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  • President's FY15 Science and Technology R&D Budget Released | United States Carbon Cycle Science Program
    Improves Our Understanding of and Response to Global Climate Change The 2015 Budget proposes approximately 2 5 billion for the U S Global Change Research Program USGCRP to support research to improve our ability to understand assess predict and respond to global climate change see Table 2 USGCRP investments support the President s Climate Action Plan Additional climate investments including 1 billion for a new Climate Resilience Fund are proposed in the Opportunity Growth and Security Initiative Sustains a World Leading Science and Research Enterprise To meet America s challenges including those related to the economy manufacturing health energy climate environment and national security the 2015 Budget calls for a Federal basic and applied research investment totaling 64 7 billion up 251 million or 0 4 percent compared to the 2014 enacted level The Budget includes 7 3 billion for the National Science Foundation NSF and 5 1 billion for the Department of Energy s DOE Office of Science Specific to NASA The Budget provides 1 8 billion for Earth Science to maintain progress toward important satellite missions support climate research and sustain vital space based Earth observations Specific to USDA R D in the U S Department of Agriculture USDA increases 29 million or 1 2 percent to 2 4 billion in the 2015 Budget to support research in areas important to American agriculture such as climate resilience and advanced genetics The Budget increases funding to 325 million for the Agriculture and Food Research Initiative AFRI the National Institute of Food and Agriculture s NIFA key competitive research program U S Global Change Research Program The 2015 Budget provides approximately 2 5 billion for the U S Global Change Research Program USGCRP The 2015 Budget supports the goals set forth in USGCRP s 2012 2021 strategic plan which include

    Original URL path: http://www.carboncyclescience.us/news/presidents-fy15-science-and-technology-rd-budget-released (2016-02-17)
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  • News and Opportunities | United States Carbon Cycle Science Program
    Program Solicitation NASA Terrestrial Ecology Program solicitation Welcome to New CCIWG Members Welcome to new CCIWG members Dr Siân Mooney and Dr Monika Kopacz Community Brainstorm with Carbon Program and Carbon Cycle Interagency Working Group U S Carbon Program Cycle organized the 24th biannual meeting of the Carbon Cycle Scientific Steering Group CCSSG at the NSF headquarters in Ballston Virginia in May 2012 Call for Abstracts and Breakout Session Proposals for the 4th North American Carbon Program NACP All Investigators Meeting Call for Abstracts and Breakout Session Proposals for the 4th North American Carbon Program All Investigators Meeting February 2013 Albuquerque NM has been released May 2012 Carbon Cycle Scientific Steering Group meeting 2012 The 2012 Carbon Cycle Science Steering Group CCSSG meeting will be held at the National Science Foundation in Balston Virginia on May 24 25 2012 April 2012 North American Carbon Program Scientific Steering Committee Meeting 2012 The US Carbon Cycle Science Program s North American Carbon Program NACP organized its annual Scientific Steering Group meeting in Washington D C from April 2012 Global Carbon Project Scientific Steering Group Meeting 2012 The USGCRP s US Carbon Cycle Science Program participated in the Global Carbon Project Scientific Steering Group GCP SSG Meeting in Marrakesh Morocco from April 13 15 2012 Department of Energy s Terrestrial Ecosystem Science Meeting Director of USGCRP s Carbon Science Program Office presented a talk on the Program at the DOE s Terrestrial Ecosystem Science TES Principal Investigators meeting March 2012 GCRP Pre Meeting Seminar Carbon Cycle Science Program organized the first GCRP Principals pre meeting Brown Bag seminar on a 2011 Carbon Cycle Science Plan at the USGCRP NCO 2011 October 2011 USGCRP 2012 2021 Draft Strategic Plan Open for Public Comment The USGCRP 2012 2021 Draft Strategic Plan is open for public

