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The North American Carbon Program (NACP)
Overview
[NACP Logo] The North American Carbon Program (NACP) is a multidisciplinary research program designed to obtain scientific understanding of carbon sources and sinks of Carbon Dioxide (CO2), Methane (CH4), and Carbon Monoxide (CO) in North America and in adjacent ocean regions. Successful execution of the NACP will require an unprecedented level of coordination among observational, experimental, and modeling efforts regarding terrestrial, oceanic, atmospheric, and human components. NACP will rely upon a rich and diverse array of existing observational networks, monitoring sites, and experimental field studies in North America and its adjacent oceans.

The ORNL DAAC is in the process of archiving NACP data products in the following categories:
  • Mid-continent Intensive
  • Regional Interim Synthesis
  • Site-level Interim Synthesis
  • LiDAR Campaigns
  • Regional
  • Multi-scale Synthesis and Terrestrial Intercomparison Project (MsTMIP)
NACP Resources
The following NACP resources are available: