Tuesday, May 24, 2016

CarbonTracker 2013 released

CarbonTracker, an effort partially funded by the Climate Program Office, has released its latest version - CT2013.

CarbonTracker is a carbon dioxide 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.  

Users can download the code, carbon dioxide data, and the tool's carbon flux estimates to conduct their own analyses or to help improve the system. 

CT2013 is available now at http://carbontracker.noaa.gov.

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