    Original URL path: http://www.carboncyclescience.us/news?page=9 (2016-02-17)
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  • North American Carbon Program Scientific Steering Group Meeting | United States Carbon Cycle Science Program
    of the North American Carbon Program NACP met on Tuesday Feb 18 2014 and Wednesday Feb 19 2014 The Social Cost of Carbon various new Arctic focus research areas CCIWG sponsored urban carbon initiatives carbon climate Multi scale synthesis and Terrestrial Model Intercomparison MsTMIP Project and various other USGCRP and CCIWG activities of interest to the broader North American carbon scientific community were discussed in addition to other items specific to the NACP NACP SSG and the U S Carbon Cycle Science Program A diverse set of short and mid term action items to improve the science communication and informing decisions aspect of North American scale carbon cycle research were brainstormed The NACP Program Office organized this meeting in collaboration with the NACP SSG co chairs CCIWG and Carbon Program Office at the USGCRP The NACP was established by the U S Carbon Cycle Science Program to investigate the magnitudes and distributions of North American carbon sources and sinks on seasonal to centennial time scales and the processes controlling their dynamics The NACP Scientific Steering Group NACP SSG established by the CCIWG provides leadership for the North American Carbon Program The NACP SSG interacts closely with the CCIWG the U

    Original URL path: http://www.carboncyclescience.us/news/NACP-SSG-Meeting-Feb-2014 (2016-02-17)
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  • AGU Town Hall on Evolving U.S. Prioritization of Carbon Cycle Science | United States Carbon Cycle Science Program
    Hall on Evolving U S Prioritization of Carbon Cycle Science December 9 2013 San Francisco California The U S Carbon Cycle Science Program organized a town hall on the U S Government s prioritization of Carbon Cycle Science at the 2013 American Geophysical Union Fall meeting on Monday December 9 2013 In addition to CCIWG members and Gyami Shrestha U S Carbon Program Office Gary Geernaert Director of DOE BER Climate and Environmental Sciences Division and SGCR Vice Chair also participated in the panel discussions The panel received valuable feedback from AGU members in attendance Aspects of the 2011 US Carbon Cycle Science Plan the 2012 2022 US Global Change Research Program Strategic Plan President Barack Obama s Climate Action Plan and other U S government wide documents and processes that help shape different current and evolving themes in federally funded US Carbon Cycle Science research were discussed by the panel Current and near term research funding foci were addressed with feedback from the audience that will be utilized for future CCIWG planning and activities Additional details on this event can be found here Materials pertinent to this town hall can be found as part of announcements posted here This

    Original URL path: http://www.carboncyclescience.us/news/agu-evolving-prioritization-carbon-cycle-science-Summary (2016-02-17)
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  • EOS article on August 2013 Carbon-Climate Uncertainties and ESM Workshop | United States Carbon Cycle Science Program
    for kids Documents Links Databases and Tools U S GHG Inventory CDIAC Global Carbon Budget International Soil C Network LandCarbon Surface Ocean CO2 Atlas US Soil Carbon Rapid Assessment Gallery News Opportunities Contact Us Search form Search You are here Home EOS article on August 2013 Carbon Climate Uncertainties and ESM Workshop November 26 2013 An article entitled Examining Uncertainties in Representations of the Carbon Cycle in Earth System Models Key Uncertainties in the Global Carbon Cycle Perspectives Across Terrestrial and Ocean Ecosystems Boulder Colorado 6 10 August 2013 was published in the American Geophysical Union s EOS Transactions in November 2013 The article summarizes and presents the major outcomes of the workshop that the U S Carbon Cycle Science Program CCIWG co sponsored in August 2013 Citation Thomas R Q G A McKinley and M C Long 2013 Examining Uncertainties in Representations of the Carbon Cycle in Earth System Models Eos Trans AGU 94 48 460 This page last updated 07 10 2014 15 07 Privacy Contact US Search Login U S Global Change Research Program usa gov North American Carbon Program NACP Ocean Carbon Biogeochemistry OCB Global Carbon Project GCP U S Carbon Cycle Science Program 1800 G

