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The global carbon cycle : integrating humans, climate, and the natural world /

edited by Christopher B. Field and Michael R. Raupach.

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Names: Field, Christopher B. | Raupach, M. R.
Published: Washington : Island Press, c2004.
Series: SCOPE report ; 62.
Topics: Atmospheric carbon dioxide. | Carbon cycle (Biogeochemistry) | Greenhouse gas mitigation. | Nature - Effect of human beings on.
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245 04|aThe global carbon cycle :|bintegrating humans, climate, and the natural world /|cedited by Christopher B. Field and Michael R. Raupach.
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300 |axxiv, 526 p. :|bill. (some col.), maps (some col.) ;|c24 cm.
490 1 |aSCOPE ;|v62
504 |aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
505 00|tThe global carbon cycle: integrating humans, climate, and the natural world /|rChristopher B. Field, Michael R. Raupach, Reynaldo Victoria --|tCurrent status and past trends of the global carbon cycle /|rChristopher L. Sabine, ...[et al.] --|tThe vulnerability of the carbon cycle in the 21st century: an assessment of carbon-climate-human interactions /|rNicolas Gruber, ...[et al.] --|tScenarios, targets, gaps, and costs /|rJae Edmonds, ...[et al.] --|tA portfolio of carbon management options /|rKen Caldeira, ...[et al.] --|tInteractions between CO₂ stabilization pathways and requirements for a sustainable earth system /|rMichael R. Raupach, ...[et al.] --|tA paleo-perspective on changes in atmospheric CO₂ and climate /|rFortunat Joos, I. Colin Prentice --|tSpatial and temporal distribution of sources and sinks of carbon dioxide /|rMartin Heimann, Christian Rödenbeck, Manuel Gloor --|tNon-CO₂ greenhouse gases . Ronald G. Prinn --|tClimate-carbon cycle interactions /|rPierre Friedlingstein --|tSocioeconomic driving forces of emissions scenarios /|rNebojsa Nakicenovic --|tNatural processes regulating the ocean uptake of CO₂ /|rCorinne Le Quéré, Nicolas Metzl --|tVariability and climate feedback mechanisms in ocean uptake of CO₂ /|rJeffery B. Greenblatt, Jorge L. Sarmiento --|tA primer on the terrestrial carbon cycle: what we don't know but should /|rJonathan A. Foley, Navin Ramankutty --|tGeographic and temporal variation of carbon exchange by ecosystems and their sensitivity to environmental perturbations /|rDennis Baldocchi, Riccardo Valentini --|tCurrent consequences of past actions: how to separate direct from indirect /|rGert-Jan Nabuurs --|tPathways of atmospheric CO₂ through fluvial systems /|rJeffrey E. Richey --|tExchanges of carbon in the coastal seas /|rChen-Tung Arthur Chen --|tPathways of regional development and the carbon cycle /|rPatricia Romero Lankao --|tSocial change and CO₂ stabilization: moving away from carbon cultures /|rLouis Lebel --|tCarbon transport through international commerce /|rJeff Tschirley, Géraud Servin --|tNear- and long-term climate change mitigation potential /|rJayant A. Sathaye --|tUnanticipated consequences: thinking about ancillary benefits and costs of greenhouse gas emissions mitigation /|rJae Edmonds --|tInternational policy framework on climate change: sinks in recent international agreements /|rMaria José Sanz, Ernst-Detlef Schulze, Riccardo Valentini --|tA multi-gas approach to climate policy /|rAlan S. Manne, Richard G. Richels --|tStorage of carbon dioxide by greening the oceans? /|rDorothee C.E. Bakker --|tDirect injection of CO₂ in the ocean /|rPeter Smith --|tAbatement of nitrous oxide, methane, and the other non-CO₂ greenhouse gases: the need for a systems approach /|rG. Philip Robertson.
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