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Fung 1995

Fung, I., 1995: Perturbations to the biospheric carbon cycle: Uncertainties in the estimates. In Biotic Feedbacks in the Global Climate System: Will Warming Feed the Warming?. G. Woodwell and F. Mackenzie, Eds. Oxford University Press.

Renewed focus on the contemporary CO2 budget, especially on the partitioning of the anthropogenic CO2 sink between land and sea, has greatly expanded our understanding of both terrestrial and oceanic carbon dynamics. Nevertheless, many uncertainties remain about the processes that maintain the present-day carbon balance and about how those processes may change in the future. In this chapter, I briefly review estimates of biospheric carbon fluxes derived from atmospheric observations and models, as well as the processes that may be responsible.

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@inbook{fu02000x,
  author={Fung, I.},
  editor={Woodwell, G. and Mackenzie, F.},
  title={Perturbations to the biospheric carbon cycle: Uncertainties in the estimates},
  booktitle={Biotic Feedbacks in the Global Climate System: Will Warming Feed the Warming?},
  year={1995},
  publisher={Oxford University Press},
  address={New York, N.Y.},
}

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TY  - CHAP
ID  - fu02000x
AU  - Fung, I.
ED  - Woodwell, G.
ED  - Mackenzie, F.
PY  - 1995
TI  - Perturbations to the biospheric carbon cycle: Uncertainties in the estimates
BT  - Biotic Feedbacks in the Global Climate System: Will Warming Feed the Warming?
PB  - Oxford University Press
CY  - New York, N.Y.
ER  -

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