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Global Carbon Monoxide (CO) Flux Estimates for 2001-2015


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Version: 1.0

This data set contains Global carbon monoxide (CO) flux estimates for 2001-2015 partitioned into biomass burning (BB), fossil fuel (FF) and biogenic (BG) sources. The estimates were created at JPL/Caltech by Anthony Bloom using a Metropolis-Hastings Markov Chain Monte Carlo (MCMC) algorithm (Bloom et al., 2015) applied to top-down CO fluxes obtained from inverse modeling using the GEOS-Chem (with adjoint) model and data from the Terra/MOPITT satellite (Jiang et al., 2017). The spatial resolution is 4.0 x 5.0 degrees lat/lon.

Examples of the use of this data are described in Worden, J., et al., 2017 and Worden, H. et al., 2019.

References:

Bloom, A. A., J. Worden, Z. Jiang, H. Worden, T. Kurosu, C. Frankenberg, D. Schimel, (2015), Remote sensing constraints on South America fire traits by Bayesian fusion of atmospheric and surface data, Geophysical Research Letters, doi:10.1002/2014GL062584

Jiang, Z., J. R. Worden, H. Worden, M. Deeter, D. B. A. Jones, A. F. Arellano, and D. K. Henze (2017), A 15-year record of CO emissions constrained by MOPITT CO observations, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 17(7), 4565–4583, doi:10.5194/acp-17-4565-2017.

Worden, J. R., A.A. Bloom, S. Pandey, Z. Jiang, H.M. Worden, T.W. Walker, S. Houweling, T. Röckmann, (2017), Reduced biomass burning emissions reconcile conflicting estimates of the post-2006 atmospheric methane budget, Nature Communications, 8:2227, doi:10.1038/s41467-017-02246-0.

Worden, H. M., Bloom, A. A., Worden, J. R., Jiang, Z., Marais, E., Stavrakou, T., Gaubert, B., and Lacey, F.: New Constraints on Biogenic Emissions using Satellite-Based Estimates of Carbon Monoxide Fluxes, Atmos. Chem. Phys. Discuss., doi:10.5194/acp-2019-377, in review, 2019.


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Temporal Range
2001-01-01 to 2015-12-31
Related Links
Remote‐sensing constraints on South America fire traits by Bayesian fusion of atmospheric and surface data - Bloom, A. A., Worden, J., Jiang, Z., Worden, H., Kurosu, T., Frankenberg, C., & Schimel, D. (2015). Geophysical Research Letters, 42(4), 1268-1274.
A 15-year record of CO emissions constrained by MOPITT CO observations - Jiang, Z., Worden, J. R., Worden, H., Deeter, M., Jones, D., Arellano, A. F., & Henze, D. K. (2017). Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (Online), 17(7).
Reduced biomass burning emissions reconcile conflicting estimates of the post-2006 atmospheric methane budget - Worden, J. R., Bloom, A. A., Pandey, S., Jiang, Z., Worden, H. M., Walker, T. W., ... & Röckmann, T. (2017). Nature communications, 8(1), 2227.
New constraints on biogenic emissions using satellite-based estimates of carbon monoxide fluxes - Worden, H. M., Bloom, A. A., Worden, J. R., Jiang, Z., Marais, E. A., Stavrakou, T., ... & Lacey, F. (2019). Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 19(21), 13569-13579.
GCMD Science Keywords
  • Atmosphere > Atmospheric Chemistry > Carbon And Hydrocarbon Compounds > Carbon Monoxide
Spatial Resolution
5.0 degrees
Support Contact
Helen Worden
UCAR/NCAR - Atmospheric Chemistry Observations and Modeling Laboratory
hmw@ucar.edu

Data Curator
DASH Repository Curator
UCAR/NCAR - DASH Repository
datahelp@ucar.edu

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Version History
1.0

Latitude Range
90° N to 90.0° S
Longitude Range
180.0° W to 180° E
Author
Bloom, A. Anthony
Jiang, Zhe
Worden, Helen
Publisher
UCAR/NCAR - DASH Repository

Suggested Citation
Bloom, A. Anthony, Jiang, Zhe, Worden, Helen. (2019). Global Carbon Monoxide (CO) Flux Estimates for 2001-2015. Version 1.0. UCAR/NCAR - DASH Repository. https://doi.org/10.26024/r1r2-6620. Accessed 16 Sep 2021.