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These are questions that will need to be answered in the 21st century, and that have shaped my research agenda for the last ten years. In this chapter I will describe some of this work, but also take a wider perspective, examining the current state of our May 17, 2007 23:24 WSPC/SPI-B424 From Earthquakes to Global Warming Carbon in the Atmosphere ch02 27 understanding of the terrestrial carbon cycle, and how this understanding may improve over coming decades. 2. 1. The natural carbon cycle The major components of the natural global carbon cycle are illustrated in Fig.
Data from Marland (2001) and Houghton (pers. ). Figure derived from one in Malhi et al. (2002). 0 Fig. 3 An estimated carbon budget for the 1990s. The source from fossil fuels and deforestation is partially oﬀset by carbon uptake in oceans and land. All units are in Pg C year−1 . Details are discussed in the text. for the period 1990–1999. 4 Pg C year−1 for the 1990s (cement production accounts for only 2% of this total). The other main source is land use change, which encompasses deforestation, forest degradation, logging, reforestation and maturation of regrowing forests.
2004)] took the brave step of suggesting a direct link between the devastating eﬀects of the southern European heatwave in 2003 and human-made greenhouse gas emissions. Assuming our ability to link emissions and speciﬁc climate change impacts will increase, some of the world’s largest emitters of greenhouse gas may face a litigious and very costly future. In January 2004 Friends of the Earth (FOE) published a report on the ‘Climate footprint’ of perhaps the planet’s largest corporate emitter of greenhouse gas: Exxon [FOE (2004)].
Advances in Earth Science: From Earthquakes to Global Warming by P. R. Sammonds, J M T Thompson, J. M. T. Thompson