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  • Documents | United States Carbon Cycle Science Program
    Mexico USA Carbon Program JNACP Planning Meeting Materials Boulder CO January 22 26 2007 Data Management for the North American Carbon Program Workshop New Orleans LA January 25 27 2005 Workshop Report Remote Sensing in the North American Carbon Program Workshop Missoula MT August 20 21 2004 Workshop Report North American Carbon Program Workshop National Center for Atmospheric Research Boulder CO September 5 7 2001 Ocean Carbon and Climate Change OCCC Guiding Documents OCCC Scientific Steering Group Charter May 2005 Doney S C et al 2004 Ocean Carbon and Climate Change An Implementation Strategy for U S Ocean Carbon Research Report of the Carbon Cycle Science Ocean Interim Implementation Group for the U S Carbon Cycle Scientific Steering Group and Inter Agency Working Group Washington DC U S Carbon Cycle Science Program Other Materials Robbins L L P G Coble T D Clayton and W J Cai 2009 Ocean Carbon and Biogeochemistry Scoping Workshop on Terrestrial and Coastal Carbon Fluxes in the Gulf of Mexico St Petersburg FL May 6 8 2008 Open File Report 2009 1070 Benway H M and S C Doney 2008 Ocean Carbon Cycling and Climate Impacts on Marine Ecosystems EOS Trans American Geophys Union 89 47 472 Dickson A G et al eds 2007 Guide to best Practices for Ocean CO2 Measurements PICES Special Publication 3 191 pp website Metzl N et al 2007 Global Changes in Ocean Carbon Variability and Vulnerability Eos Trans AGU 88 28 287 Kleypas J A et al 2006 Impacts of Ocean Acidification on Coral Reefs and Other Marine Calcifiers A Guide for Future Fesearch Report of a Workshop Held 18 20 April 2005 Sponsored by NSF NOAA and the U S Geological Survey The Ocean Carbon System Recent Advances and Future Opportunities 2005 An Ocean Carbon and Climate Change OCCC Workshop August 1 4 2005 Workshop Report Ecological Determinants of Oceanic Carbon Cycling EDOCC A Framework for Research 2001 Report of a Workshop Held March 13 16 Timberline Lodge OR Website Ocean Carbon Transport Exchanges and Transformations OCTET Workshop Report website March 7 10 2000 Warrenton VA Back to top International Programs and Agreements Global Carbon Project Terms of Reference for the U S Affiliated Project Office Accepted August 22 2007 Hazyview South Africa CarboNA Statement of Common Interest and Intent to Work Together on Carbon Cycle Research in North America Approved June 13 2006 US Global Change Research Program USGCRP Scientific Assessments Our Changing Planet Other USGCRP Documents You may also wish to visit US Global Change Research Program Publications Scientific Assessments These are the products most relevant to the US Carbon Cycle Science Program For the full list of USGCRP scientific assessments please visit USGCRP Scientific Assessments Global Climate Change Impacts in the United States 2009 Entire Document Highlights Brochure 20 pp Companion Brochure 4 pp Scientific Assessment of the Effects of Global Change on the United States 2008 Entire Document Summary and Findings Synthesis and Assessment Product 2 1 Scenarios of Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Atmospheric

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  • Links | United States Carbon Cycle Science Program
    and Development Climate Change US Geological Survey USGS Global Change Research US Global Change Research Information Office GCRIO US Global Change Research Program USGCRP US Surface Ocean Lower Atmosphere Study US SOLAS Back to top Europe CarboEurope Cluster CarboEurope IP CarboOcean IP European Project on Ocean Acidification International Partnerships Analysis Integration and Modeling of the Earth System AIMES Builds on the foundation of Global Analysis Integration and Modelling GAIM Atmospheric Tracer Transport Model Intercomparison Project Transcom Climate Variability and Predictability CLIVAR Earth System Science Partnership FLUXNET Global Carbon Project GCP Project wide high level synthesis effort REgional Carbon Cycle Assessment and Processes RECCAP Global Climate Observation System GCOS Global Energy and Water Cycle Experiment GEWEX Integrated Global Carbon Observation IGCO Integrated Marine Biogeochemistry and Ecosystem Research IMBER International Geosphere Biosphere Programme IGBP International Human Dimensions Programme on Global Environmental Change IHDP International Ocean Carbon Coordination Project IOCCP Ocean Carbon Cycle Model Intercomparison Project OCMIP Surface Ocean Lower Atmosphere Study SOLAS United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change UNFCC World Climate Research Program WCRP Back to top By Discipline Carbon Cycle Boreal Ecosystem Atmosphere Study BOREAS Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center CDIAC CarboNA Carbon Mitigation Initiative CMI FLUXNET AmeriFlux Fluxnet Canada Free Air Carbon Dioxide Enrichment FACE Global Carbon Project GCP Integrated Global Carbon Observation IGCO National Aeronautics and Space Administration NASA Carbon Cycle and Ecosystems National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration NOAA Climate Program Office Global Carbon Cycle North American Carbon Program NACP State of the Carbon Cycle Report SOCCR Surface Ocean Lower Atmosphere Study SOLAS US Surface Ocean Lower Atmosphere Study US SOLAS Atmospheric Carbon Atmospheric Tracer Transport Model Intercomparison Project Transcom National Center for Atmospheric Research NCAR http www ncar ucar edu National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration NOAA Annual Greenhouse Gas Index AGGI Carbon Cycle Greenhouse Gases Group Carbon

