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  • News and Opportunities | United States Carbon Cycle Science Program
    American Carbon Program Scientific Steering Group Meeting U S based carbon cycle scientists conducting research across North America met with the the CCIWG 2013 December 2013 AGU Town Hall on Evolving U S Prioritization of Carbon Cycle Science Gary Geernaert DOE CCIWG members and Gyami Shrestha U S Carbon Program Office discussed and received feedback on U S November 2013 EOS article on August 2013 Carbon Climate Uncertainties and ESM Workshop The workshop outcomes focused on carbon cycle representation in Earth System Models ESMs of climate change Global Carbon Budget 2013 and new Global Carbon Atlas launched today An online interactive platform to deliver carbon information for educators broader public policy makers NGOs corporate community involved in climate change discussions and the research community Join our December town hall at the American Geophysical Union Meeting in San Francisco The CCIWG will address the federal carbon cycle research prioritization process soliciting queries implementation ideas from the global carbon cycle science community Carbon Cycle Science Side event at the COP 19 Climate Change Talks in Warsaw The most recent developments in major internationally coordinated carbon cycle science research activities involving the U S Executive Order 13653 Preparing the U S for the Impacts of Climate Change Agencies shall where possible focus on program and policy adjustments that promote the dual goals of greater climate resilience and carbon sequestration October 2013 Completion of Workshop on Human Carbon Interactions in Urban Systems The CCIWG sponsored the first attempt at building and socializing an interdisciplinary research community of social and natural scientists in urban carbon human interactions Japanese translation of US Carbon Cycle Science Plan sections Supported by the Environment Research and Technology Development Fund of the Ministry of the Environment Japan Second Ocean Acidification Principal Investigators Meeting Nearly two hundred members of the ocean

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  • News and Opportunities | United States Carbon Cycle Science Program
    in the Global Carbon Cycle workshop Videos and slides are now available 27th Biannual CCSSG Meeting The Carbon Cycle Scientific Steering Group met the CCIWG July 2013 OMB OSTP Memo on Science and Technology Priorities for the FY 2015 Budget The U S Administration s S T Priorities for the FY15 Budget and multi agency activities August 2013 Workshop on Key Uncertainties in the Global Carbon Cycle The US Carbon Cycle Program is co sponsoring this workshop with US CLIVAR OCB June 2013 President Obama s Climate Action Plan Released The Plan highlights a plethora of carbon science community relevant actions US CLIVAR DRAFT Science Plan Release Provide comments on the new DRAFT U S Climate Variability and Predictability Plan October 2013 Workshop on Human Carbon Interactions in Urban Systems This US Carbon Cycle Science Program sponsored workshop will be held at NCAR May 2013 CCIWG Retreat The CCIWG met for an all day strategic review and planning meeting EOS Article on the 4th Biennial NACP All Investigators Meeting Know their Truth Read more about the major outcomes of the 4th NACP All Investigators meeting April 2013 Global Carbon Project meeting at IIASA The U S Carbon Cycle Science Program

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  • News and Opportunities | United States Carbon Cycle Science Program
    April 2013 CCIWG meets with scientific steering groups The historically first joint meeting of the CCSSG and the NACP SSG with the CCIWG February 2013 NASA ROSES Solicitation Released on February 14 2013 NASA Carbon Cycle Science Solicitation produced in collaboration with members of the Carbon Cycle Interagency Working Group CCIWG has been released 4th North American Carbon Program NACP All Investigators Meeting The Carbon Cycle Science Interagency Working Group CCIWG and the U S Carbon Cycle Science Program Office staff from USGCRP Gyami Shrestha January 2013 The DRAFT 2013 U S National Climate Assessment is Released The DRAFT 2013 U S National Climate Assessment has been released Most chapters if not all such as the ones on mitigation land use change 2012 December 2012 AGU Town Hall A U S Carbon Cycle Science Plan 2011 Federal Agencies Respond During this town hall the lead authors of A U S Carbon Cycle Science Plan 2011 will address the research priorities identified within this community document AGU Town Hall The Carbon Cycle Science Program successfully organized a Town Hall at the Fall 2012 American Geophysical Union AGU meeting December 3 7 2012 Special ESA issue on Biogenic greenhouse gases in North American terrestrial ecosystems A special open access issue of the Ecological Society of America s Frontiers in Ecology on Biogenic greenhouse gases in North American terrestrial ecosystems was released June 2012 NASA Carbon Monitoring Research solicitation selections NASA Carbon Monitoring Research solicitation selections 4th North American Carbon Program NACP All Investigators Meeting Announcement Call for Abstracts and Breakout Session Proposals for the 4th North American Carbon Program NACP All Investigators Meeting 4 7 February 2013 Albuquerque NM NOAA Climate Program Office FY 2013 Funding Opportunity NOAA Climate Program Office FY 2013 Funding Opportunity including Atmospheric Chemistry Carbon Cycle and Climate

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  • News and Opportunities | United States Carbon Cycle Science Program
    Home News Opportunities News and Opportunities Unless otherwise noted all news pieces were written by Gyami Shrestha 2011 October 2011 U S Scientists Call for Integrated Study of Carbon Cycle The carbon cycle science community in the United States has just finished its planning process for carbon cycle research for the upcoming decade Pages first previous 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Additional Opportunities Funding Announcements Jobs

