This report summarises the discussions and recommendations of a workshop held in 2001, within the framework of the Terrestrial Carbon Observation (TCO) initiative. This workshop focused on the development of a systematic and collaborative approach to improving qin situq or ground-based carbon data availability. The benefits of improved qin situq terrestrial carbon observation will mean that countries can make more informed decisions related to the sustainable use and management of land resources.At least in the Cape Grim programme, the original air reference high-pressure cylinder standards are still available and their assigned ... and 81;iC, but also CO, CH2, and H2, provides empirical evidence that perhaps half of the CO2 IAV is the result of biomass burning? ... to improve the atmospheric composition measurements currently employed, including the multi-species approach illustrated above.
|Title||:||Terrestrial Carbon Observation|
|Author||:||Josef Cihlar, Martin Heimann, Richard K. Olson|
|Publisher||:||Food & Agriculture Org. - 2002-01-01|