GIS for Climate Change Bibliography, Part 2: Carbon Management

National Carbon Sequestration (NatCarb)

City of Irvine’s GHG GIS Protocol

The Plains CO2 Reduction Partnership Region

GIS Contributes to Groundbreaking Carbon Emissions Inventory

Predicting the Vegetation Distribution and Terrestrial Carbon-Fluxes Using MC1 Model

Generalized Contours of the Sauk Sequence for Characterization of Saline Aquifers for CO2 Sequestration

ESRI Commits to Clinton Global Initiative with Carbon Reduction Solution

New Zealand Enlists GIS to Monitor Greenhouse Gas

Enhanced Oil Recovery Revives Petroleum Fields and Reduces Greenhouse Gas Emissions

ESRI Commits to Guyana’s Low Carbon Development Strategy

Illinois Basin Coal GIS Datasets for Coal Bed Methane, Carbon Sequestration, and Coal Resource Studies

Measuring the Carbon Content of Forests: The Carbon Measurement Collaborative

Forestry Carbon Trading Opportunities Explored with GIS

Baselining CO2 Emissions of Las Vegas Residential Streets

Carbon Dioxide Sequestration Communications Supported by GIS

Carbonfootprinting on the CSUN Campus Using ArcGIS

Carbon Nation: Automated GIS Process is Creating a Snapshot of Biomass and Carbon in U.S. Forests

Web-GIS for Managing Agroforestry for Carbon Sequestration in East-Africa

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