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Aboveground biomass data measured after Siberian wildfires

Kolyma River Basin study area maps: (L) Cajander larch aboveground biomass; (R) burn scar perimeters from fires circa 1966-2007 (Berner et al., 2012).

Kolyma River Basin study area maps: (L) Cajander larch aboveground biomass; (R) burn scar perimeters from fires circa 1966-2007 (Berner et al., 2012).

A new dataset provides maps of aboveground biomass and burn perimeters for 116 forest fires in Siberia.

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Temperature and Humidity in an Urban Heat Island

Temperature readings (degrees C) from Logger1 located in the Rain Garden near Building 32 on the Goddard Space Flight Center campus in Greenbelt, MD.

Temperature readings (degrees C) from Logger1 located in the Rain Garden near Building 32 on the Goddard Space Flight Center campus in Greenbelt, MD.

A new data set records the air temperature and relative humidity around the Goddard Space Flight Center campus in suburban Maryland.

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Year-round greenhouse gas measurements from the CARVE tower, Alaska

Location of the CARVE tower (red) and 50% and 80% surface influence contours for the average WRF-STILT influence functions (from Karion et al 2016).

Location of the CARVE tower (red) and 50% and 80% surface influence contours for the average WRF-STILT influence functions (from Karion et al 2016).

A new data set investigates the atmospheric concentrations of CO2 and CH4 from 2012-2014 in boreal Alaska.

How much carbon do American forests hold?

Average annual committed net carbon flux (Mg C/yr) at the combined country scale (from Hagen et al.).

Average annual committed net carbon flux (Mg C/yr) from forests at the county scale (from Hagen et al.).

A new data set provides high-resolution maps of estimated carbon stocks of US forests for the years 2005-2010.

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Aboveground biomass from the Penobscot Experimental Forest

Predicted 2012 AGB (left) and associated 95% credible interval width (right) in Mg/ha for the PEF (from Babcock et al. 2016).

Predicted 2012 AGB (left) and associated 95% credible interval width (right) in Mg/ha for the PEF (from Babcock et al. 2016).

A new dataset provides estimates of aboveground biomass in Bradley, Maine.

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