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Terrestrial (including terrestrial-atmosphere) top


Bioenergy and Earth System Sustainability Meeting (link)

  • Papers presented at the meeting
  • 19-22 July 2008

Carbon Balance and Terrestrial Vulnerabilities (pdf, 4.2Mb)


Regional Carbon Budgets:from methodologies to quantification (ppt, 8.2Mb)

  • Author: Pep Canadell
  • Regional Carbon Budgets: from methodologies to quantification, Beijing, China, 15-18th of November 2004

Terrestrial Carbon Budget of India (pdf, 5.9Mb)

  • Author: Abha Chhabra
  • Regional Carbon Budgets: from methodologies to quantification, Beijing, China, 15-18th of November 2004

Scientific and policy requirements for comprehensive and dynamic carbon budgets (ppt, 2.9Mb)

  • Author: Mike Apps
  • Regional Carbon Budgets: from methodologies to quantification, Beijing, China, 15-18th of November 2004

Present Knowledge of Forest Ecosystem Carbon in Russia and Problems of its Improving (ppt, 779Kb)

  • Authors: Vladislav Alexeyev, Maxim Markov, Boris Rybinin, Michael Tarasov, Pavel Zimnitsky
  • Regional Carbon Budgets: from methodologies to quantification, Beijing, China, 15-18th of November 2004

Dynamic Regional Carbon Budget Based on Multi- Scale Data- Model Fusion (pdf, 6.1Mb)

  • Author: Mingkui Cao, Jiyuan Liu, Guirui Yu
  • Regional Carbon Budgets: from methodologies to quantification, Beijing, China, 15-18th of November 2004

North American Carbon Program (ppt, 5.3Mb)

  • Author: Kevin Robert Gurney
  • Regional Carbon Budgets: from methodologies to quantification, Beijing, China, 15-18th of November 2004

Forest Carbon Budgets, withexamples, mainly with a US temperate forest perspective (ppt, 6Mb)

  • Author: Linda S. Heath
  • Regional Carbon Budgets: from methodologies to quantification, Beijing, China, 15-18th of November 2004

Sources and sinks of Carbon from Changes in land use (pdf, 3.9Mb)

  • Author: R. A. Houghton
  • Regional Carbon Budgets: from methodologies to quantification, Beijing, China, 15-18th of November 2004

Biospheric Process Models: The Challenge of Integrating Ecosystem Dynamics and Land Cover Change (ppt, 12.4Mb)

  • Author: David McGuire
  • Regional Carbon Budgets: from methodologies to quantification, Beijing, China, 15-18th of November 2004

Tropical Peatlands and Global Carbon Budget (ppt, 17.5Mb)

  • Author: Daniel Murdiyarso, Nyoman Suryadiputr
  • Regional Carbon Budgets: from methodologies to quantification, Beijing, China, 15-18th of November 2004

Brazil Methods, Quantities, Issues (pdf, 12.7Mb)

  • Author: Nobre
  • Regional Carbon Budgets: from methodologies to quantification, Beijing, China, 15-18th of November 2004

Greenhouse Gas Balance of Russia (ppt, 4.1Mb)

  • Author: S. Nilsson, E.A. Vaganov, V.A. Rozhkov, A. Shvidenko, V. Stolbovoi, I. McCallum, M. Jonas, and M. Obersteinera
  • Regional Carbon Budgets: from methodologies to quantification, Beijing, China, 15-18th of November 2004

Towards higher spatial detail in European forests carbon budget- a component of the Carbo-Europe IP (ppt, 177Kb)

  • Author: Gert-Jan Nabuurs, Bernhard Schlamadinger, Marcus Lindner, Michael kohl, Rainer Baritz, Gunther Seufert
  • Regional Carbon Budgets: from methodologies to quantification, Beijing, China, 15-18th of November 2004

Model Overview, Testing and Application to Agroecosystems (pdf, 1.9Mb)

  • Author: D. S. Ojima , S. J. Del Grosso, W.J. Parton, A R. Mosier and C. Keough
  • Regional Carbon Budgets: from methodologies to quantification, Beijing, China, 15-18th of November 2004

Model-data synthesis and carbon budgets (pdf, 6.7Mb)

