Figure : tracking-earth-carbon-methane-budgets

Tracking Earth's Carbon and Methane Budgets

Figure 2.5

This figure appears in chapter 2 of the Our Changing Planet: The U.S. Global Change Research Program for Fiscal Year 2017 report.

An accounting of global carbon dioxide sources and sinks, from 1870-2014. Carbon dioxide emissions from fossil fuels, industry, and land-use change are taken up by terrestrial ecosystems, the oceans, and the atmosphere. Increasing atmospheric carbon dioxide concentrations, in turn, are driving global warming. (Source: Global Carbon Project).

When citing this figure, please reference Global Carbon Budget 2015, by C Le Quéré, R Moriarty, RM Andrew, JG Canadell, S Sitch, JI Korsbakken, P Friedlingstein, GP Peters, RJ Andres, TA Boden, RA Houghton, JI House, RF Keeling, P Tans, A Arneth, DCE Bakker, L Barbero , L Bopp, J Chang, F Chevallier, LP Chini, P Ciais, M Fader, R Feely, T Gkritzalis, I Harris, J Hauck, T Ilyina, AK Jain, E Kato, V Kitidis, K Klein Goldewijk, C Koven, P Landschützer, SK Lauvset, N Lefèvre, A Lenton, ID Lima, N Metzl, F Millero, DR Munro, A Murata, JEMS Nabel, S Nakaoka, Y Nojiri, K O'Brien, A Olsen, T Ono, FF Pérez, B Pfeil, D Pierrot, B Poulter, G Rehder, C Rödenbeck, S Saito, U Schuster, J Schwinger, R Séférian, T Steinhoff, BD Stocker, AJ Sutton, T Takahashi, B Tilbrook, IT van der Laan-Luijkx, GR van der Werf, S van Heuven, D Vandemark, N Viovy, A Wiltshire, S Zaehle, and N Zeng (2015), Earth System Science Data, DOI:10.5194/essd-7-349-2015..

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The time range for this figure is January 01, 1970 (00:31 AM) to January 01, 1970 (00:33 AM).

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