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Welcome to the NACP Coastal Carbon Interim Synthesis Wiki.  Anyone may read these pages; if you wish to write contributions, please contact the wiki administrator to obtain editing permission.


Invitation to the community:  Dear OCB Colleagues: In late June, the OCB Project Office sent out a call for participation in the Coastal Interim Synthesis Activity as part of the North American Carbon Program (NACP) Interim Synthesis Activities. The objective of this activity is to stimulate the synthesis and publication of recent observational and modeling results on carbon cycle fluxes and processes along the North American continental margin.  The current state of knowledge of the magnitude, spatial distribution, and inter-annual variability of carbon sources and sinks in coastal waters is incomplete.  Thus, the goal of this activity is to synthesize individual, small-scale studies across broader spatial and temporal scales to improve quantitative assessments of the North American coastal carbon cycle.  Because the coastal oceans have important and complex linkages with terrestrial, atmospheric, and open ocean biogeochemical cycles, we encourage the participation of researchers focused on both organic and inorganic carbon, as well as nitrogen and phosphorous cycle topics related to carbon balance and related issues such as hypoxia impacts on continental margins. [read more...]


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East Coast (including Gulf of Maine)

West Coast 

Gulf of Mexico 


Great Lakes


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