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World's Scientists To Seek Big Picture Of World's Carbon Budget
October 11, 1999
University Of Michigan
Seeing the complex picture of the world's carbon budget---where human activity releases greenhouse gases, and where the Earth's natural systems gobble them back up again is fraught with technical problems.
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