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Forest Carbon Stocks and Fluxes for Southeastern US

Data examples.

Maps of the number of years since the most recent disturbance, aboveground biomass, and net ecosystem productivity in the year 2010, for forests of the Southeastern USA.

A new Carbon Monitoring System dataset used a carbon cycle process model and historic data to estimate aboveground woody biomass and net ecosystem productivity over time.

Forest Carbon Across the Western USA

Above ground live tree carbon.

Annual estimates of aboveground live tree carbon (g/m2) as simulated with the Community Land Model (4.5) at 1/24-degree (4 km x 4 km) resolution.

The North American Carbon Program provides new, annual, estimated forest carbon budgets for the Western USA from 1979 to 2099.

Who uses NASA Earthdata? Dr. Lucy Hutyra does!

Dr. Lucy Hutyra

Dr. Lucy Hutyra, Associate Professor of Earth & Environment, Boston University, Boston, MA

Dr. Lucy Hutyra uses NASA data to study the cycling of carbon, especially in urban environments.

Uncertainty in Arctic Carbon Stocks and Fluxes

Uncertainty of carbon stock across the ABoVE domain.

Uncertainty in soil carbon stocks and gross primary productivity across the ABoVE domain.

Work from NASA's ABoVE compared model outputs to estimate the uncertainty in six components of the carbon cycle across Alaska and Canada.

Does Boreal Wildfire Release "Old" Carbon?

Radiocarbon concentration over time according to soil depth and stand age

Radiocarbon concentration (delta14C) in the atmosphere over time, showing the bomb peak in 1966 (red dotted line) and theoretical positions of delta14C of soil depth increments (points).

Researchers with NASA's ABoVE field campaign measured soil and forest stand age at burned sites in Canada's Northwest Territories.

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