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Constraining the role of the Amazon in Global Greenhouse Gas Balance and Climate
ATTO
5/2017 - 6/2021
contact: Susan Trumbore, Jost Lavric, Christoph Gerbig
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Observation-based system for monitoring and verification of greenhouse gases
VERIFY
1/2018 - 12/2021
contact: Martin Jung, Christoph Gerbig
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Activities in VERIFY are targeted towards developing a pre-operational system to quantify greenhouse gas emissions (CO2, CH4, N2O) across the EU based on independent observations in support of inventories that rely only on statistical data. It integrates atmospheric measurements, improved emission inventories, ecosystem data, and satellite observations to estimate anthropogenic and natural GHG emissions and sinks, including their attribution to processes and sectors. The projects outputs help to deliver policy-relevant information to track progress of the EU mitigation efforts to meet the targets of the Paris Agreement on Climate.

Permafrost thaw and the changing arctic coast: science for socio-economic adaptation
NUNATARYUK
11/2017 - 10/2022
contact: Mathias Göckede
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Integrated Arctic Observation System
INTAROS
12/2016 - 11/2021
contact: Mathias Goeckede
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Inverse modeling of GHG fluxes using the CarboScope regional inversion system
ICOS-ERIC
4/2012 - 12/2025
contact: Christoph Gerbig



Modelling the effect of silcon and calcium avaibility on the future sustainability of Arctic permafrost carbon pools on laboratory and field experiments
CASPER
12/2018 - 11/2021
contact: Mathias Göckede



Prototype system for a Copernicus CO2 service
CoCO2
1/2021 - 12/2023
contact: Martin Jung

CoCO2 is a European project lead by ECMWF to build a monitoring and verification support capability for global emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2) related to human activities. The future anthropogenic CO2 emission monitoring and verification support capability will support action on climate change in line with the Paris Agreement. Key CoCO2 requirements are to distinguish emissions related to human activities from other sources of CO2 in the atmosphere; monitoring CO2 emissions from local to global scales; and providing uncertainty estimates.

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