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Entry ID: Geocommunicator
Abstract: The GeoCommunicator is a land management and land records community based
portal of the Geography Network focused on communication data, and activities
of interest to anyone involved in or interested in the management of lands
within the United States.
The GeoCommunicator is fully integrated with ESRI's Geography Network and
shares a common database. All data published through the Geography ... Network is
available through the GeoCommunicator, and vice versa.
The GeoCommunicator is a a one-stop-shop where people can go to:
1. Publish geographic data and activities they wish to share.
2. Communicate land-related information, requests, and activities.
3. Search and access geographic data, references, services, and activities.
4. Subscribe to a geographic area and receive notification of new or updated
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Quality No warranty is made as to the accuracy, reliability, and completeness of these
data for individual use or aggregate use with other data. Original data were
compiled from various sources. Spatial information may not meet National
Accuracy Standards. This information may be updated without notification.
For CO2 concentration and d13CO2 data from ages between 27 kyBP and 11 kyBP
Smith, H. J., Fischer, H., Mastroianni, D., Deck, B. and Wahlen, M.,
1999, Dual modes of the carbon cycle since the Last Glacial Maximum.
Nature 400, 248-250.
For CO2 concentration and d13CO2 data from ages between 10.6 kyBP and 1.3 kyBP:
Indermühle A., T.F. Stocker, F. Joos, H. Fischer, H.J. Smith, M. Wahlen,
B. Deck, D. Mastroianni, J. Tschumi, T. Blunier, R. Meyer, B. Stauffer,
1999, Holocene carbon-cycle dynamics based on CO2 trapped in ice at
Taylor Dome, Antarctica. Nature 398, 121-126.
Craig, H., Horibe, Y. & Sowers, T. Gravitational separation of gases
and isotopes in polar ice caps. Science, 242, 1675-1678 (1988).
Leuenberger, M. and Siegenthaler, U. (1988) Ice-age atmospheric
concentration of nitrous oxide from an Antarctic ice core. Nature 360,
Schwander, J. The Environmental Record in Glaciers and Ice Sheets,
eds. H. Oeschger and C. C. Langway, Jr., pp.53-67. John Wiley and Sons
Smith, H. J., Wahlen, M., Mastroianni, D. & Taylor, K. C. (1997) The
CO2 concentration of air trapped in GISP2 ice from the LGM-Holocene
transition. Geophys. Res. Lett. 24(1), 1-4.
Sowers, T. & Bender, M. Elemental and isotopic composition of occluded
O2 and N2 in polar ice. J. Geophys. Res. 94, 5137-5150 (1989).
Steig, E. J. et al. (1998) Synchronous climate changes in Antarctica
and the North Atlantic. Science 282(5386), 92-95.
Sucher, C. (1997) Trapped Gases in the Taylor Dome Ice Core:
Implications for East Antarctic Climate Change. Master's Thesis,
U. Rhode Island.
Wahlen, M., Allen, D. and Deck, B. (1991) Initial measurements of CO2
concentrations (1530 to 1940 AD) in air occluded in the GISP 2 ice
core from central Greenland. Geophys. Res. Lett. 18(8), 1457-1460.
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