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  • Carbon Cycle Science Databases and Tools | United States Carbon Cycle Science Program
    by the USDA NRCS Soil Science Division in 2010 with the following objectives 44 833 samples were collected from the upper 1 meter of 32 084 soil profiles at 6 017 randomly selected locations for measurement of organic and inorganic carbon by visible and near infrared VNIR spectroscopy and bulk density by traditional methods NRI sites were used as the basis for random selection of sample sites stratified by soil group within RaCA Region and land use land cover LULC within soil group Soil morphology and landscape characteristics were described at each site and limited vegetation and agricultural management information was collected from each location Sample collection and analysis involved more than 300 soil scientists and assistance from 24 universities Reference Soil Survey Staff Rapid Assessment of U S Soil Carbon RaCA project United States Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service Available online at http soils usda gov survey raca June 1 2013 FY2013 official release To develop statistically reliable quantitative estimates of amounts and distribution of carbon stocks for U S soils under various land covers and to the extent possible differing agricultural management To provide data to support model simulations of soil carbon change related to land use change agricultural management conservation practices and climate change To provide a scientifically and statistically defensible inventory of soil carbon stocks for the U S Back to top Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center CDIAC As the primary climate change data and information analysis center of the U S Department of Energy DOE includes the World Data Center for Atmospheric Trace Gases It data holdings comprise Records of the atmospheric concentrations of carbon dioxide and other radiatively active gases The role of the terrestrial biosphere and the oceans in the biogeochemical cycles of greenhouse gases Emissions of carbon dioxide from fossil fuel consumption and land use changes Long term climate trends The effects of elevated carbon dioxide on vegetation and The vulnerability of coastal areas to rising sea level CDIAC is located at DOE s Oak Ridge National Laboratory ORNL in Tennessee International Soil Carbon Network ISCN formerly the National Soil Carbon Network The International Soil Carbon Network ISCN is a scientific community devoted to the advancement of soil carbon research The Network coordinates independent soil research and monitoring efforts in the United States and internationally ISCN members contribute to a community driven soil carbon database and use available data to prepare scientific papers and large scale syntheses Overarching these goals is the need for a spatially explicit approach since measurements of soil C storage turnover and vulnerability all vary at spatial scales from several meters to thousands of kilometers as well as across different depths within an individual soil profile In addition to database development modeling and mapping the Network also facilitates topical workshops peer reviewed publication and presentations at professional conferences Database flier Overview flier NOAA Earth System Research Laboratory The Global Monitoring Division of NOAA Earth System Research Laboratory has measured carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases for

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  • Gallery of Carbon Cycle Science Research Sites, Activities and Technologies | United States Carbon Cycle Science Program
    bounds is essential for the evaluation of the effectiveness of mitigation strategies The current INFLUX ground based observation network includes twelve in situ tower base continuous measurements of a combination of CO 2 CO and CH 4 in addition to a suite of other measurements data products and modeling efforts INFLUX in funded by the National Insitute of Standards and Technology NIST See more information Photo credit N Miles Cavity Ring Down Spectroscopic Instrument Measuring Greenhouse Gases Cavity ring down spectroscopic instrument measuring greenhouse gases as part of the Indianapolis Flux project INFLUX INFLUX was designed to develop and evaluate methods for measurment and modeling of greenhouse gas fluxes in urban invironments Determination of these fluxes and their uncertainty bounds is essential for the evaluation of the effectiveness of mitigation strategies The current INFLUX ground based observation network includes twelve in situ tower based continuous measurements of a combination of CO 2 CO and CH 4 in addition to a suite of other measurements data products and modeling efforts INFLUX is funded by the National Institute of Standards and Technology NIST See more information Photo credit N Miles Measurement Site in Round Lake MN Measurement site in Round Lake MN at which CO2 was measured as part of the North American Carbon Program s Mid Continental Intensive MCI The MCI is a test bed for methodologies used to determine the carbon flux between land surfaces and the atmosphere More specifically the overarching goal is to validate and compare regional carbon flux extimates derived from top down atmospheric budgets and bottom up ecosystem inventories facilitation further evaluation and improvement of both approaches The Mid Continent Region includes Iowa and portions of surrounding states and is largely agricultural but has significant forest cover in the northern and southern portions of the region

