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   dcterms:title "Major Components of the North American Carbon Cycle"^^xsd:string;
   gcis:hasCaption "For each component, estimates are shown for\r\naverage annual stock changes (boxes), fluxes (vertical arrows), and lateral transfers (horizontal arrows) from ca. 2004\r\nto 2013, the approximately 10-year period since the First State of the Carbon Cycle Report (CCSP 2007). All values\r\nare reported as teragrams of carbon (Tg C) per year. The sum of all fluxes between the atmosphere and the land or\r\nwater components equals the increase in atmospheric carbon, so none of the lateral fluxes are counted as exchange\r\nwith the atmosphere. Mathematical rounding accounts for the difference between this figure’s estimated 1,009 Tg C per\r\nyear added to the atmosphere over North America and the net carbon source estimate of 1,008 Tg C per year given\r\nin Table 2.2, p. 80. The net ecosystem flux of 959 Tg C per year from the atmosphere into land ecosystems is inferred\r\nfrom all the other fluxes based on the principle of conserving the overall mass balance of the different components.\r\n[Data sources: Data and certainty estimates are compiled and synthesized from the various chapters in this report.\r\nSee Preface section titled “Treatment of Uncertainty in SOCCR2,” p. 16, for an explanation of asterisks (i.e., certainty\r\nestimates).]"^^xsd:string;
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