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  • Because it is an important regulator of terrestrial carbon cycling in North America, extensive research on natural and human disturbances has been carried out as part of the North American Carbon Program and the CarboNA project. A synthesis of various components of this research was carried out, and the results are presented in the papers contained in this special section. While the synthesis primarily focused on the impacts of fire, insects/disease, and harvesting on terrestrial carbon cycling in forests, several groups focused on impacts of disturbance on woody encroachment in western U. S. dry lands and on soil carbon present in northern high-latitude regions. Here, we present a summary of the results from these papers, along with the findings and recommendations from the disturbance synthesis. Citation: Kasischke, E. S., B. D. Amiro, N. N. Barger, N. H. F. French, S. J. Goetz, G. Grosse, M. E. Harmon, J. A. Hicke, S. Liu, and J. G. Masek (2013), Impacts of disturbance on the terrestrial carbon budget of North America, J. Geophys. Res. Biogeosci., 118, 303-316, doi:10.1002/jgrg.20027.
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  • Kasischke, E., Masek, J., Amiro, B., Barger, N., French, N., Goetz, S., . . . Liu, S. (2013). Impacts of disturbance on the terrestrial carbon budget of north america. Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences, 118(1), 303-316. doi:10.1002/jgrg.20027
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  • The authors thank the U.S. Geological Survey for providing travel support for attendees of a disturbance synthesis workshop, held in Reston, Virginia, 28–30 October 2009. N.H.F.F. was supported by NASA Carbon Cycle Science Program grant NNX08AK69G and NASA Applied Science Program grant NNX09AP53G. S.J.G. acknowledges support from NOAA Global Carbon Cycle Program grant NA08OAR4310526, NASA Carbon Cycle and Ecosystems Program grant NNX08AG13G, and NSF Seasonality grant 0902056. G.G. was supported by NSF grant OPP-0732735 and NASA grant NNX08AJ37. J.A.H. was supported by the USGS Western Mountain Initiative, U.S.F.S. Western Wildland Environmental Threat Assessment Center, National Institute for Climate Change Research (Department of Energy), and the University of Idaho NSF EPSCoR grant. E.S.K. was supported by NASA Carbon Cycle Science Program grant NNX08AI79G. J.G.M. was supported by NASA’s Terrestrial Ecology Program.
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