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Volume 14, issue 20 | Copyright

Special issue: Data assimilation in carbon/biogeochemical cycles: consistent...

Biogeosciences, 14, 4755-4766, 2017
https://doi.org/10.5194/bg-14-4755-2017
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Reviews and syntheses 25 Oct 2017

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Reviews and syntheses: guiding the evolution of the observing system for the carbon cycle through quantitative network design

Thomas Kaminski and Peter Julian Rayner
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Observations can reduce uncertainties in past, current, and predicted natural and anthropogenic CO2 fluxes. They provide independent information for verification of actions as requested by the Paris Agreement. Quantitative network design (QND) is an objective approach to optimise in situ networks and space missions to achieve an optimal use of the observational capabilities. We describe recent progress and advocate an integrated QND system that simultaneously evaluates multiple data streams.
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