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Reviews and syntheses 19 Jul 2017

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Reviews and syntheses: Systematic Earth observations for use in terrestrial carbon cycle data assimilation systems

Marko Scholze et al.
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This paper briefly reviews data assimilation techniques in carbon cycle data assimilation and the requirements of data assimilation systems on observations. We provide a non-exhaustive overview of current observations and their uncertainties for use in terrestrial carbon cycle data assimilation, focussing on relevant space-based observations.
This paper briefly reviews data assimilation techniques in carbon cycle data assimilation and...