2012b, 2014; Zhu et al., 2011). A negative carbon flux represents net ecosystem carbon uptake, while a positive carbon flux indicates carbon loss from the ecosystem. <br>"^^xsd:string;
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