  • Author: Michael Raupach
  • Regional Carbon Budgets: from methodologies to quantification, Beijing, China, 15-18th of November 2004

Canadian Forest Carbon Budgets at Multi-Scales (pdf, 2.2Mb)

  • Author: Dr Changhui Peng
  • Regional Carbon Budgets: from methodologies to quantification, Beijing, China, 15-18th of November 2004

Temporal and Spatial resolution of Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Europe (pdf, 769Kb)

  • Author: Stefan Reis, Yvonne Scholz, Thomas Pregger and Rainer Friedrich
  • Regional Carbon Budgets: from methodologies to quantification, Beijing, China, 15-18th of November 2004

Australia’s National Carbon Accounting System (pdf, 2.8Mb)

  • Author: Dr Gary Richards
  • Regional Carbon Budgets: from methodologies to quantification, Beijing, China, 15-18th of November 2004

Sectorial Budgets: Methods, Quantities, Issues - Agriculture (ppt, 1.5Mb)

  • Author: Pete Smith
  • Regional Carbon Budgets: from methodologies to quantification, Beijing, China, 15-18th of November 2004

Carbon fluxes and sequestration opportunities in grassland ecosystems (pdf, 2.3Mb)

  • Author: Jean- Francois Soussana
  • Regional Carbon Budgets: from methodologies to quantification, Beijing, China, 15-18th of November 2004

The C budget of Japan: Ecosystem Model (TsuBiMo) (ppt, 1Mb)

  • Author: Y. Yamagata and G. Alexandrov
  • Regional Carbon Budgets: from methodologies to quantification, Beijing, China, 15-18th of November 2004

Carbon budgets and trends in China (pdf, 1.7Mb)

  • Author: Guangsheng Zhou
  • Regional Carbon Budgets: from methodologies to quantification, Beijing, China, 15-18th of November 2004

Combining land use statistics with process based ecosystems to estimate the European carbon balance (pdf, 908Kb)

  • Author: Sonke Zaehle
  • Regional Carbon Budgets: from methodologies to quantification, Beijing, China, 15-18th of November 2004

Coupling Carbon Sequestration and Sustainable Development (ppt, 2.3Mb)

  • Author: Petra Tschakert
  • Regional Carbon Budgets: from methodologies to quantification, Beijing, China, 15-18th of November 2004

If Carbon stocks are up, who gets the credit? (ppt, 235Kb)

  • Authors: Miko Kirschaum and Annette Cowie
  • Terrestrial Carbon Sinks Workshop, Wegen, Switzerland, September, 2002

Carbon Sequestratioin in European Agricultural Soils by 2010 - Potential, Uncertainties, Policy Impacts (ppt, 786Kb)

  • Author: Annette Freibauer
  • Terrestrial Carbon Sinks Workshop, Wegen, Switzerland, September, 2002

Land Use/Cover Change Effects on Terrestrial Carbon Sources and Sinks (ppt, 7.9Mb)

  • Author: Pep Canadell
  • APN Land Use Meeting, Kobe, Japan September, 2002

Mechanisms of Current Terrestrial Carbon Sinks and Future Persistency (ppt, 11.7Mb)

  • Author: Pep Canadell
  • Terrestrial Carbon Sinks Workshop, Wegen, Switzerland, September, 2002

Vegetation dynamics in simulations of radiatively-forced climate change (ppt, 1.78Mb)

  • Author: Richard Betts, Chris Jones, Peter Cox
  • Terrestrial Carbon Sinks Workshop, Wegen, Switzerland, September, 2002

Terrestrial biosphere and global change: the carbon cycle at the land surface (ppt, 8.54Mb)

  • Author: Han Dolman
  • Terrestrial Carbon Sinks Workshop, Wegen, Switzerland, September, 2002

Using Land Use Change Models to assess Biophysical and Biogeochemical Consequences: The Future is Not Like the Past (ppt, 1.7Mb)

  • Author: R. DeFries
  • IGBP-WCRP-IHDP Open Science Conference, July, Amsterdam, 2001

Developing historic land cover databases. The BIOME 300-experience (ppt, 5.5Mb)

  • Author: Rik Leemans
  • IGBP-WCRP-IHDP Open Science Conference, July, Amsterdam, 2001

