Siberian sink: do more measurements matter in determining global carbon dioxide flux?

■ Natural Sciences / Siberian sink: do more measurements matter in determining global carbon dioxide flux? Using optimized data sets and incorporating more precise data points from the Japan-Russian Siberian Tall Tower Inland Observation Network for a better world picture. In the wake of the Paris Accords and growing international attention focused on climate change and associated science, accurate modelling of carbon dioxide fluxes are integral to research in a wide diversity of disciplines. In the recent article, “Impact of Siberian observations on the optimization of surface CO2 flux,” the authors examined mathematically optimized data sets that included observations from the Japan-Russian Siberian Tall Tower … Continue reading Siberian sink: do more measurements matter in determining global carbon dioxide flux?Read More →