The data contain the daily-averaged atmospheric concentrations of CO2 tracers in the Northern Hemisphere simulated from a tagged tracer transport model GEOS-Chem v12.0.0. Thirteen land flux regions are defined and tagged in the model to separate their imprints on the long-term atmospheric CO2 seasonal amplification in Northern Hemisphere. A file describing the delineation of these land flux regions is also provided. See the README file for more details on the dataset and model configurations.
Lin, X., Rogers, B. M., Sweeney, C., Chevallier, F., Arshinov, M., Dlugokencky, E., Machida, T., Sasakawa, M., Tans, P., & Keppel-Aleks, G. (2020). Siberian and temperate ecosystems shape Northern Hemisphere atmospheric CO2 seasonal amplification. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 117(35), 21079–21087.
Files contain the atmospheric CO2 mole fraction responses to land flux type (HRcasa, HRcorpse, HRmimics) and land flux region (latband variable). Land flux regions are categorized as: Northern Hemisphere high latitudes (NHL; 61 to 90°N), midlatitudes (NML; 24 to 60°N), tropics (NT; 1 to 23°N), Southern Hemisphere tropics (ST; 0 to 23°S), and extratropics (SE; 24 to 90°S). See the README file for how these land flux region definitions relate to the file's latband variable. and To cite dataset: Basile, S., Lin, X., Keppel-Aleks, G. (2019). Simulated CO2 dataset using the atmospheric transport model GEOSChem v12.0.0: Response to regional land carbon fluxes [Data set]. University of Michigan - Deep Blue. https://doi.org/10.7302/xjzc-xy05