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   dcterms:title "Estimates of Annual, North American, Land Biosphere Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Fluxes (Including Fire) Derived from Atmospheric CO2 Measurements Using Inverse Models and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Inventory over the Period 2004 to 2013"^^xsd:string;
   gcis:hasCaption "Emissions in teragrams of carbon (Tg C) per year are listed for the Atmospheric Tracer Transport Model Intercomparison Project’s (TransCom) temperate and boreal North American regions (Gurney et al., 2002). The “inverse models” column averages across the four inverse models (CarbonTracker [CT], Copernicus Atmospheric Monitoring Service [CAMS], CarbonTracker-Europe [CTE], and CarboScope) and represents the best estimate from this ensemble. Fossil fuel emissions are derived from Boden et al. (2017). Values reported are the 2004 to 2013 mean plus or minus a measure of interannual and across-model variability (twice the standard error of the mean of annual emissions). Negative emissions represent a sink.<br>\r\n<br>\r\nNotes<br>\r\n(a) Version v15r4,<br>\r\n(b) Version v3.8.<br>\r\n(c) U.S. EPA (2017) estimates correspond to “managed lands” in the United States, which largely corresponds to the TransCom temperate North American region."^^xsd:string;
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