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Global Carbon Budget
The annual update of the Global Carbon Budget is possible thanks to many institutions, observation networks and modeling groups around the world.
All datasets and modeling output to complete the Global Carbon Budget 2019 are described in detail in Friedlingstein et al. (2019) https://doi.org/10.5194/essd-11-1783-2019.
All datasets contributing to the Global Carbon Budget 2019 have been integrated in to two Excel files, one for the global budget and one for national emissions. They are archived in ICOS: https://doi.org/10.18160/GCP-2019. Previous years can be found in The Global Carbon Budget Archive. 2018 and 2017 datasets are also stored at ICOS, and years before this at CDIAC.
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Summary Main Data Sources
|Atmospheric CO2 concentration|
|Fossil fuel emissions and Industry||Gilfillan D., Marland G., Boden T., and Andres R, 2019 (CDIAC), GCP-CICERO, UNFCCC, BP Statistical Review of World Energy (BP, 2017), US Geological Survey (USGS, 2017).|
|Consumption-based emissions||Glen Peters; Peters et al. 2012.|
|Land use change emissions||Houghton and Nassikas 2017; Hansis et al 2015, FRA 2015, and updates; Van der Werf GFED; Multiple Global Dynamic Vegetation Models, data and references in the ICOS Excel files (also above).|
|Ocean sink||Multiple biogeochemical and transport ocean models, and two observation-based estimates; data and references in the ICOS Excel files (also above), and ESSD paper.|
|Land sink||Multiple Global Dynamic Vegetation Models, data and references in the ICOS Excel files (also above), and ESSD paper.|