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  • Global Carbon Budget 2013 and new Global Carbon Atlas launched today | United States Carbon Cycle Science Program
    today November 21 2013 Today the Global Carbon Project released the Global Carbon Budget 2013 and the new Global Carbon Atlas an online interactive platform with distinctive tools to deliver carbon information to i educators and the broader public ii policy makers NGOs and the broad corporate community involved in climate change discussions and iii the research community Here is an excerpt describing the Atlas from the Future Earth website The new site invites visitors to explore display and download data and figures on carbon dioxide emissions from all sources cut any way they choose You can visualise changes over recent decades and investigate global regional and national comparisons As well as the emissions data displays there is an outreach section which offers past and future views of carbon emissions and human development and a researchers section which will include global and regional results from several different carbon cycle models The first Global Methane Budget by the Global Carbon Project was released earlier in September 2013 The U S Carbon Cycle Science Program Office is an affiliate office of the Global Carbon Project Gyami Shrestha from the U S Carbon Cycle Science Program Office serves as a member of the

    Original URL path: http://www.carboncyclescience.us/GlobalCarbonAtlas-GlobalCarbonBudget-2013 (2016-02-17)
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  • Join our December town hall at the American Geophysical Union Meeting in San Francisco! | United States Carbon Cycle Science Program
    our December town hall at the American Geophysical Union Meeting in San Francisco November 5 2013 San Francisco California Town Hall Title Evolving prioritization of carbon cycle science by the US Government Date Time Monday December 9 2013 from 6 15 PM to 7 15 PM Location 309 Moscone South Town Hall Abstract The Carbon Cycle Interagency Working Group CCIWG through its US Carbon Cycle Science Program develops prioritizes research themes coordinates activities based on emerging scientific advances community input USGCRP Strategic Plan goals evolving US science technology priorities This town hall will address this prioritization process soliciting queries implementation ideas from the global carbon cycle science community More details Program Managers from the CCIWG and the US Carbon Cycle Science Program Office Staff will incorporate aspects of the 2011 US Carbon Cycle Science Plan the 2012 2022 US Global Change Research Program Strategic Plan President Barack Obama s Climate Action Plan and other U S government wide documents and processes that help shape different current and evolving themes in federally funded US Carbon Cycle Science research We will also be addressing current and near term research funding foci and will seek questions and feedback from the audience This page

    Original URL path: http://www.carboncyclescience.us/news/AGU-FM-2013-CCIWG-TownHall (2016-02-17)
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  • Carbon Cycle Science Side event at the COP-19 Climate Change Talks in Warsaw! | United States Carbon Cycle Science Program
    in the United States Carbon Cycle Science side event Description Download the event FLYER here The US Carbon Cycle Science Program CCSP coordinates U S research on the global carbon cycle for credible predictions and improved scientific foundation for carbon management decisions and climate change The Program has enabled significant progress in carbon cycle science via the North American Carbon Program NACP the Ocean Carbon and Biogeochemistry Program OCB and other international partnerships The NACP initiative between Canada the US and Mexico CarboNA works toward greater cohesion across North America in carbon and greenhouse gas based mitigation strategies and coordinates research monitoring reporting and decision support in areas of common interest The OCB parallels these efforts for ocean carbon dynamics contributes to international research studies and works with the terrestrial community on synthesis activities on carbon in coastal areas CCSP also partners with the International Soil Carbon Network ISCN on research to curtail emissions This COP 19 side event will bring together prominent US Government level Carbon Cycle Scientists and Program Managers to inform COP 19 participants about the most recent developments in the above major internationally coordinated carbon cycle science research activities involving the United States Event date Monday Nov 11 2013 6 7 pm Warsaw time 12 1 pm EST Venue National Stadium in Warsaw Poland and online Live event broadcast via ht tp www ustream tv USCENTER Speakers and topics Tentative Please revisit this page for additional details Nancy Cavallaro USDA NIFA and Gyami Shrestha US Carbon Cycle Science Program the US Carbon Program CCIWG including Agricultural Carbon topics Carbon Cycle Interagency Working Group CCIWG US Carbon Program priorities CarboNA and International Soil Carbon Network ISCN connections to North American Carbon Program NACP and coastal Ocean Carbon and Biogeochemistry OCB Program Remote presentation Christopher Swanston USDA FS

    Original URL path: http://www.carboncyclescience.us/news/COP-19-CARBON-side-event-Warsaw (2016-02-17)
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