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Project-Wide High-Level Synthesis

REgional Carbon Cycle Assessment and Processes (RECCAP)

  • The GCP will undertake a major new assessment (2008-2009) on the carbon balance of large regions of the globe at the scale of continents and large ocean basins, including their component fluxes, using a combination of bottom up data and models from regional carbon cycle programs and global analyses. RECCAP homepage.

Carbon Budget and Trends

Bioenergy and Earth Sustainability

  • The Bioenergy and Earth System Sustainability Meeting was held 19-22 July 2008, Piracicaba, Brazil. Meeting homepage.

Synthesis of the Global Carbon Cycle

  • The GCP delivers high-level state-of-the-art synthesis on the integrated view of the carbon–climate–human system and specific components of it. A global synthesis will take place every four years. The first of such synthesis was produced as a collaborative effort between the Scientific Committee on Problems of the Environment (SCOPE) and the GCP and published in 2004. Field C, Raupach M, editors (2004) Global Carbon Cycle: Interpreting humans, climate, and the natural world, Field C, Raupach M (Eds.). Island Press, Washington D.C. Outline; Introduction Chapter (PDF, 411 Kb); Publisher.

  • Carbon Policy Brief

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