Nitrogen Controls on Carbon Sequestration (ppt, 282Kb)

  • Authors: J. Melillo, D. Kicklighter, H. tian, A. McGuire, J. Clein, B. Moore III
  • IGBP-WCRP-IHDP Open Science Conference, July, Amsterdam, 2001

The Consequences of International Agricultural Reserach on Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Global Climate Change (ppt, 305Kb)

  • Authors: L.V. Verchot, P. Grace, P. Sanchez, J. Ingram, C. Palm, R. Wassman, M. Fisher, R. Thomas, F. Chandler, W. Bowen, R. Reid, M. Wopereis and S. Waddington
  • IGBP-WCRP-IHDP Open Science Conference, July, Amsterdam, 2001.

The Effects of Historical Changes in Global Agricultural Land on the Terrestrial Carbon Cycle (ppt, 729Kb)

  • Author: Navin Ramankutty
  • IGBP-WCRP-IHDP Open Science Conference, July, Amsterdam, 2001.

Water, carbon and nutrients on the Australian continent: effects of climate gradients and land use changes (ppt, 1.76Mb)


Satellite data, ecosystem models and site data: contributions of the IGBP flux network to carbon cycle science (ppt, 1.17Mb)

  • Authors: David Schimel, Galina Churkina, Eva Falge, Rob Braswell, James Trembath
  • IGBP-WCRP-IHDP Open Science Conference, July, Amsterdam, 2001.

The past, present and future of carbon on land (ppt, 9.08Mb)

  • Author: Bob Scholes
  • IGBP-WCRP-IHDP Open Science Conference, July, Amsterdam, 2001.

Climate Change Impacts on Circumboreal Fire and Carbon (ppt, 42.5Mb)

  • Authors: M.D. Flannigan, B.D. Amiro, K.A. Logan, B.M. Wotton, B.J. Stocks and J.B. Todd
  • IGBP-WCRP-IHDP Open Science Conference, July, Amsterdam, 2001

Terrestrial carbon cycle parameter estimation from the ground-up: A case study for Australia (ppt, 6.33Mb)

  • Author: Damian Barrett
  • Model-Data Interaction and Network Design for Biogeochemical Research Advanced Study Institute, NCAR, Boulder, Colorado, USA, May 2002.

Flux Networks - Measurements and Analysis (ppt, 13.2Mb)

  • Author: Bev Law
  • Model-Data Interaction and Network Design for Biogeochemical Research Advanced Study Institute, NCAR, Boulder, Colorado, USA, May 2002

Constructing and evaluating forward models of the terrestrial carbon cycle (ppt, 5.1Mb)

  • Author: Peter Thornton
  • Model-Data Interaction and Network Design for Biogeochemical Research Advanced Study Institute, NCAR, Boulder, Colorado, USA, May 2002

Effects of Elevated CO2 on Terrestrial Ecosystem Processes (ppt, 23.7Mb)

  • Author: Pep Canadell
  • Pacific Congress, Sydney, Australia. July 1999.

Riverine and Coastal Zones top


River discharge, coastal metabolism, and the fate of carbon in the coastal zone (pdf, 2.2Mb)

  • Author: Jean-Pierre Gattuso
  • Regional Carbon Budgets: from methodologies to quantification, Beijing, China, 15-18th of November 2004

Is the Evasion of CO2 from Amazon River Corridors to the Atmosphere "Significant" Relative to Forest Uptake? (ppt, 17.6Mb)

  • Author:Jeffrey E. Richey
  • IGBP-WCRP-IHDP Open Science Conference, July, Amsterdam, 2001.

Global Changing in the Coastal Zone: The Case of Southeast Asia. (ppt, 21.4Mb)

  • Author: L. Talaue-McManus
  • IGBP-WCRP-IHDP Open Science Conference, July, Amsterdam, 2001.

Ocean (including ocean-atmosphere) top


Drivers of Change: Fossil Fuel Emissions (pdf, 7.8Mb)

  • Author: Gregg Marland
  • Regional Carbon Budgets: from methodologies to quantification, Beijing, China, 15-18th of November 2004

Ocean Constraints on the Atmospheric Inverse Problem. The contribution of Forward and Inverse Models. (pdf, 5.24Mb)

  • Author: Nicolas Gruber
  • Model-Data Interaction and Network Design for Biogeochemical Research Advanced Study Institute, NCAR, Boulder, Colorado, USA, May 2002.