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  • News and Opportunities | United States Carbon Cycle Science Program
    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 invites the public to provide

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  • Contact Us | United States Carbon Cycle Science Program
    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 Contact Us Contact Us Please use this form to contact the U S Carbon Cycle Science program Office Alternatively you may contact the Program Office Director directly To Select Program Office Director Webmaster Your name Your email Subject Message 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 06 28 2013 14 26 Contact Information Address 1800 G Street NW Suite 9100 Washington D C 20006 USA Phone Phone 202 223 6262 Directions View Google Map Nearest Metro Stops Farragut West Orange and Blue lines Farragut North Red line Nearest Airports National 4 5 miles Metro accessible Dulles 26 miles bus to Metro accessible Baltimore Washington 32 miles 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

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  • A Science Plan for Carbon Cycle Research in North American Coastal Waters | United States Carbon Cycle Science Program
    Cycle Research in North American Coastal Waters February 15 2016 Woods Hole MA A series of workshops and research activities were conducted over the past several years as a partner activity between the Ocean Carbon and Biogeochemistry OCB Program and the North American Carbon Program NACP to synthesize existing data and improve quantitative assessments of the North American carbon budget These activities have culminated into A Science Plan for Carbon Cycle Research in North American Coastal Waters which will be used by researchers and federal agencies in future planning efforts You can download the science plan at http www us ocb org publications CCARS Sci Plan FINAL pdf Funding from the NASA Ocean Biology and Biogeochemistry Program and NSF Chemical Oceanography made the activities that yielded this product possible Citation Benway H Alin S Boyer E Cai W J Coble P Cross J Friedrichs M Goñi M Griffith P Herrmann M Lohrenz S Mathis J McKinley G Najjar R Pilskaln C Siedlecki S Smith R 2016 A Science Plan for Carbon Cycle Research in North American Coastal Waters Report of the Coastal CARbon Synthesis CCARS community workshop August 19 21 2014 Ocean Carbon and Biogeochemistry Program and North American Carbon

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  • Workshop: Sustained Observations to Support Carbon Cycle Science and Management | United States Carbon Cycle Science Program
    and services to be derived from carbon cycle observations will be considered The workshop outcomes will inform the development of the CCIWG led 2 nd State of the Carbon Cycle Report SOCCR 2 a Sustained Assessment Product of the U S Global Change Research Program s U S National Climate Assessment Background Carbon cycle data records of sufficient quality density and duration are needed to provide information about drivers of natural and anthropogenic inter annual climate variability on timescales of decades to centuries The 2011 U S Carbon Cycle Science Plan Michalak et al 2011 highlights the critical role of sustained observations to collect such data Previously detailed research implementation plans followed the first U S Carbon Cycle Science Plan Sarmiento and Wofsy 1999 such as A Large Scale CO 2 Observing Plan In Situ Oceans and Atmosphere Bender et al 2002 the Ocean Carbon and Climate Change report Doney et al 2004 and the North American Carbon Program planning documents Wofsy and Harris 2002 Denning et al 2005 Updated plans are needed that reflect current research foci and recent technological advances This workshop and associated efforts will focus on sustained carbon observations An efficient and effective program of sustained observations will require careful coordination among the agencies The U S Global Change Research Program and the U S Carbon Cycle Science Program have already achieved significant interagency coordination in these area Additional targeted efforts to address gaps and enhance links between agencies will be explored during this workshop Expected Outcomes We aim to develop a succinct scientific report that describes sustained observational needs gaps and priorities for the next decade 2015 2025 The report will be made available in draft form for community review The report will help to inform the implementation of the U S National Plan for

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