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Atmospheric CO2 and 13CO2 Exchange with the Terrestrial Biosphere and Oceans from 1978 to 2000: Observations and Carbon Cycle Implications

  • Charles D. Keeling
  • Stephen C. Piper
  • Robert B. Bacastow
  • Martin Wahlen
  • Timothy P. Whorf
  • Martin Heimann
  • Harro A. Meijer
Part of the Ecological Studies book series (ECOLSTUD, volume 177)

Keywords

Carbon Cycle Dissolve Inorganic Carbon Southern Oscillation Index Carbon Isotope Discrimination Terrestrial Biosphere 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Charles D. Keeling
  • Stephen C. Piper
  • Robert B. Bacastow
  • Martin Wahlen
  • Timothy P. Whorf
  • Martin Heimann
  • Harro A. Meijer

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