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Marc Bocquet

because of prior hypotheses and a global dispersion model, estimate carbon fluxes on the globe. This is the so-called top-down approach. However, until the arrival of carbon satellite data, the pointwise concentration and flux measurements are sparse on the globe, albeit very reliable. Their information content is insufficient to accommodate the global-scale high-resolution map of fluxes that the carbon community is hoping for. So, it was decided very early to split the world into a few areas, leading

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