Emissions From The Oceans To The Atmosphere Deposition From The Atmosphere to The Oceans And The Interactions Between Them. (ppt, 3.39Mb)

  • Author: Tim Jickells
  • Model-Data Interaction and Network Design for Biogeochemical Research Advanced Study Institute, NCAR, Boulder, Colorado, USA, May 2002.

How ocean CO2 fluxes are estimated/measured. (ppt, 12.4Mb)

  • Author: Colm Sweeney
  • Model-Data Interaction and Network Design for Biogeochemical Research Advanced Study Institute, NCAR, Boulder, Colorado, USA, May 2002.

Atmosphere top


Regional Inversion of continuous atmospheric CO2 measurements. (ppt, 1.53Mb)

  • Authors: Philippe Peylin, Peter Rayner, Philippe Bousquet, Philippe Ciais, Philippe Heinrich, F. Hourdin
  • Model-Data Interaction and Network Design for Biogeochemical Research Advanced Study Institute, NCAR, Boulder, Colorado, USA, May 2002.

International Workshop on Greenhouse Gas Measurements from Space (IWGGMS) (ppt, 1.4Mb)

  • JAXA/EORC, Tokyo, Japan, May 2006

Human Dimensions top


Carbon Management in Cities: Gaps in Policy Discussions and Scientific Understanding (pdf, 327kb

  • Author: Dr. Shobhakar Dhakal, Global Carbon Project, Japan
  • UNFCCC COP-13 Side Event; Carbon Management in Cities: Gaps in Policy Discussions and Scientific Understanding, Nusa Dua, Bali, Indonesia

Importance of urban carbon management in the context of global carbon management (pdf, 128kb)

  • Author: Dr. Shobhakar Dhakal, Global Carbon Project, Japan
  • UNFCCC COP-13 Side Event; Carbon Management in Cities: Gaps in Policy Discussions and Scientific Understanding, Nusa Dua, Bali, Indonesia

Carbon emissions and mitigations: Lessons from cross-city analyses in Asia (pdf, 473kb)

  • Author: Professor Ram M. Shrestha, Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand
  • UNFCCC COP-13 Side Event; Carbon Management in Cities: Gaps in Policy Discussions and Scientific Understanding, Nusa Dua, Bali, Indonesia

Beyond emissions: Scientific challenges in understanding cities and climate change (pdf, 584kb)

  • Author: Dr. Richard Dawson, Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research, United Kingdom
  • UNFCCC COP-13 Side Event; Carbon Management in Cities: Gaps in Policy Discussions and Scientific Understanding, Nusa Dua, Bali, Indonesia

Challenges for city planners for carbon management and how science can help (pdf, 1.1Mb)

  • Author: Dr. Debra Roberts, EThekwini Municipality, South Africa
  • Regional Carbon Budgets: from methodologies to quantification, Beijing, China, 15-18th of November 2004

Coupling Carbon Processes and Economics (ppt, 5.8Mb)

  • Author: Michael Obersteiner
  • Regional Carbon Budgets: from methodologies to quantification, Beijing, China, 15-18th of November 2004

Science-Policy Interface. (ppt, 528Kb)


Russian Oil and Gas Sector in Transition: Implications for the Environment. (doc, 75Kb)

  • Author: Nina Poussenkova
  • IGBP-WCRP-IHDP Open Science Conference, July, Amsterdam, 2001.

Industrial Transformation - Exploring Systems Change in Production and Consumption. (ppt, 563Kb)

  • Author: Pier Vellinga
  • IGBP-WCRP-IHDP Open Science Conference, July, Amsterdam, 2001.

Carbon and the Science - Policy Nexus The Kyoto Challenge. (ppt, 781Kb)

  • Author: Robert Watson
  • IGBP-WCRP-IHDP Open Science Conference, July, Amsterdam, 2001.

Institutional Dimensions of Global Environmental Change (ppt, 1.92Mb)

  • Author: Oran Young
  • A Core Program of the International Human Dimensions Programme.
  • IGBP-WCRP-IHDP Open Science Conference, July, Amsterdam, 2001.

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