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  • News and Opportunities | United States Carbon Cycle Science Program
    Carbon Cycle Research in North American Coastal Waters to synthesize existing data and improve quantitative assessments of the North American carbon budget Workshop Sustained Observations to Support Carbon Cycle Science and Management With the aim of describing sustained observational capabilities required to fulfill the objectives of the 2011 U S Carbon Cycle Science Plan along with an assessment of current and planned capabilities for the period 2016 2025 Federal Register Notice 2nd State of the Carbon Cycle Report SOCCR 2 Submit author nominations technical input and comments on the draft prospectus January 2016 Global Science and Data Network for Coastal Blue Carbon Workshop completed 47 participants from 12 countries participated in this 2 5 day workshop sponsored by the U S Carbon Cycle Science Program and the Commission for Environmental Cooperation Register for the February 2 2016 Public Forum on the 2nd State of the Carbon Cycle Report This 1 day public forum will present an opportunity for interested parties and stakeholders to provide individual input on proposed SOCCR 2 themes 2015 December 2015 New 2015 North American Carbon Program Meeting overview paper Integrating carbon cycle research into decision making processes Paper Managing the carbon cycle requires strong science Comprehensive plans that include both short and long term interdisciplinary strategies for the carbon cycle science needed to support climate policy already exist Public Events 2nd State of the Carbon Cycle Report SOCCR 2 December 2015 AGU San Francisco sessions February 2016 Washington DC Public Forum Global Carbon Budget 2015 Release data tools videos links papers CO2 emissions from fossil fuels and industry grew 0 6 in 2014 and are projected to decline by 0 6 1 6 to 0 5 in 2015 November 2015 Draft Update to the 2012 2021 USGCRP Strategic Plan public review period This public comment period

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  • Workshop Announcement: 'Global Science and Data Network for Coastal Blue Carbon' | United States Carbon Cycle Science Program
    and future needs of decision makers carbon accounting and coastal management Identifying priority research needs and geographies Providing a mechanism for collecting and providing a coastal carbon and GHG data archive for use by the science community coastal practitioners and other data users Building the capacity of coastal carbon stakeholders globally to collect and interpret high quality coastal carbon science and data The coastal ecosystems of mangroves tidal marshes and seagrass meadows provide numerous benefits and services that are essential for supporting communities and species along the world s coasts as they adapt to climate change Additionally these vegetated ecosystems sequester and store significant amounts of coastal blue carbon from the atmosphere and ocean and hence are now recognized for their role in mitigating climate change Despite their importance coastal blue carbon ecosystems are some of the most threatened ecosystems on Earth with an average global loss rate of up to 2 per year Designing and implementing effective plans conservation and restoration projects that can leverage the importance of coastal ecosystems for climate change mitigation will require access to high quality data Currently a widely accessible database of quality controlled coastal carbon data does not exist Governments and organizations especially those in less developed countries are therefore at a severe disadvantage as they attempt to integrate coastal ecosystems in national carbon accounting integrate coastal ecosystems in climate mitigation policy and develop coastal conservation and sustainable management projects based on carbon value This proposed network will be conceptualized to be be distinct from other blue carbon efforts seeking to provide a foundation upon which the coastal carbon science conservation and management community will continue to build into the future It will increase the accuracy of and confidence in global estimates of carbon cycle processes fluxes and storage as well as GHG

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  • February 2 2016 Public Forum 2nd State Carbon Cycle Report Registration | United States Carbon Cycle Science Program
    Assessment Gallery News Opportunities Contact Us Search form Search You are here Home February 2 2016 Public Forum 2nd State Carbon Cycle Report Registration Title None Mr Ms Mrs Miss Dr Prof First name Last name Institution Affiliation Type of institution None University Research Institution Federal Government State Government Local Government Private Business sector Boundary organization non profit International Intergovernmental Other specify below Type of institution Other specify below Position Title Email Phone number Questions Comments about SOCCR 2 Street address City Zip code Participant list Your contact information provided to the U S Carbon Cycle Science Program Office at the USGCRP NCO on this form will be used for your registration for this meeting and other related communication purposes This will include compilation of a participant list which is often printed and or available online This information is not to be used by or shared with third parties for any other purposes whatsoever CAPTCHA This question is for testing whether you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions What code is in the image Enter the characters shown in the image This page last updated 01 07 2016 18 22 Privacy Contact US Search Login U

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  • Register for the February 2, 2016 Public Forum on the 2nd State of the Carbon Cycle Report | United States Carbon Cycle Science Program
    with global scale budgets and climate change impacts in managed and unmanaged systems Carbon stocks and fluxes in soils water including oceans vegetation aquatic terrestrial interfaces coastal estuaries wetlands human settlements agriculture forestry etc are included Relevant carbon management science perspectives and support tools for supporting decisions as addressed in and related to the White House Climate Action Plan 2013 US Carbon Cycle Science Plan 2011 and National Climate Assessment USGCRP 2012 2021 Strategic Plan and Global Change Research Act GCRA of 1990 will be included in this assessment In addition to identifying uncertainties rising opportunities for improving measurements and projections in the carbon cycle will also be identified Washington D C area February 2 2016 Public Forum The February 2 2016 1 day public forum will present an opportunity for interested parties and stakeholders to provide individual input on proposed SOCCR 2 themes The event will start at 9 am and wrap up by 5 pm This public forum will be convened in the auditorium at the NOAA Center for Weather Climate Prediction 5830 University Research Court College Park MD 20740 This event will involve an overview of the scope themes and organization of SOCCR 2 followed by topical breakout sessions aligned with the proposed notional themes of SOCCR 2 The agenda is available here A separate kick off preliminary contributors workshop will be convened at JGCRI on February 3 2016 For details please contact carbonreport usgcrp gov Participants must pre register for the February 2 SOCCR 2 Public Forum by submitting the form below This page last updated 02 01 2016 14 46 Registration Form Title None Mr Ms Mrs Miss Dr Prof First name Last name Institution Affiliation Type of institution None University Research Institution Federal Government State Government Local Government Private Business sector Boundary organization non

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