CarbonTracker CT2019B

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CarbonTracker is a CO2 measurement and modeling system developed by NOAA to keep track of sources (emissions to the atmosphere) and sinks (removal from the atmosphere) of carbon dioxide around the world. CarbonTracker uses atmospheric CO2 observations from a host of collaborators and simulated atmospheric transport to estimate these surface fluxes of CO2. This release of CarbonTracker, CT2019B, provides global estimates of surface-atmosphere fluxes of CO2 from January 2000 through December 2018.
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