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Michael Keller, Ruth Varner, Jadson D. Dias, Hudson Silva, Patrick Crill, Raimundo Cosme de Oliveira Jr., and Gregory P. Asner

( Davidson et al. 2000 ). The soils of tropical forests are globally important sources of both N 2 O and NO ( Matson and Vitousek 1990 ; Davidson and Kingerlee 1997 ). Well-drained upland soils generally consume CH 4 from the atmosphere and soil moisture content regulates the flux through its control on the diffusion of CH 4 into the soil ( Crill 1991 ; Born et al. 1990 ). Tropical forest soils can change from a sink to a source of CH 4 depending upon soil moisture conditions and land use ( Keller

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Jeffrey T. Morisette, Louis Giglio, Ivan Csiszar, Alberto Setzer, Wilfrid Schroeder, Douglas Morton, and Christopher O. Justice

satellite-derived fire products to other fire-related LBA projects, including, but not limited to, Trace Gas and Aerosol Fluxes Project 3: Characterization of aerosol optical properties and solar flux for NASA’s LBA-Ecology program (LBA-ECO); Trace Gas and Aerosol Fluxes Project 10: Tropical biomass fires and tropospheric chemistry: chemistry and production of smoke in Brazil; Land Cover and Land Use Change Project 2: Land-cover/land-use change and carbon dynamics in an expanding frontier in western

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