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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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  • 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 Public Events 2nd State of the Carbon Cycle Report SOCCR 2 December 2015 AGU San Francisco sessions February 2016 Washington DC Public Forum 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 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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  • United States Carbon Cycle Science Program | An Interagency Partnership
    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 December 2015 New 2015 North American Carbon Program Meeting overview paper Integrating carbon cycle research into decision making processes Public Events 2nd State of the Carbon Cycle Report SOCCR 2 December 2015 AGU San Francisco sessions February 2016 Washington DC Public Forum See all News Opportunities Sensors deployed by USGS in West Twin Creek Alaska measuring dissolved organic carbon dissolved carbon dioxide temperature pH and electrical conductivity of carbon rich runoff at ice melt Photo credit Mark Dornblaser USGS USGS graduate students measuring soil carbon dioxide exchange with CO2 flux chambers at the Nome Creek Research Watershed Alaska Photo credit Kim Wickland USGS USGS Scientists measure colored dissolved organic matter CDOM and carbon dioxide emissions from West Twin Creek Alaska Photo credit Rob Striegl USGS Soil plug taken within a histosol deposit peat of the Koyukuk National Wildlife Refuge Peat is a high carbon accumulation of partially decayed vegetation and usually forms in wetland conditions where consistent flooding obstructs the flow of oxygen from the atmosphere which slows rates of decomposition Photo credit Zhilliang Zhu USGS An Indianapolis Flux project INFLUX tower The INFLUX ground based observation network includes 12 in situ tower based continuous measurements of CO2 CO CH4 and other measurements data products and modeling efforts INFLUX is funded by the National Institute of Standards and Technology NIST Photo credit N Miles CO2 measurement site in Round Lake MN as part of the NACP Mid Continental Intensive MCI a test bed for methodologies used to determine the carbon flux between land surfaces and the atmosphere to validate and compare regional carbon flux estimates derived from top down atmospheric budgets and bottom up ecosystem inventories Photo credit S Richardson Using carbon sensors scientists want to sample each Great Lake for evidence of acidification similar to monitoring taking place in the oceans Funding NOAA s OAP PMEL Photo credit NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory Carbon Group Researchers aboard NOAA ship Henry Bigelow collect water from a CTD rosette to analyze dissolved inorganic carbon and total alkalinity two parameters which are important in understanding ocean acidification Photo credit Jerry Prezioso Funding NOAA NEFSC AOML OAP Fourth NACP All Investigators Meeting Planning Committee including CCIWG members and staff from the U S Carbon Cycle Science Program Office and the NACP Office Quantifying the carbon content of fibric surface organic material located within the permafrost rich polygonal tundra landscape of the Yukon Kuskokwim Delta Alaska Photo credit Zhiliang Zhu CCIWG member from USGS See related publications here Members of the CCSSG NACP SSG and CCIWG at the first joint meeting of both SSGs in 2013 All SSG meetings are held biannually in Washington D C Road cut showing ice and carbon rich permafrost underlying soil at the Nome Creek Research

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