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Miller-J-01 Project Profile   (updated 04-May-2016)
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Project Title:In Situ CO2-Based Evaluation of the Carbon Monitoring System Flux Product

Science Team
Members:

John Miller, NOAA Earth System Research Laboratory (Project Lead)
Sourish Basu, NOAA Earth System Research Laboratory

Project Duration: 2012 - 2014
Solicitation:NASA: Carbon Monitoring System (2011)
Abstract: The fundamental objective of the NASA Carbon Monitoring System (CMS) flux product is to derive surface CO2 fluxes using satellite-based column CO2 mole fractions. Although the CMS flux product has an existing evaluation strategy, it is limited in scope and has acknowledged shortcomings, especially with regard to tropical carbon fluxes. Here, we pro ... [more]
CMS:
  • Atmospheric Transport
  • Land-Atmosphere Flux

Participants:

Sourish Basu, NOAA Earth System Research Laboratory
John Miller, NOAA Earth System Research Laboratory

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Data
Products:
Product Title:  A comparative evaluation of observed CO2 fluxes and a posteriori modeled CO2 fluxes from a CMS Bowman-01 flux product.
Spatial Extent:  Global
Spatial Resolution:  Variable
Time Period:  2009-2011
Temporal Frequency:  Weekly to Monthly
Status:  In-Progress
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Publications: Alden, C. B., Miller, J. B., Gatti, L. V., Gloor, M. M., Guan, K., Michalak, A. M., van der Laan-Luijkx, I. T., Touma, D., Andrews, A., Basso, L. S., Correia, C. S. C., Domingues, L. G., Joiner, J., Krol, M. C., Lyapustin, A. I., Peters, W., Shiga, Y. P., Thoning, K., van der Velde, I. R., van Leeuwen, T. T., Yadav, V., Diffenbaugh, N. S. 2016. Regional atmospheric CO2inversion reveals seasonal and geographic differences in Amazon net biome exchange. Global Change Biology. 22(10), 3427-3443. DOI: 10.1111/gcb.13305


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