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This Continental Atmospheric CO2 Consumption data set represents gridded estimates for the riverine export of carbon and of sediments based on empirical models. Data exist for the overall continental area at a spatial resolution of 0.5 degrees longitude by 0.5 degrees latitude. The units are tC/km2/yr for all carbon species, and t/km2/yr for sediment fluxes. There are two data files (*.zip) within this data set which describe the following: dissolved organic carbon (DOC) export, particulate organic carbon (POC) export, bicarbonate export, export of bicarbonate being of atmospheric origin (also called "atmospheric CO2 consumption by rock weathering"), and sediment export.     
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This data set contains 11 data granules
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    Fluxes of Bicarbonate Export (Atmospheric Origin) - 0.5-Degree bicarbonate export Projection: WGS 84
Spatial Extent: N: 90, S: -90, E: 180, W: -180
Start DateTime: 1986-01-01
End DateTime: 1995-12-31
Fluxes of  Bicarbonate Export (Atmospheric Origin) - 0.5-Degree
 
    Fluxes of Bicarbonate Export (Atmospheric and Lithological Origin) - 0.5-Degree bicarbonate export Projection: WGS 84
Spatial Extent: N: 90, S: -90, E: 180, W: -180
Start DateTime: 1986-01-01
End DateTime: 1995-12-31
Fluxes of Bicarbonate Export (Atmospheric and Lithological Origin) - 0.5-Degree
 
    Fluxes of Bicarbonate Export (Atmospheric and Lithological Origin) - One-Degree bicarbonate export Projection: WGS 84
Spatial Extent: N: 90, S: -90, E: 180, W: -180
Start DateTime: 1986-01-01
End DateTime: 1995-12-31
Fluxes of Bicarbonate Export (Atmospheric and Lithological Origin) - One-Degree
 
    Fluxes of Bicarbonate Export (Atmospheric Origin) - One-Degree bicarbonate export Projection: WGS 84
Spatial Extent: N: 90, S: -90, E: 180, W: -180
Start DateTime: 1986-01-01
End DateTime: 1995-12-31
Fluxes of Bicarbonate Export (Atmospheric Origin) - One-Degree
 
    Fluxes of Dissolved Organce Carbon Export - 0.5-Degree dissolved organic carbon export Projection: WGS 84
Spatial Extent: N: 90, S: -90, E: 180, W: -180
Start DateTime: 1986-01-01
End DateTime: 1995-12-31
Fluxes of Dissolved Organce Carbon Export - 0.5-Degree
 
    Fluxes of Dissolved Organic Carbon Export - One-Degree dissolved organic carbon export Projection: WGS 84
Spatial Extent: N: 90, S: -90, E: 180, W: -180
Start DateTime: 1986-01-01
End DateTime: 1995-12-31
Fluxes of Dissolved Organic Carbon Export - One-Degree
 
    Fluxes of Particulate Organic Carbon - 0.5-Degree particulate organic carbon Projection: WGS 84
Spatial Extent: N: 90, S: -90, E: 180, W: -180
Start DateTime: 1986-01-01
End DateTime: 1995-12-31
Fluxes of Particulate Organic Carbon - 0.5-Degree
 
    Fluxes of Particulate Organic Carbon - One-Degree particulate organic carbon Projection: WGS 84
Spatial Extent: N: 90, S: -90, E: 180, W: -180
Start DateTime: 1986-01-01
End DateTime: 1995-12-31
Fluxes of Particulate Organic Carbon - One-Degree
 
    Fluxes of Total Suspended Solids - 0.5-Degree total suspended solids Projection: WGS 84
Spatial Extent: N: 90, S: -90, E: 180, W: -180
Start DateTime: 1986-01-01
End DateTime: 1995-12-31
Fluxes of Total Suspended Solids - 0.5-Degree
 
    Fluxes of Total Suspended Solids - One-Degree total suspended solids Projection: WGS 84
Spatial Extent: N: 90, S: -90, E: 180, W: -180
Start DateTime: 1986-01-01
End DateTime: 1995-12-31
Fluxes of Total Suspended Solids - One-Degree