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Research by 2015 Fellow Michael Rawlins (Department of Geosciences) on The Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide in Ecoystems of Northern Eurasia Catches Widespread Media Attention

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Dr. Michael Rawlins study "Assessment of model estimates on land-atmosphere Co2 exchange across Northern Eurasia" was published this week and has been featured in a number of articles and news sources.

Northern Forests Falter in Combating Climate Change (Scientific American)  

Climate Models Disagree on Strength of Carbon Land Sink Across Northern Eurasia (Phys.org) 

Models Underestimate Eurasian Carbon Sink Says Study (Reporting Climate Science.org)  

Climate Models Disagree on Strength of Carbon Land Sink Across Northern Eurasia (Eurasia Review)

Climate Models Disagree on Strength of Carbon Land Sink Across Northern Eurasia (Red Lake Nation News)

Advanced Climate Model Simulations Show Broad Disagreement in Annual CO2 Sequestration Amount in Northern Eurasia (AZO Clean Tech)

Climate Models Disagree on Strength of Carbon Land Sink Across Northern Eurasia (Science Daily)

Rätsel um Kohlendioxid der Arktis (Suddetsche Zeitung - the largest German national subscription daily newspaper)

Climate Scientists Too Pessimistic in Carbon Emission Predictions (The Australian)

Climate Models Disagree on Strength of Carbon Land Sink Across Northern Eurasia (Greenfield Recorder)

Climate models fail to model accurately – again: ‘decision makers [should] not rely on a single model for predicting what the future of the Arctic’ (WattsUpWithThat)

Climate models fail to model accurately- again: 'decision makers should not rely on a single model for predicitng what the future of the Arctic' (Dark Politics)

Will the Arctic Shift from a Carbon Sink to A Carbon Source? (The Conversation)

 

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